It is actually quite winterly here in Denmark these days - frost day and night which isn't all that common.
But just because snow and ice is part of the landscape at the moment that doesn't mean I can't dream of icy cold drinks under a tropical sun - I just have to drink them in front of my wood burner.
After a nightly online conversation with some colleagues about the drinking habits - and preferences - of Hemingway I've been wanting a Daiquiri badly
Particularly one I have tinkered with a few times from a bar in Texas - a golden, sweet Banana Daiquiri. Here is the recipe I have been tinkering with.
My version looks like this:
- 3 cl white rum - I used Plantation 3 Stars
- 1,5 cl over proof white rum - I used Clairin Casimir
- 2 cl fresh lime juice
- 0.75 cl simple syrup
- 1,5 cl banana liqueur - I used Tempus Fugit Creme de Banane
- 0,75 cl chili liqueur - I used Ancho Reyes
Blend everything with crushed ice
Garnish with a coin of banana - if you have a dehydrator springle with banana and chili dust on top.