A lot of us think of daiquiris as fruity frozen cocktails, beverages served in a souvenir cup with a novelty straw. Those headache-inducing suntan bombs may be fun, but it wasn't always this way—the classic Cuban version differs from the Cancun one. Keep fall at bay by getting down with this drink, a favorite of Ernest Hemingway and other famous degenerates who spent their vacations in pre-Castro Cuba. Allow Lynette Marrero from Rye House NYC to take you through the process of mixing good rum, fresh lime, and fine sugar into this magical beverage by clicking above and watching the latest installment of the "Complex Drinks" video series.
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