Thursday, July 26, 2012

The Best Ever Strawberry Daiquiri


I love fruit in the summer time (especially fruit cocktails, but we will get to that in a minute).  Berries rock my world.  Strawberries, raspberries, blueberries I love them all equally.  At the top of my list are the snozzberries.  Snozzberries!  Who ever heard of a snozzberry???  (Willy Wonka reference)

All silliness aside, its Ladies Night Slow Roasters!  Time to kick off your heels and slip into the Best Strawberry Daiquiri this side of Havana!  You hear that??  A little Kool & the Gang to get things started.  We will be having out weekly Ladies Night party on our Facebook page today.  Hope you will join us and bring your favorite cocktail or appetizer to link up and share with our friends and yours.  Be sure to tell your friends!  Everyone is invited.

We are serving up another classic to round out the month.  This is not just any strawberry daiquiri.  This is the ONLY recipe for a strawberry daiquiri you will EVER need.  Chad seems to be some kind of mixology genius, this cocktail was artfully created to bring out the summer flavor in this cocktail that was originally seen in Cuba in the early 1900's.  The Best Ever Strawberry Daiquiri is creamy and smooth, no taste of alcohol to pucker your palate.  Sweet, tart and super fruity. Get out your blender.  You know you want this!  So, kick 'em off and enjoy!

Looking for other fabulous strawberry cocktails?  Check these out...


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Strawberry Shortcake Martini; a perfectly sweet strawberry cocktail, followed by a rich cake flavor and a fabulous creamy end note.


This fabulous Strawberry Lime Margarita is simple and amazing!  Made with lime simple syrup the depth of flavor is masterful.

The Best Ever Strawberry Daiquiri
3 ounces white rum
1 ounce Malibu coconut rum
2 ounces triple sec
2 cups fresh strawberries, washed and hulled
1 ounce Rose’s lime juice (or fresh lime juice)
2 ounces simple syrup
2 cups ice
2 lime slices, for garnish

Pour all ingredients into blender, except for lime slices.  Blend until smooth and creamy consistency.

Pour into 2 cocktail glasses and garnish with a lime slice.  Serve. Enjoy and repeat as necessary.

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14 comments:

  1. Wow Donna - my daughter would be so happy if I made this for her! Thanks :) Have a lovely ladies night extravaganza! (By the way, my daughter is 24 and a mom so she can have one)

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    1. I bet. My mom would be so happy too. I think it is the consummate girls drink and I love love love it!

      Thanks for popping in today!

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  2. Gorgeous! Looks so refreshing.

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  3. that seriously looks so refreshing! i could go for one right now! it's 5 o'clock somewhere:)

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    1. Thats what I am always sayin'. Thanks for popping over to FB to join the party.

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  4. For years, the strawberry daiquiri was my favorite drink. Of course, I was ordering it virgin with whipped cream on top. I called it dessert! Yours is beautiful.

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    1. So a strawberry lime icee with whipped cream on top? Doesn't sound too bad! Thanks. Love those glasses we found during our shopping trip too.

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  5. Ladies night? Should I come back tomorrow?

    Looks great, Alexis would love it.

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    1. Chris, you know ladies night was created for the guys. Corral a ton of women in a club. Free cover, half priced drinks... Yep, for the guys. But, please come back tomorrow too!!! Oh, and bring Alexis!

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  6. How do make this strawberry mojito?? I dont see the recipe for it??

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    1. Click the images to open the links. http://www.theslowroasteditalian.blogspot.com/2012/06/tantalizing-strawberry-mojito.html

      Hope that helps!

      Donna
      XO

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  7. looks scrumptious!

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