American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. An iced cocktail of rum, lime or lemon juice, and sugar.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. an alcoholic beverage containing rum and lime or lemon juice, usually mixed with a fruit juice or fruit extract and often blended with crushed ice.
- n. a cocktail made with rum and lime or lemon juice
- After Daiquirí, a village of eastern Cuba. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“What keeps me out of the conversation, nursing this daiquiri, is less the gossip than the topic.”
“For years it was run by the bar artist Constantino Ribalaigua Vert, and the daiquiri was his David.”
“When "daiquiri" is called, reach over your partner's arm to the arm of the next girl, but don't go anywhere yet!”
“And their white mixing rum, Blanco Añejo, makes the best daiquiri I've ever tasted.”
“And their white mixing rum, Blanco AÃ±ejo, makes the best daiquiri I've ever tasted.”
“A friend of mine said of a DonQ daiquiri, "This is the happiest daiquiri I've ever had.”
“Well, it's time to reclaim the daiquiri, and it's time to bring white rum out of the shadows.”
“Sensational just about any way you want to serve it, and absolutely superb in a daiquiri.”
“In the end, though, my quibble is a minor one -- this rum does a daiquiri justice and then some.”
“Stick it in a daiquiri and the lime juice and sugar will mask some, but not all, of the harshness.”
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