Ideal for a hot summers day we have pulled together our recipe for a Strawberry Daiquiri cocktail. This simple drink uses fresh fruit, rum, lime and you’ll also need a blender (ingredients can be shaken if a blender isn’t available). The drink was supposedly invented by an American mining engineer, named Jennings Cox, who was in Cuba at the time of the Spanish–American War around 1902. We’ll if it was Jennings or someone else we are very grateful for whoever created this delicious drink.
To make the purée you will need fresh strawberries and caster sugar. We make ours with a ratio of 1:1 so, for example, 100g strawberries to 100g of caster sugar. Place these in a blender and blitz it for a few minutes and you are done!
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