"National Daiquiri Day"

National Daiquiri Day

National Daiquiri Day falls on the same day as National Ice Cream Day, July 19th in 2020. Daiquiris are best served frozen with a a little umbrella for decoration, while sitting on a beach on vacation. The daiquiri only has three ingredients – rum, lime juice and simple syrup – but since they are served frozen a blender is needed.

When is National Daiquiri Day Celebrated?

Annually on July 19th

Holidays celebrated on July 19th:

  • National Daiquiri Day
  • National Ice Cream Day

Type of Holiday:

Fun. Unofficial Holiday.

How to Celebrate National Daiquiri Day?

  • Invite friends over for a daiquiri.
  • Taste different flavors of the daiquiri and see which one is your favorite.
  • Go out for a drink with friends and family.
  • Have a party with ice cream and daiquiris to celebrate both holidays.
  • Post a photo of a daiquiri on your social media accounts.

An Easy Daiquiri Recipe:

The plain daiquiri recipe has three ingredients:

  • 1 1/2 ounces rum (light)
  • 3/4 ounce ​​lime juice (fresh)
  • 1/4 ounce ​simple syrup

Most people order a frozen flavored daiquiri such as strawberry, mango, banana or pineapple. To make a frozen drink – you can add frozen fruit and blend the above ingredients less the simple syrup.

Facts/Trivia:

  • The plain daiquiri has only three ingredients.
  • Daiquiri is also the name of a beach.
  • The drink was said to have been invented during the Spanish-American war and New Orleans. Not sure which one is the actual place but we are glad the drink was created.

Famous Birthdays on July 19th:

  • Benedict Cumberbatch – Actor
  • Brian May – Singer in the band Queen
  • Lizzie Borden – Famous Murderer who has a song about her

Popular Social Media Hashtags:

#nationaldaiquiriday #daiquiriday #worldicecreamday #icecreamday

Other holidays celebrated in July include National Fried Chicken DayNational Hawaii Day, National Kitten Day and National Mac and Cheese Day.

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