At your next party serve up a classic Mojito, or try a variation on the classic. Here are a few ideas on how to mix a perfect Mojito.
The Classic Mojito. This is the official cocktail of Cuba!
1 1/2oz. Light Rum
1 oz. Lime Juice
1 tsp. Sugar
3-4 Mint Leaves
Combine lime juice, mint and sugar in a Collins or highball glass.
Stir gently to bruise the mint.
Fill glass 3/4 with ice.
Add the rum.
Top with soda (for variation, try using 7up, Sprite or Ginger Ale instead of soda). Stir well.
1 oz White rum
1 oz Giffard Blueberry liquor
fresh or frozen blueberrie s.
3-4 leaves of Mint
1 1/2 oz Rum (non spiced, white)
1 1/2 oz Simple Syrup (or 1 Tablespoon of Superfine Sugar)
3 oz Lime Juice (Key limes, if available.)
1 Sprig of Mint to Garnish
Bonito - Jito
Ingredients and Directions:
Enjoy the classic Mojito or any of these variations at your next cocktail hour!
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