Speaking of strawberries, William Butler Yeats put it best when he wrote, “Doubtless God could have made a better berry, but doubtless God never did.” We wonder, what would Yeats have written if he’d ever had a Strawberry Daiquiri? Well, although the name sounds exotic, the Strawberry Daiquiri was actually developed by an American. Ok, he was living in Cuba at the time but he was American nonetheless. The man’s name was Jennings Cox, a mining engineer stationed in the East of that country back in 1896. Jennings developed the concoction of strawberries, coconut, and rum as a special drink to offer his guests, and named it after a small village near his house. He could never known the extent to which his drink would take off in popularity and certainly never have guessed that it would become a fantastic tea blend! Well, we’re pleased to say it did. We’ve blended a high grown Ceylon with all natural flavorings and created a tea with notes of full-bodied strawberry, undertones of sweet rum, and hints of fresh coconut. Brew it up hot with a dash of sugar and splash of milk to open up the subtleties of the flavoring. Like your tea cold? Pour the hot brew over a tall glass of ice for a real summer treat. Either way this one is superb. ¡Que rico!
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