Cuba libre


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Cuba libre

(ˈkjuːbə ˈliːbrə)
n
(Brewing) chiefly US a drink of rum, cola, lime juice, and ice
[Spanish, literally: free Cuba, a toast during the Cuban War of Independence]
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There's a suggestion the lime was inspired by the Cuba Libre which adds a certain historic confluence given the story behind Cuban rum and the communist revolution.
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