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Happy National Daiquiri Day!This Sunday, July 19 is National Daiquiri Day! Stop into Macadoodles to get your supplies! While you’re contemplating the flavor to celebrate the day with, read below to find out how the daiquiri came to the US.  

The drink was reportedly invented by an American engineer named Jennings Cox, who was in Cuba during the Spanish–American War. It is also possible that William A. Chanler, a US congressman who purchased the Santiago iron mines in 1902, introduced the daiquiri to New York in that year.  

In 1909, when Rear Admiral Lucius W. Johnson tried Cox’s drink, he introduced it to the Army and Navy Club in Washington, D.C. It was one of the favorite drinks of writer Ernest Hemingway and President John F. Kennedy.  

The drink became popular in the 1940s during World War II. Rationing made whiskey and vodka hard to come by, yet rum was easily obtainable due to trade and travel relations with Latin America, Cuba and the Caribbean. Rum-based drinks — once frowned upon as being the choice of sailors — became fashionable, and the daiquiri saw its popularity explode.
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