National Daiquiri Day

July 19, 2021

July 19 National Daiquiri Day

What Is National Daiquiri Day?

Daiquiris are rum-based cocktails that typically include some sort of citrus juice and sugar. It is a summery, refreshing drink best enjoyed pool side. Daiquiris were invented in 1898 by American engineers and miners in Cuba during the Spanish-American War. The drinks were named after the small town of Daiquiri in which they were created. By 1909, the smoothie-like drink was introduced to the Americans and subsequently gained more and more popularity. Gather a friend of two and mix up a pitcher of these drinks to enjoy responsibly on a warm summer afternoon.

When Is National Daiquiri Day?

National Daiqiuri Day on July 19th inspires Americans nationwide to pour themselves a tall glass of this delicious cocktail.

History Of National Daiquiri Day

We were unable to find the creator of this national day, but we will be sure to keep you posted.

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