1⁄2 oz Lime juice
1⁄2 oz Honey syrup
1 wdg Lime (as garnish)
Instructions

Shake; strain; up; garnish.

Notes

Some include a dash of Angostura bitters.

History

Obviously built on the daiquiri model, but more complex in both base spirit and sweetener.

Cocktail summary
Year
1940s
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Comments
yarm commented on 12/04/2022:

"Some include a dash of Angostura bitters." The earliest recipes in The Stork Club (1946) and Trader Vic's Bartender Guide (1946) both do. And the one I spotted in Unvarnished (2020) does to. Only Imbibe Magazine leaves it out.

Very similar to the Honeysuckle and Honey Bee (both recipes appear in Embury) which both have lemon juice but have white rum and Jamaican rum, respectively.