Sippin’ Daiquiris in the Sun

At the height of summer, the lure of drinking cocktails in the sun can be overwhelming! When temperatures reach their peak, we think the daiquiri is the perfect choice, especially when frozen, helping to keep you cool and hydrated. The following recipes are all simple to make and delicious to drink, with a core ingredients list of rum and lime juice!

Traditional Frozen Daiquiri

If you want to keep things really simple, turn your traditional daiquiri into a frozen one and keep those sweat beads at bay! Made with lime juice, rum and sugar syrup, these staple ingredients are blended with ice until slushy and irresistible, before being poured into a chilled cocktail glass. Just like the classic drink, but colder!

Raspberry Daiquiri

This sugary sweet drink is perfect for those that like their cocktails fruity and cold! Made with lemon juice, sugar syrup and six fresh raspberries added to the traditional rum and lime juice and blended with crushed ice, this cocktail looks as good as it tastes.

Cointreau Daiquiri

A daiquiri with a twist! This drink retains the core ingredients of rum and lime juice, but also incorporates lime zest, Cointreau and maple syrup, making for an unusual daiquiri that cocktail enthusiasts will adore! Blend with so much ice that the final drink is almost solid and enjoy on the beach under a palm tree (or in your back garden if the beach is too  far away!)

Frozen Strawberry Daiquiri

Probably everyone’s favourite daiquiri variation, the strawberry flavour also tastes amazing when chilled. Choose a white variety of rum as your base spirit and add lime juice, lemon juice, lots of fresh strawberries, strawberry liqueur and sugar. Blend with plenty of ice and then pour into a chilled highball glass. This daiquiri tastes just like summer should!

Virgin Strawberry Daiquiri

Make a cocktail for the kids or just drink this when it is too early to start on the rum! Made with plenty of fresh strawberries, sugar and lime juice, this fabulous fruity concoction tastes like a cross between a cocktail and a smoothie, making it the perfect virgin option for garden parties and social gatherings. Don’t forget to blend with lots and lots of ice on days when it’s too hot to be indoors.

Make one, or make them all, but don’t let the summer of 2019 pass without discovering the pleasure of an ice-cold daiquiri, giving you tropical vibes without having to travel abroad!

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Frozen Daiquiri
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Put ice, rum, lime juice and sugar syrup into blender. Blend until slushy. Pour into chilled champagne flute and decorate with lime slice. Variations: Frozen Pineapple Daiquiri, Frozen Mint Daiquiri, Frozen Strawberry Daiquiri, Frozen Peach Daiquiri. ...
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Raspberry Daiquiri
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Combine all the ingredients in a blender with crushed ice until smooth. Serve into a cocktail glass. ...
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Frozen Strawberry Daiquiri
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Add all the ingredients into a blender until properly mixed. Pour into a highball glass and enjoy. ...
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Virgin Strawberry Daiquiri
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The creator is Max Templeton, myself, with the help of love to know. Its a simple drink that is a good kids slushy. I loved creating this cocktail. Pour all ingredients into a blender, plus some ice, and blend until smooth. Add water to smooth the drink if necessary. Pour the drink into a martini ...
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Hi, I am Suzanna. I would describe myself as a bit of a foodie with a side-interest in fancy cocktails. Anything sweet and alcoholic and I'm in! I am also an avid writer, proofreader and editor and work freelance through the website People per Hour.

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