Fancy having a go at making this classic cocktail? Grab a Martini glass and our handy recipe card and you’re half-way there…
Cuba. It’s famous for Fidel Castro, chunky cigars, and Caribbean beaches. And, of course, the daiquiri. Along with the mojito, this classic rum cocktail – a simple mixture of lime, sugar and rum – forms part of any bartender’s repertoire. Including, of course, the expert bar managers onboard Thomson Cruises’ ships. They’ve pulled together the recipe below for your enjoyment…
Did you know? Thomson Dream calls at Havana on its Cuban Fusion and Transatlantic Sunset itineraries, so you can sample this tipple in Cuba’s capital city.
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Published: June 25, 2014
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