It is enough to buy and drink the Fonte cocktails in the nearest shop. Made according to original recipes it make you feel chilling freshness as if you swimming under the rays of the scorching Cuban sun in the open ocean. Non-alcoholic drinks Fonte include legendary cocktails such as Daiquiri, Mojito and Pina Colada. Fonte cocktails are very tasty by they own and could be use as perfect base for alcoholic mix. You can easily find the recipe of their preparation right on the label on stylish and convenient 0.6-liter bottle. Fonte cocktails based on water and natural flavors with no added preservatives. So you can be assure of the high quality and excellent taste of this drink.
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Each of Fonte cocktail has its own history. The recipe of Mojito appeared at 1930 in one of the Cuban hotels called "Seville". The bartender, whose name has already forgotten, for the first time replaced the bourbon with rum when creating the fashionable then julep. The new cocktail was like by the local audience and was name as Mojito - from ‘mojado’ (‘wet’). In 1931, Mojito received official recognition: the recipe was published in Havana’s Sloppy Joe’s Bar bartender’s manual. Literally, in a few years Mojito became incredibly popular not only at home, but also far beyond Cuba. First, the whole of America learns about an unusual cocktail and then the entire world. Cocktail Daiquiri was born in Cuba in small town with same name Daiquiri at the beginning of the 20th century. Once day in local out of gin and bartender decided to serve rum instead. To make drink for guests likes, the bartender-inventor added in rum the lime juice, little sugar and ice cubes. The recipe settled down first in Cuba and soon reached Washington from where it spread throughout America. Now Daiquiri is loved and often drunk all over the world including Russia.
Puerto-Rico is homeland of Pina Colada cocktail. Ramon Portas Mingot invented this cocktail in 1963. Today this is official drink of Puerto-Rico. Initially under the legendary name was hidden the name of fresh strained pineapple juice ‘colado’, and then rum was included in the composition of the drink. Rupert Holmes' song ‘The Piña Colada Song’ topped the American charts at the turn of 1979-80 and make cocktail popular. Now Pina Colada has many variations. One of the most interesting is the mix of strawberry Daiquiri and Pina Colada named "Miami Vice" or "Lava Flow". This cocktail is especially love in sunny tropical Miami.
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