Definition of daiquiri
: an alcoholic drink that is usually made of rum, crushed fruit or fruit juice, and sugar a frozen strawberry daiquiri
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After a long day of sunning, stop in the center of the village for a plate of ceviche and a strong maracuya (passionfruit) daiquiri.
Order yourself a daiquiri and kick back to this jam.
The sweet/sour contrast is similar to a daiquiri or a margarita.
Along with the citrus rations, sailors also received rations of rum or gin, which eventually were combined to form the foundation of two storied cocktails, the daiquiri and the gimlet.
There are also new popsicle takes on classic cocktails such as the caipirinha, pisco sour and daiquiri.
West Diversey Avenue Pro tip: Don't skip the banana daiquiri.
The seven, swirling frozen daiquiris come in both traditional and gourmet, fresh fruit flavors.
To make 1 daiquiri, combine rum, lime juice, and 1 oz. rhubarb simple syrup in a cocktail shaker.
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Origin and Etymology of daiquiri
First Known Use: 1920See Words from the same year
DAIQUIRI Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of daiquiri for English Language Learners
: an alcoholic drink that is usually made of rum, crushed fruit or fruit juice, and sugar
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