From Cinco de Mayo through
, this rum-based beverage from the tropics of Latin America is a summertime crowd pleaser. The
and lime flavors, as well as the slightly sweet taste, make it irresistible.
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2 ounces white rum
1 teaspoon sugar
2 ounces lime juice (or juice of 1 lime)
4 mint leaves, torn or coarsely chopped
2 ounces club soda
garnish: sprigs of mint and slices or quarter of lime
ice, add as desired
:Tall Collins Glass
Place sugar, torn or chopped pieces of mint, and lime juice in a tall container.
Use a muddler or the handle end of a long wooden spoon to mix the ingredients and crush the fresh mint on the bottom of the container, rubbing it around the glass to release the mint flavors.
Add and mix the rum into the other ingredients that have been crushed and mixed. Strain the mixture into the Collins glass.
Add club soda to top off mixture; then add ice.
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"I love mojitos! I usually use Bacardi Limon and Splenda. And I don't normally strain cause I like the look of the mint floating around (although they tend to get caught in your teeth)."
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