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Ingredients

  • 2 Ounces light rum
  • 1 Ounce lime juice
  • .75 Ounce simple syrup
  • 6 mint leaves
  • soda water
  • mint spring and lime wedge for garnish

Directions

In the bottom of your chilled highball glass, muddle 5-6 mint leaves by pressing lightly with your muddler. Add simple syrup, lime juice, and rum, then fill the glass with soda water and stir. Garnish with a spring of mint (clap the leaves between your hands once to bruise them and bring out the aroma) and a wedge of lime.


19 Mojito Recipes That Put a Spin on the Refreshing Classic

These cocktail recipes are a tropical vacation in a glass.

The mojito conjures up tropical reveries, beaches, gold sands, vacation&ndash and there's no coincidence to this association, as the mojito's origin story opens on the seas of the island of Cuba with the infamous pirate Sir Francis Drake.

The Drake legend holds that the pirate sought a remedy for his crew's scurvy and general malnutrition when he arrived in Cuba in the late 1500's. A common tincture amongst the Cuban middle-class at the time consisted of Aguardiente de Caña (unrefined rum), lime, sugarcane juice, and according to some stories, mint. The drink was called "El Draque" or the dragon, after Drake's nickname. Whatever the mojito's origins, it has made its way across the world, a favorite of Ernest Hemingway's and an extra in a 2002 James Bond Movie.

The ingredients of a mojito are refreshing and simple: rum, lime, soda water, and mint. It can be made with vodka, but we'll let you decide which recipe is better with these delicious takes on the classic mojito.

Ingredients:

1/2 oz. lime juice (squeezed fresh)
1 tsp. finely granulated sugar
3 mint leaves
2 oz. white rum
Club soda or seltzer

Instructions:

Muddle the lime juice with 1/2 to 1 teaspoon sugar and mint leaves. Fill the glass about 2/3 with ice and add rum. Garnish with used lime and and top off with club soda or seltzer.

Ingredients:

1 cup packed fresh mint leaves
4 ounces fresh lime juice
4 ounces Simple Syrup, recipe follows
16 ounces coconut water, chilled
8 ounces white rum, chilled
1 cup granulated sugar (for simple syrup)
Ice

Instructions:
Muddle mint, lime juice and Simple Syrup in a pitcher. Pour in the coconut water and rum. Add ice to fill a pitcher, and stir to combine.

Ingredients:

Ice
5 to 6 fresh mint leaves
2 strawberries, cut into quarters
2 ounces citrus rum
1 ounce simple syrup
1 ounce lime juice

Instructions:

Fill a cocktail shaker with ice. Add the mint and strawberries and muddle all together. Pour in the citrus rum, simple syrup, and lime juice. Shake and pour into a glass. Garnish with strawberries and or mint.
&ndash Guy Fieri for Food Network

Shop Now Cocktail Shaker Bar Set, $14.95

Ingredients :

2 oz light rum
.75 oz lime juice
.75 oz simple syrup
4-5 muddled blackberries
7-10 mint leaves
Soda water

Instructions:

Muddle and shake ingredients without soda water. Add soda water to Collins glass with strained ingredients and ice. Garnish with mint leaves and blackberry. Stir lightly and serve.

&ndashCourtesy Weft & Warp Art Bar + Kitchen in Scottsdale, Arizona

Ingredients:

Handful mint leaves
3 whole raspberries
Juice of 1 lime
2 teaspoons sugar
1 1/2 ounces spiced rum
Club soda
Ice

Instructions:

Muddle the mint, raspberries, lime juice and sugar in the glass. Fill a cocktail shaker with ice add the rum and shake for 15 seconds. Pour into the glass and top with the club soda.
&ndash Rachael Ray

Ingredients:

8 mint leaves
10 blueberries
1/2 oz simple syrup
2 oz blueberry vodka
1 oz lime juice
Club soda or seltzer
Ice

Instructions:

Muddle the mint, blueberries, and syrup in a shaker. Add the lime juice and vodka and fill remaining space with ice. Shake thoroughly. Strain into highball or collins glass&ndashyou can add ice to either of those first if you like&ndash and top off with club soda or seltzer. Garnish with mint and or blueberries.

