Yield: 1 Servings
|30 millilitres||White rum|
|20 millilitres||Lemon juice|
|20||ML SUGAR SYRUP (1:1)|
|15 millilitres||Strawberry liqueur|
|15 millilitres||Banana liqueur|
|15 millilitres||Peach liqueur|
|15 millilitres||Apricot liqueur|
|15 millilitres||Lychee liqueur|
In general: Frozen Fruit Daiquiries are mixed drinks, made with fresh fruit, using a blender or kitchenmixer and lots of ice. They're more or less spring/summer drinks, because of the prices and/or availability of the ingredients.
In case you didn't know already: 1 Fl Oz equals 30 ml (approx.) Usually: Shake with ice,strain into cocktailglass, serve straight up. In this case: mix several units in a clear bottle, for later use. Shake bottle before use.
Blend with ice for about 20 seconds, serve straight up in a nice or even fancy glass. Straw.
Variations: you could add lemon juice if you think they're too sweet or add cream (after 10 seconds of blending!) to make them softer.
Garnishing: as goes for all mixed drinks: a contrast in colour, with a flavour that goes with the drink. Enjoy! (S.E. OELE) OELE@...
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