Trust Cuba to create two classic summer cocktails: the Mojito and the Daiquiri. Both involve rum, simple syrup and lime -- so what exactly is the difference? A Mojito is muddled with mint and served in a highball and a Daiquiri, my latest summer obsession!, is served in a cocktail glass and only requires muddling with the addition of fresh fruit - yum!
The classic Cuban cocktail.
Seen above, no blending here! This ultra refreshing summer cocktail features tasty fresh fruit.
The Black Daiquiri
The daiquiri gets an exotic makeover featuring flavors like tamarind and garam masala.
This cocktail recipe (from 1987) combines two rum-based cocktails: the pina colada and the daiquiri.
Frozen Peach Daiquiri
The modern interpretation of a daiquiri - blended with ice, and totally delicious.
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