Ingredients:

4 mangoes peeled and chopped
1 1/2 cups lime juice
2/3 cup packed mint leaves
2 cups rum
2 12 oz cans club soda or seltzer
Ice

Instructions:

Combine mango, rum, and lime juice in blender until smooth. Add mint leaves and blend again. Add club soda or seltzer and stir. Pour over ice and garnish with thin slice of mango.


19 Mojito Recipes That Put a Spin on the Refreshing Classic

These cocktail recipes are a tropical vacation in a glass.

The mojito conjures up tropical reveries, beaches, gold sands, vacation&ndash and there's no coincidence to this association, as the mojito's origin story opens on the seas of the island of Cuba with the infamous pirate Sir Francis Drake.

The Drake legend holds that the pirate sought a remedy for his crew's scurvy and general malnutrition when he arrived in Cuba in the late 1500's. A common tincture amongst the Cuban middle-class at the time consisted of Aguardiente de Caña (unrefined rum), lime, sugarcane juice, and according to some stories, mint. The drink was called "El Draque" or the dragon, after Drake's nickname. Whatever the mojito's origins, it has made its way across the world, a favorite of Ernest Hemingway's and an extra in a 2002 James Bond Movie.

The ingredients of a mojito are refreshing and simple: rum, lime, soda water, and mint. It can be made with vodka, but we'll let you decide which recipe is better with these delicious takes on the classic mojito.

Ingredients:

1/2 oz. lime juice (squeezed fresh)
1 tsp. finely granulated sugar
3 mint leaves
2 oz. white rum
Club soda or seltzer

Instructions:

Muddle the lime juice with 1/2 to 1 teaspoon sugar and mint leaves. Fill the glass about 2/3 with ice and add rum. Garnish with used lime and and top off with club soda or seltzer.

Ingredients:

1 cup packed fresh mint leaves
4 ounces fresh lime juice
4 ounces Simple Syrup, recipe follows
16 ounces coconut water, chilled
8 ounces white rum, chilled
1 cup granulated sugar (for simple syrup)
Ice

Instructions:
Muddle mint, lime juice and Simple Syrup in a pitcher. Pour in the coconut water and rum. Add ice to fill a pitcher, and stir to combine.

Ingredients:

Ice
5 to 6 fresh mint leaves
2 strawberries, cut into quarters
2 ounces citrus rum
1 ounce simple syrup
1 ounce lime juice

Instructions:

Fill a cocktail shaker with ice. Add the mint and strawberries and muddle all together. Pour in the citrus rum, simple syrup, and lime juice. Shake and pour into a glass. Garnish with strawberries and or mint.
&ndash Guy Fieri for Food Network

Shop Now Cocktail Shaker Bar Set, $14.95

Ingredients :

2 oz light rum
.75 oz lime juice
.75 oz simple syrup
4-5 muddled blackberries
7-10 mint leaves
Soda water

Instructions:

Muddle and shake ingredients without soda water. Add soda water to Collins glass with strained ingredients and ice. Garnish with mint leaves and blackberry. Stir lightly and serve.

&ndashCourtesy Weft & Warp Art Bar + Kitchen in Scottsdale, Arizona

Ingredients:

Handful mint leaves
3 whole raspberries
Juice of 1 lime
2 teaspoons sugar
1 1/2 ounces spiced rum
Club soda
Ice

Instructions:

Muddle the mint, raspberries, lime juice and sugar in the glass. Fill a cocktail shaker with ice add the rum and shake for 15 seconds. Pour into the glass and top with the club soda.
&ndash Rachael Ray

Ingredients:

8 mint leaves
10 blueberries
1/2 oz simple syrup
2 oz blueberry vodka
1 oz lime juice
Club soda or seltzer
Ice

Instructions:

Muddle the mint, blueberries, and syrup in a shaker. Add the lime juice and vodka and fill remaining space with ice. Shake thoroughly. Strain into highball or collins glass&ndashyou can add ice to either of those first if you like&ndash and top off with club soda or seltzer. Garnish with mint and or blueberries.

