Before being a cocktail, it was a cry for freedom launched by an American soldier in a bar in Havana to celebrate the independence of the island in 1900, at the end of the war against Spain.
It's a party to the sound of Caribbean rhythms, the bright colors of Cuban women's ruffled dresses, and fireworks illuminating the streets of old Havana with its elegant facades.
Functional khaki, reminiscent of Che Guevara's uniform, pairs harmoniously with finely crocheted dresses.
The Guayabera, this iconic Cuban shirt, is revisited with English embroidery, similar to that which decorates traditional outfits. A cigar, a Daïquiri, and the party begins!

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