Tastes: Spirits: A Lesson in Liqueurs

Jack Bettridge
Issue: June 15, 2008

If any cocktail proves the culinary notion that products born together pair best, it is the daiquiri. Its components (excepting ice, of course) are gifts of the tropics: lime, sugar and rum. And ice treatment—straight up or frozen—is the crux of debate in what otherwise is a simple drink.

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