A 270-litre daiquiri has been created in Cuba to mark Ernest Hemingway's 113th birthday.
It took 10 bartenders and 10 blenders to mix the cocktail, which contains white rum, lime juice and shaved ice.
It was created at Old Havana's Floridita bar, the popular Hemingway haunt and where the drink was first created.
Floridita Manager Anders Aranciba said: "We are very happy. It is a dream that we have wanted to make reality for more than a year. It is a distinctive experience in homage to the great Daiquiri cocktail."
The locals were also very excited with resident Ricardo Antonio Trujillo saying:"This is great for three reasons. First because we are in the land of the daiquiri, we are in the home of the daiquiri and we are celebrating the birthday of Hemingway and Guinness record of more than 250 litres."