A daiquiri is a classic cocktail that typically consists of rum, lime or lemon juice, and sugar. It is often served chilled and strained into a stemmed cocktail glass, although variations and frozen versions are also popular.

The traditional daiquiri recipe calls for white rum, freshly squeezed lime juice, and simple syrup (a mixture of sugar and water). The ingredients are usually shaken with ice and then strained into a glass. The resulting cocktail is tangy, refreshing, and slightly sweet.

Daiquiris can be customized with various flavors and ingredients. Fruit flavors like strawberry, mango, and banana are commonly added to create fruity daiquiris. Additionally, some variations use different types of rum or incorporate additional liqueurs for added complexity.

The daiquiri is believed to have originated in Cuba in the early 20th century. It gained popularity internationally, particularly in the United States, and became a staple of the cocktail scene. Over time, the daiquiri has evolved into a versatile drink with numerous interpretations and adaptations.

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