Bacardi Reintroduces Hatuey Beer With Real Housewives of Miami (Photos)
When Hatuey beer was first brewed in Santiago de Cuba (birthplace of Desi Arnaz) long before the 1959 revolution, it was delivered with a block of ice to keep it crisp and cold in the tropical heat.
The brew was named after a famous Taino Indian who in 1511 tried to warn the inhabitants of Cuba the Spanish were about to invade, is poised to make a massive comeback with the help of spirits giant Bacardi.
Bacardi held a party last week at De Rodriguez Cuba on Ocean in South Beach to give invited guests, including Real Housewives of Miami cast members Alexia Echevarria and Cristy Rice, a first taste. Chef Douglas Rodriguez served a menu of Cuban-inspired dishes like whole roast pig, frita sliders and domino cakes.
Hatuey Girls distribute Hatuey goodie buckets.
Real Housewives of Miami castmember Alexia Echevarria.
Does Real Housewives of Miami's Cristy Rice realize the woman behind her is wearing a shockingly similar dress?
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