- n. Plural form of daiquiri.
“Serving up the daiquiris was a staff so established it has become practically proverbial.”
“White rum — which Bacardi and others made popular for mixing into drinks such as daiquiris (rum, lime juice, and sugar; named for a beach town near Santiago, Cuba), mai tais (rum, curaçao, lime juice, sugar syrup, and orgeat), and of course rum and Coke — is generally considered of lower rank.”
“Eventually, Big Easy Blends intends to expand its product line to include beverages such as daiquiris and mojitos.”
“In fact, as a general rule, avoid drinks made with soda or juice, and limit frozen drinks, like piña coladas and daiquiris, to vacation only.”
“An intimate, art deco space, with a polished mahogany counter and wood-panelled walls, offers visitors with sophisticated tastes an elegant, cool ambience in which to savour whisky sours, white Russians, black Russians, daiquiris and gimlets PI Philip Marlowe's favoured tipple.”
“After the federal government committed $85 billion to bail out the insurance behemoth, AIG, its executives headed for a weeklong retreat at a luxury resort and spa, paying nearly half a million taxpayer-supplied dollars for a week of rubdowns and daiquiris.”
“Lime sugar is delicious for rimming glasses for daiquiris, mojitos and other cocktails.”
“No matter how many wooden toys and great books you're raised them with they'll always vote for the resort that serves frozen strawberry daiquiris at the floating pool bar over the edge of the world.”
“My wife would be coming out about now with another one of these wonderful daiquiris Mrs. Donovan mixes.”
“This isn't an "easy" rum; it's sophisticated, complex, and wonderful, both for daiquiris and for sipping.”
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