lychee basil daiquiri – In these hot, the thoughts and hearts of drinkers turn to the perfect hot-weather drink: the daiquiri.

Legend has it, that it was invented by Jenning Cox, an American mining engineer, when he ran out of gin.

He masked the strong taste of the local rum by adding lime and sugar, and then named the drink after a town on the east coast of Cuba (where he lived) circa 1905.

Karumba Rooftop Rum Bar, offering four best of daiquiris for taste of a Cuba vacation in a glass.

01). Lychee Basil Daiquiri
Crushed lime, basil and lychee shaken with light rum, lychee liqueur and homemade ginger liqueur.

02). Daiquiri
Jenning Cox originally made the drink in a tumbler or rock glass, where he squeezed the lime over the sugar, mixed it with a generous pour of Cuban rum and served it in crushed ice. Or you can have the well-known shaken one served in a cocktail glass, or the frozen one served in a goblet glass.

Fruit Daiquiri

03). Fruit Daiquiri
A fruity flavour for your Daiquiri. Please check your choice of fruits with your server.

04). Papa Doble Daiquiri
Ernest Hemingway’s preferred Daiquiri, whene he removed the sugar and doubled the rum, so it is more like a Rum Martini with fresh squeezed lime. And here at Karumba, you can choose your favorite rum.

For advance reservation, please call 21 75 999 777.