Ingredients:

4 mangoes peeled and chopped
1 1/2 cups lime juice
2/3 cup packed mint leaves
2 cups rum
2 12 oz cans club soda or seltzer
Ice

Instructions:

Combine mango, rum, and lime juice in blender until smooth. Add mint leaves and blend again. Add club soda or seltzer and stir. Pour over ice and garnish with thin slice of mango.


19 Mojito Recipes That Put a Spin on the Refreshing Classic

These cocktail recipes are a tropical vacation in a glass.

The mojito conjures up tropical reveries, beaches, gold sands, vacation&ndash and there's no coincidence to this association, as the mojito's origin story opens on the seas of the island of Cuba with the infamous pirate Sir Francis Drake.

The Drake legend holds that the pirate sought a remedy for his crew's scurvy and general malnutrition when he arrived in Cuba in the late 1500's. A common tincture amongst the Cuban middle-class at the time consisted of Aguardiente de Caña (unrefined rum), lime, sugarcane juice, and according to some stories, mint. The drink was called "El Draque" or the dragon, after Drake's nickname. Whatever the mojito's origins, it has made its way across the world, a favorite of Ernest Hemingway's and an extra in a 2002 James Bond Movie.

The ingredients of a mojito are refreshing and simple: rum, lime, soda water, and mint. It can be made with vodka, but we'll let you decide which recipe is better with these delicious takes on the classic mojito.

Ingredients:

1/2 oz. lime juice (squeezed fresh)
1 tsp. finely granulated sugar
3 mint leaves
2 oz. white rum
Club soda or seltzer

Instructions:

Muddle the lime juice with 1/2 to 1 teaspoon sugar and mint leaves. Fill the glass about 2/3 with ice and add rum. Garnish with used lime and and top off with club soda or seltzer.

Ingredients:

1 cup packed fresh mint leaves
4 ounces fresh lime juice
4 ounces Simple Syrup, recipe follows
16 ounces coconut water, chilled
8 ounces white rum, chilled
1 cup granulated sugar (for simple syrup)
Ice

Instructions:
Muddle mint, lime juice and Simple Syrup in a pitcher. Pour in the coconut water and rum. Add ice to fill a pitcher, and stir to combine.

Ingredients:

Ice
5 to 6 fresh mint leaves
2 strawberries, cut into quarters
2 ounces citrus rum
1 ounce simple syrup
1 ounce lime juice

Instructions:

Fill a cocktail shaker with ice. Add the mint and strawberries and muddle all together. Pour in the citrus rum, simple syrup, and lime juice. Shake and pour into a glass. Garnish with strawberries and or mint.
&ndash Guy Fieri for Food Network

Shop Now Cocktail Shaker Bar Set, $14.95

Ingredients :

2 oz light rum
.75 oz lime juice
.75 oz simple syrup
4-5 muddled blackberries
7-10 mint leaves
Soda water

Instructions:

Muddle and shake ingredients without soda water. Add soda water to Collins glass with strained ingredients and ice. Garnish with mint leaves and blackberry. Stir lightly and serve.

&ndashCourtesy Weft & Warp Art Bar + Kitchen in Scottsdale, Arizona

Ingredients:

Handful mint leaves
3 whole raspberries
Juice of 1 lime
2 teaspoons sugar
1 1/2 ounces spiced rum
Club soda
Ice

Instructions:

Muddle the mint, raspberries, lime juice and sugar in the glass. Fill a cocktail shaker with ice add the rum and shake for 15 seconds. Pour into the glass and top with the club soda.
&ndash Rachael Ray

Ingredients:

8 mint leaves
10 blueberries
1/2 oz simple syrup
2 oz blueberry vodka
1 oz lime juice
Club soda or seltzer
Ice

Instructions:

Muddle the mint, blueberries, and syrup in a shaker. Add the lime juice and vodka and fill remaining space with ice. Shake thoroughly. Strain into highball or collins glass&ndashyou can add ice to either of those first if you like&ndash and top off with club soda or seltzer. Garnish with mint and or blueberries.

Ingredients:

4 mangoes peeled and chopped
1 1/2 cups lime juice
2/3 cup packed mint leaves
2 cups rum
2 12 oz cans club soda or seltzer
Ice

Instructions:

Combine mango, rum, and lime juice in blender until smooth. Add mint leaves and blend again. Add club soda or seltzer and stir. Pour over ice and garnish with thin slice of mango.


