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Published by Steffen Lohr
Bar Convent Berlin "BACARDI Speakeasy Cocktail Menu" 2011
Bar Convent Berlin "BACARDI Speakeasy Cocktail Menu" 2011

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Published by: Steffen Lohr on Jan 26, 2012
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Cuba Libre Royal
BACARDI 8 Años Lime Coca Cola
During the Cuban War for Independence in the late 1890’s drinking BACARDI Rum and Coca Colabecame popular amongst American soldiers. It was one such group of American soldiers celebrating after the war in e American Bar on Neptuno Street, Havana that  rst created the name “Cuba Libre” in celebrationof the newly independent Cuba. And so one of the world’s truly iconic cocktails was born.
Daiquiri
BACARDI Superior Sugar Lime 
In 1898 whilst managing the Daquiri copper-ore mines on the Eastern outskirts of Santiago de Cuba, Jennings Stockton Cox created the Daiquiri. Named for the townin which he worked, Cox mixed BACARDI Rum, whichhe received as part of his monthly salary, with fresh lime  juice and sugar - and a legend was born. In the 1920s,in La Floridita Bar in Havana, Barman Constante Ribailagua originated other variations of this classic which were made from tropical fruits.
 
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Mojito
BACARDI Superior  Mint Lime Sugar Soda
Legend says that the Mojito originates from a drink called “e Draque” which was created around 1586 by one of Sir Francis Drake’s Corsairs. is used  Aguardiente (the crude forerunner of rum), sugar, local  fresh lime and mint. In 1862, shortly after the time that Don Facundo Bacardi Massó created BACARDI Rum, the recipe for e Draque changed to rum, and the world had its rst taste of the Mojito. e word Mojito is derived from the Spanish word “Mojo”, meaning little spell.
El Presidente No1
(Menocal)
 
BACARDI Gold  MARTINI Rosso Angostura
ere are dierent stories as to how this drink came into being and two distinct recipe styles. e rst credits the drink to Cuban President Mario García Menocal,who created it as a rival to American whiskey cocktails on a visit to the La Floridita bar sometime between1913 and 1921. He gave us a drink modestly named after himself! e other story claims that the drink was devised by  American bartender Eddie Woelke at the Jockey Club,who names it after the then President Gerardo Machado.Whoever invented it, El Presidente won universal claim.

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