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Triple Daiquiri

Triple Daiquiri

Want to let your inner mixologist shine? Take a chance at creating this massive Cuban cocktail for a beach-themed fiesta, which is certain to leave everyone in awe. Sure, it requires effort, but after one gulp, you may want to create a whole round.

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Ingredients

  • 2 rum, split in 3 equal portions (we used Bacardi Rum)
  • 1/2 Ounce Meyers Rum
  • 1/4 Ounce Orange Curacao Liqueur
  • 2 Ounces Coco Lopez Cream of Coconut
  • 2 Ounces pineapple juice
  • 2 Ounces fresh mango, cut into cubes
  • 1 1/2 Ounce sweet and sour mix
  • 2 Ounces lime juice
  • 1 Ounce confectioners' sugar
  • 3 Ounces fresh strawberries
  • 1 small bunch red grapes
  • 1 orange wedge
  • 1 strawberry
  • 1 blackberry
  • 1 bamboo skewer
  • 1 drink umbrella

How To Make a Strawberry Daiquiri Three Different Ways

The strawberry daiquiri is one of those drink recipes that is synonymous with the Caribbean. This delicious and refreshing cocktail is served throughout the Caribbean islands, where it’s best enjoyed on one of the wonderful white sand beaches, with a beautiful sunset as your backdrop.

Whether you want to recreate the magic of a recent holiday, or you’re keen to get into the spirit of your upcoming all-inclusive trip, we bet you’ll love learning how to make a strawberry daiquiri at home.

As with any popular cocktail, there are plenty of different variations to choose from. So, the answer to the question of how to make strawberry daiquiris varies somewhat according to who you happen to ask, just as it does with the rum runner recipe. Why not try a few different strawberry daiquiri recipes to see which one you prefer? Here are a few of our favourites.


Frozen Mango Daiquiri Recipe

A regular mango daiquiri is undeniably refreshing, due in large part to its inclusion of fresh mangos and freshly squeezed lime juice. Thankfully, you only need five ingredients to craft this particular mango daiquiri, making it super easy to whip one up.

Ingredients

  • ½ mango, peeled, pitted and cut
  • 1½ ounces freshly squeezed lime juice
  • ½ ounce triple sec
  • 2 ounces white rum
  • ½ cup crushed ice

Instructions

  1. Chill a cocktail glass.
  2. In a blender, blend the mango chunks until pureed.
  3. Add lime juice, triple sec, white rum, and ice to the blender and blend until the ice has been fully blitzed.
  4. Pour into the prepared cocktail glass.

How To Make Frozen Peach Daiquiris

A quick whirl in your blender and the peach daiquiri is ready in no time. Simply:

  1. Blend. In a large blender add frozen peaches, lime juice, rum, Cointreau, honey and ice. Blend on high until smooth and creamy, about 30-60 seconds.
  2. Garnish and Enjoy! Serve in a large glass with a lime wedge and maraschino cherry.

Contents

  • What is Triple Sec
  • Recipes for Cocktail Drinks Made with Triple Sec
    • 1. Homemade Citrus-Margarita Recipe with Triple Sec
    • 2. Easy Triple Sec Mixed Cocktail with Whiskey
    • 3. Rum-and-Vodka Cosmopolitan Cranberry Cocktail
    • 4. Sweet Alcoholic Drink Using Triple Sec&Citrus Juice
    • 5. Triple SecBig-Christmas-Cocktail
    • 6. Fruit-based Triple Sec Screwdriver
    • 7. Hot and Cool Triple Sec French Café
    • 8. Simple Triple Sec Quick-Shots
    • 9. Sour & Spicy Triple Sec Cocktail
    • 10. Sangria Alcohol Punch with Triple Sec

    This drink is common among liqueur lovers of the world, and is used for making hundreds of popular cocktails, martinis, shooters, and so on. Here are a few of the ways to make them at home.


    Created circa 1915 by Constantino (Constante) Ribalaigua Vert at Floridita bar in Havana, Cuba.

    Dedicated Daiquiri cocktail information, including variants, history and best recipes is available in our Daiquiri cocktail area.

    Nutrition:

    There are approximately 165 calories in one serving of Daiquiri No.2.

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    Triple Daiquiri

    SHAKE all ingredients with ice and fine strain into chilled glass.

    1 shot Havana Club 3 Year Old rum
    1 &frasl2 shot Havana Club Especial
    1 &frasl6 shot Novo Fogo Silver cachaça
    1 &frasl2 shot Lime juice (freshly squeezed)
    2 spoon Powdered sugar (ground in mortar and pestle)
    4 drop Difford's Daiquiri Bitters

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    Taking Full Advantage of Peach Season

    We recommend using yellow peaches, as they are much more fragrant than white peaches. Yellow peaches are far more common in the US, but when we lived in China, we picked white peaches in the outskirts of Beijing where white peaches are common and yellow peaches are actually hard to find.

    If you can tell from our recent posts this summer, we love peach season! When ripe peaches start to turn up, we make Sarah whip up her Peach Pie . Though her recent Grilled Peach Crisps with Yogurt recipe is a strong new contender in our rotation.

    Kaitlin also posted a delicious Peach Cake that’s perfect to make on a Sunday night and enjoy during the week in the mornings with coffee or for a light dessert. We plan to make it again this weekend. For Sunday brunch, if we’re feeling really fancy, we make Peach Pancakes with Maple cream syrup , one of my personal favorite pancake creations that just makes you smile.

    As for Judy, she’s a minimalist, and likes fresh peaches in the morning for breakfast! Though I may have her hooked with these Virgin Frozen Peach Daiquiris too.

    The last weeks of summer calls for a special drink–enjoy!


    Triple Daiquiri

    SHAKE all ingredients with ice and fine strain into chilled glass.

    1 shot Havana Club 3 Year Old rum
    1 &frasl2 shot Havana Club Especial
    1 &frasl6 shot Novo Fogo Silver cachaça
    1 &frasl2 shot Suco fresco de Limão
    2 spoon Açúcar de confeiteiro
    4 drop Difford's Daiquiri Bitters

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    5 Classic Cocktails Where You Can Substitute Grand Mariner

    Practically any cocktail that calls for triple sec, orange liqueur, or curaçao can substitute Grand Mariner in a 1:1 substitution.

    1. Margarita

    The classic margarita calls for simple ingredients including fresh lime juice, triple sec (or agave nectar), and blanco tequila.

    2. Brandy and Orange Liqueur Cocktails

    There are a number of brandy and orange liqueur cocktails where Grand Marnier is a great type of orange liqueur to use. These include the Sidecar, Embassy, and Deauville among others.

    3. Kamikaze

    The Kamikaze is a classic sour, which is a traditional style of drink that mixes equal parts sweet and sour with two parts of strong (booze). While many sours use simple syrup as their sweet ingredient, you can also substitute a liqueur like Grand Marnier. The traditional Kamikaze recipe is basically a vodka version of the margarita, only it uses vodka in place of tequila. Grand Marnier can be used in the recipe as the triple sec or orange liqueur it calls for.

    4. Cosmopolitan

    Of course, the classic Cosmopolitan cocktail is another great use of Grand Marnier. It's one of the most popular cocktails of the modern era, thanks in part to its very visible presence on the series and movie, Sex in the City, where it gained widespread appeal as a girls' night out cocktail. Use Grand Mariner as your orange liqueur.

    5. Viper

    The Viper, which is a variation of the classic Snakebite cocktail, is another example of where you can use Grand Marnier as the orange liqueur called out in the recipe.


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