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BACARDI’s Daisy De Santiago

Get to feeling fresh as a daisy with this classic cocktail!

The Daisy De Santiago was made famous by the pioneer food and drink writer Charles H. Baker, Jr. in the 1940s. In his 1946 book, Jigger, Beaker & Glass: Drinking Around the World,  he proclaimed the Daisy to be the best BACARDI drink on record, along with the daiquiri.



Those are some strong claims, but we trust you, Baker.





What You'll Need:
2 parts BACARDI Superior Rum
3/5 part Freshly squeezed lime juice
1/5 part Sugar syrup
3/5 part Yellow Chartreuse

Instructions:
1. Stir and pour into a goblet filled with crushed ice.
2. Garnish with mint and seasonal fresh fruit.
3. Float the Chartreuse on top.

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