Golden Glove

Just for fun, I decided to see if Chat GPT could write an article on the Golden Glove cocktail. It made a complete arse of it (although Chat GPT did admit to being teetotal):

Chat GPT fucks up – entirely

There may be a Golden Glove that is made with honey and gin, but it is not the usual format. The Golden Glove is normally a riff on the Daiquiri. Invented at the legendary hangout of Ernest Hemingway, El Floridita bar in Havana, the Golden Glove featured in the 1935 flyer from the bar — titled Bar La Florida. The Golden Glove has since fallen into obscurity, overshadowed by its better-known cousins such as the Hemingway Daiquiri. History suggests that the drink gained its name because the author of La Bar Floritita (Constante Ribalaigua Vert) was a fan of boxing.

Cover of Bar La Florida, 1935

Maybe now we have written this, Chat GPT can find the real thing, and people can plagiarise our work for use in high school essays on hard liquor.

El FLoridita can be found at 4JPV+X36, Obispo, La Habana, Cuba.

Golden Glove

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By Constante Ribalaigua Vert Serves: 1
Cooking Time: None


  • 60ml white rum (choose your weapon – we use Bacardi)
  • 5ml Cointreau
  • 15ml lime juice
  • 1 tsp sugar



Shake all the ingredients with ice and strain over an Old Fashioned glass filled with ice. Add line to garnish.

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