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Spiced Daiquiri

By Adam Hinton

For this spin on the classic Daiquiri we’ve employed Cut’s spiced rum in place of the usual white rum to give this drink a more complex, spicy profile. The luscious vanilla and cinnamon notes of the rum enrich this already fantastic drink with an extra depth of flavour and character, transforming it from a simple sour to something with a little more nuance.

This drink is just as easy to make and drink as the original, following the same classic sour ratio of 4 strong to 2 sour to 1 sweet, we simply substitute white rum for spiced to create the spiced daiquiri.


50ml Cut Spiced Rum

25ml Lime Juice

15ml Sugar Syrup

Lime Wheel or Wedge to Garnish


Prep: 1

Make: 1

Total: 2







Chill a martini glass or coupette in the freezer or fill with ice

Using your jigger to measure add all ingredients to your Boston glass or shaker

Fill with cubed ice and seal

Shake vigorously for 10-15 seconds

Double strain into your chilled martini glass or coupette

Garnish with a lime wheel or wedge

Serve and enjoy


Hawthorn Strainer
Fine Mesh Strainer
Elbow Press
Cubed Ice


The Daiquiri is one of the oldest and most popular rum cocktails around, this super simple and elegant sour is just a streamlined mixture of rum, lime juice and sugar and is a must-know for any bartender or cocktail drinker. There are hundreds of variations on this classic drink, from frozen fruity versions to extra strong Nuclear Daiquiris; there are likely very few twists on this drink that haven’t already been tried by someone at some point.