Subscribe to Tipsy Bartender: http://bit.ly/1krKA4R We took Laffy Taffy candies, soaked them in rum and then blended them into a daiquiri. This is the ultimate ...
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Simple daiquiri sorbet recipe with variations Pour the sugar syrup, rum, and lime juice into a shaker. Shake several times until chilled and fully combined. Pour the mixture into an ice cream maker or slush machine and churn until cold and slushy. Serve the Daiquiri sorbet in 2 sorbet glasses and [...]
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Black Friday Deals on Margarita Machines have been announced Freezes up to 32 ounces of your favorite slush drinks. Dispense consistently smooth frozen drinks using the easy-flow spout. Includes detachable cup rest and drip tray. Make fantastic frozen slush drinks, such as soda drinks, daiquiris, margaritas, and [...]
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On Bourbon Street, daiquiris are frozen booze bombs. But they can be so much more. No such restrictions exist for stumblers down Bourbon Street, where every other storefront seems to sell a variation of “daiquiri,” a face-punch of a slushy that is either the nadir of the daiquiri or its most honest zenith. The New Orleans daiquiri is [...]
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New Orleans' Best Summer Cocktails To Beat The Heat Summer is daiquiri weather, and Bourrée at Boucherie is home to the thinking woman's daiquiri. Where the traditional daiquiri shack pours them cloyingly sweet, and that works for many, Bourrée goes out on a more refined limb. This is smart slush to be [...]
ordered a daiquiri thinking it was strawberry slush... but it was not :(
Cannot wait for a strawberry daiquiri slush puppy with a shot of Malibu mixed in
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Oh, daiquiris—the very name conjures up images of MTV “Spring Break” and tacky souvenir glasses. But the drink’s rep is unfair—done right, the daiquiri is actually a classic sour cocktail, with roots that go back to turn-of-the-last century Cuba. Even Ernest Hemingway even had his own version (see below). Luckily, there are places out there serving well-crafted daiquiris in the classic tradition, and with modern twists—and July 19, aka National Daiquiri Day, is a great excuse to try...
It’s so cold, the best way to warm up is ... frozen drinks. The reverse psychology works even better if the cup you’re tipping back is filled with the signature sip of Mardi Gras, that New Orleans favorite known as a daiquiri. Originally created in Cuba as a simple rum cocktail served over ice, the daiquiri was adopted by Louisianans and turned into a sweet, boozy slushie that comes in multiple flavors and colors. Here’s where to find that liquid dessert with a kick around Philly.The...
At Arnaud’s French 75 on a blisteringly hot August afternoon, bartender Chris Hannah sets a daiquiri on a white cocktail napkin atop the dark-wood bar, creating a tiny, cool oasis. Slivers of ice float on the surface of the drink, which contains only Hannah’s meticulously double-strained syrup made of fresh strawberries, lime, and agave to sweeten the gentle kick of El Dorado rum.Eliot Kamenitz/The Times-PicayuneBartender Chris Hannah pours a fresh lime daiquiri at Arnaud's French 75 Bar,...