Most cocktail drinkers know the daiquiri as a shaken, three-ingredient classic sour comprised of white rum, sugar and lime juice. Its roots date back to turn-of-the-century Cuba. The simple cocktail is tart, slightly sweet and deceptively invigorating. The daiquiri cloaks itself in those satisfying flavors which so often aid in the concoction going down a little too easily, ultimately leading to another round. And, so it goes.
cachaça (ka-sha-sa), rainwater Madeira, collard green shrub, brown butter tincture and lemon. While the ingredients listed for the drink are unrecognizable to those of the classic daiquiri, upon first sip, there is little doubt it is indeed a daiquiri.