19 Mojito Recipes That Put a Spin on the Refreshing Classic

These cocktail recipes are a tropical vacation in a glass.

The mojito conjures up tropical reveries, beaches, gold sands, vacation&ndash and there's no coincidence to this association, as the mojito's origin story opens on the seas of the island of Cuba with the infamous pirate Sir Francis Drake.

The Drake legend holds that the pirate sought a remedy for his crew's scurvy and general malnutrition when he arrived in Cuba in the late 1500's. A common tincture amongst the Cuban middle-class at the time consisted of Aguardiente de Caña (unrefined rum), lime, sugarcane juice, and according to some stories, mint. The drink was called "El Draque" or the dragon, after Drake's nickname. Whatever the mojito's origins, it has made its way across the world, a favorite of Ernest Hemingway's and an extra in a 2002 James Bond Movie.

The ingredients of a mojito are refreshing and simple: rum, lime, soda water, and mint. It can be made with vodka, but we'll let you decide which recipe is better with these delicious takes on the classic mojito.

Ingredients:

1/2 oz. lime juice (squeezed fresh)
1 tsp. finely granulated sugar
3 mint leaves
2 oz. white rum
Club soda or seltzer

Instructions:

Muddle the lime juice with 1/2 to 1 teaspoon sugar and mint leaves. Fill the glass about 2/3 with ice and add rum. Garnish with used lime and and top off with club soda or seltzer.

Ingredients:

1 cup packed fresh mint leaves
4 ounces fresh lime juice
4 ounces Simple Syrup, recipe follows
16 ounces coconut water, chilled
8 ounces white rum, chilled
1 cup granulated sugar (for simple syrup)
Ice

Instructions:
Muddle mint, lime juice and Simple Syrup in a pitcher. Pour in the coconut water and rum. Add ice to fill a pitcher, and stir to combine.

Ingredients:

Ice
5 to 6 fresh mint leaves
2 strawberries, cut into quarters
2 ounces citrus rum
1 ounce simple syrup
1 ounce lime juice

Instructions:

Fill a cocktail shaker with ice. Add the mint and strawberries and muddle all together. Pour in the citrus rum, simple syrup, and lime juice. Shake and pour into a glass. Garnish with strawberries and or mint.
&ndash Guy Fieri for Food Network

Shop Now Cocktail Shaker Bar Set, $14.95

Ingredients :

2 oz light rum
.75 oz lime juice
.75 oz simple syrup
4-5 muddled blackberries
7-10 mint leaves
Soda water

Instructions:

Muddle and shake ingredients without soda water. Add soda water to Collins glass with strained ingredients and ice. Garnish with mint leaves and blackberry. Stir lightly and serve.

&ndashCourtesy Weft & Warp Art Bar + Kitchen in Scottsdale, Arizona

Ingredients:

Handful mint leaves
3 whole raspberries
Juice of 1 lime
2 teaspoons sugar
1 1/2 ounces spiced rum
Club soda
Ice

Instructions:

Muddle the mint, raspberries, lime juice and sugar in the glass. Fill a cocktail shaker with ice add the rum and shake for 15 seconds. Pour into the glass and top with the club soda.
&ndash Rachael Ray

Ingredients:

8 mint leaves
10 blueberries
1/2 oz simple syrup
2 oz blueberry vodka
1 oz lime juice
Club soda or seltzer
Ice

Instructions:

Muddle the mint, blueberries, and syrup in a shaker. Add the lime juice and vodka and fill remaining space with ice. Shake thoroughly. Strain into highball or collins glass&ndashyou can add ice to either of those first if you like&ndash and top off with club soda or seltzer. Garnish with mint and or blueberries.

Ingredients:

4 mangoes peeled and chopped
1 1/2 cups lime juice
2/3 cup packed mint leaves
2 cups rum
2 12 oz cans club soda or seltzer
Ice

Instructions:

Combine mango, rum, and lime juice in blender until smooth. Add mint leaves and blend again. Add club soda or seltzer and stir. Pour over ice and garnish with thin slice of mango.


19 Mojito Recipes That Put a Spin on the Refreshing Classic

These cocktail recipes are a tropical vacation in a glass.

