Another Mojito Recipe
A while back we declared 2007 to be the summer of Cachaca (or more specifically the Caipirinha, probably our favoritest drink ever). That being said, that doesn't mean there's no more room for the Mojito, the rum-based and minty cousin of the Caipirinha. We've found a tasty-sounding Mojito recipe we're looking forward to trying - never fear, we'll do the recipe QA for you.
Don’t forget your muddler.
* 10 - 20 rinsed and freshly muddled mint leaves (each about 1 1/2 in. long)
* One part rum
* Two parts club soda
* The juice from half a lime
* 2 teaspoons of sugar or sugar cane juice (better yet, put an actual sugar cane stalk in the glass).
Muddle the mynt, add the lime juice and rum, and finally top with club soda.
Thanks Urban Monarch
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Posted by Jake Jamieson at June 20, 2007 7:27 AM
really, how's that recipe any different than other mojito recipes?
mint (fresh, and of varying quantity), sugar (of varying type), & lime (usually wedges or slices, but sometimes just juice) are muddled. rum (typically white rum) and club soda is added...
great, classic cocktail.