daiquiri

[ UK /de‍ɪkwˈi‍əɹi/ ]
[ US /ˈdækɝi/ ]
NOUN
  1. a cocktail made with rum and lime or lemon juice
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How To Use daiquiri In A Sentence

  • 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. Eric Alterman: Think Again: Wall Street Wins (and Whines)
  • There are three bars to sidle up to and pro circuit barmen who'll build you any cocktail fantasy from the daiquiri to the iced tea.
  • She plans parties, shops and has daiquiris with her girlfriends.
  • No matter what time of year you go to Cuba there will be music and wonderful cocktails - Cuba Libres, daiquiris and mojitos - based on the island's native rum.
  • For years it was run by the bar artist Constantino Ribalaigua Vert, and the daiquiri was his David. The Old Man and the Daiquiri
  • Maybe you are on vacation and you want a daiquiri or a piña colada, which is typically one of the most caloric drinks. The Skinnygirl Dish
  • And their white mixing rum, Blanco Añejo, makes the best daiquiri I've ever tasted. Tony Sachs: Yo-Ho-Ho And A Snifter Of Rum: Sipping Rums To Enjoy Without Paper Umbrellas
  • Eventually, Big Easy Blends intends to expand its product line to include beverages such as daiquiris and mojitos. CityBusiness Up to the Minute
  • No matter what time of year you go to Cuba there will be music and wonderful cocktails - Cuba Libres, daiquiris and mojitos - based on the island's native rum.
  • The grapefruit and white rum Hemingway daiquiri comes off as a rummy lemonade; the Greater Antilles mixes Goslings with a dry housemade ginger beer. Ed Levine: A Rye We Hope Will Improve With Age
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