Daiquiri (pronounced /ˈdækəri/, Spanish: daiquirí [daikiˈɾi]) is a family of cocktails whose main ingredients are rum, lime juice, and sugar or other sweetener. There are several versions, but those that have gained international fame were the ones made in El Floridita bar in Havana, Cuba.
A wide variety of alcoholic mixed drinks made with finely crushed ice are often called frozen daiquiris. These drinks can also be combined and poured into a blender eliminating the need for manual crushing. Such drinks are often commercially made in machines which produce a texture similar to a smoothie, and come in a wide variety of flavors made with various types of spirits or liquors. Another way to create a frozen daiquiri (mostly fruit-flavored variants) is by using frozen limeade, providing the required texture, sweetness and sourness all at once.