A Daiquiri riff that adds a few dashes of absinthe to the classic spec.
A frozen classic also known as the Hemingway Daiquiri, after the writer who ordered it in Havana.
The classic cuban Daiquiri served at Cafe La Trova made with white sugar—not simple syrup.
A pre-tiki cocktail from the 19th century, reinvented for the modern drinker.
A Japanese-tropical take on the Miami Vice.
Prickly pear adds electricity to the sour template.
Paying tribute to the Cuban original, this drink hews closely to the classic blended recipe.
A bitter take on the classic Miami Vice.
The Daiquiri gets perfumed with tropical pandan.
Papaya salad cordial brings a slight umami note to this Daiquiri rendition.
This is the future of bartending.