A bartender pours frozen daiquiris in Havana

 
A bartender pours frozen daiquiris in Havana
A bartender pours frozen daiquiris near a life-sized bronze statue of Nobel Prize winning author Ernest Hemingway at his regular spot at The Floridita bar in Havana July 14, 2011. The daiquiri and the mojito were Hemingway's usual drinks when he lived in Cuba between 1940 and shortly before his death in 1961. The daiquiris are made with a Cuban rum called the Havana Club, which is made in Santa Cruz del Norte and is a joint venture between the Cuban government and Pernod Ricard of France. The brand is not sold in the U.S. REUTERS/Stringer (CUBA - Tags: SOCIETY)