The mojito conjures up tropical reveries, beaches, gold sands, vacation&ndash and there's no coincidence to this association, as the mojito's origin story opens on the seas of the island of Cuba with the infamous pirate Sir Francis Drake.

The Drake legend holds that the pirate sought a remedy for his crew's scurvy and general malnutrition when he arrived in Cuba in the late 1500's. A common tincture amongst the Cuban middle-class at the time consisted of Aguardiente de Caña (unrefined rum), lime, sugarcane juice, and according to some stories, mint. The drink was called "El Draque" or the dragon, after Drake's nickname. Whatever the mojito's origins, it has made its way across the world, a favorite of Ernest Hemingway's and an extra in a 2002 James Bond Movie.

The ingredients of a mojito are refreshing and simple: rum, lime, soda water, and mint. It can be made with vodka, but we'll let you decide which recipe is better with these delicious takes on the classic mojito.

Ingredients:

1/2 oz. lime juice (squeezed fresh)
1 tsp. finely granulated sugar
3 mint leaves
2 oz. white rum
Club soda or seltzer

Instructions:

Muddle the lime juice with 1/2 to 1 teaspoon sugar and mint leaves. Fill the glass about 2/3 with ice and add rum. Garnish with used lime and and top off with club soda or seltzer.

Ingredients:

1 cup packed fresh mint leaves
4 ounces fresh lime juice
4 ounces Simple Syrup, recipe follows
16 ounces coconut water, chilled
8 ounces white rum, chilled
1 cup granulated sugar (for simple syrup)
Ice

Instructions:
Muddle mint, lime juice and Simple Syrup in a pitcher. Pour in the coconut water and rum. Add ice to fill a pitcher, and stir to combine.

Ingredients:

Ice
5 to 6 fresh mint leaves
2 strawberries, cut into quarters
2 ounces citrus rum
1 ounce simple syrup
1 ounce lime juice

Instructions:

Fill a cocktail shaker with ice. Add the mint and strawberries and muddle all together. Pour in the citrus rum, simple syrup, and lime juice. Shake and pour into a glass. Garnish with strawberries and or mint.
&ndash Guy Fieri for Food Network

Shop Now Cocktail Shaker Bar Set, $14.95

Ingredients :

2 oz light rum
.75 oz lime juice
.75 oz simple syrup
4-5 muddled blackberries
7-10 mint leaves
Soda water

Instructions:

Muddle and shake ingredients without soda water. Add soda water to Collins glass with strained ingredients and ice. Garnish with mint leaves and blackberry. Stir lightly and serve.

&ndashCourtesy Weft & Warp Art Bar + Kitchen in Scottsdale, Arizona

Ingredients:

Handful mint leaves
3 whole raspberries
Juice of 1 lime
2 teaspoons sugar
1 1/2 ounces spiced rum
Club soda
Ice

Instructions:

Muddle the mint, raspberries, lime juice and sugar in the glass. Fill a cocktail shaker with ice add the rum and shake for 15 seconds. Pour into the glass and top with the club soda.
&ndash Rachael Ray

Ingredients:

8 mint leaves
10 blueberries
1/2 oz simple syrup
2 oz blueberry vodka
1 oz lime juice
Club soda or seltzer
Ice

Instructions:

Muddle the mint, blueberries, and syrup in a shaker. Add the lime juice and vodka and fill remaining space with ice. Shake thoroughly. Strain into highball or collins glass&ndashyou can add ice to either of those first if you like&ndash and top off with club soda or seltzer. Garnish with mint and or blueberries.

Ingredients:

4 mangoes peeled and chopped
1 1/2 cups lime juice
2/3 cup packed mint leaves
2 cups rum
2 12 oz cans club soda or seltzer
Ice

Instructions:

Combine mango, rum, and lime juice in blender until smooth. Add mint leaves and blend again. Add club soda or seltzer and stir. Pour over ice and garnish with thin slice of mango.


19 Mojito Recipes That Put a Spin on the Refreshing Classic

These cocktail recipes are a tropical vacation in a glass.

The mojito conjures up tropical reveries, beaches, gold sands, vacation&ndash and there's no coincidence to this association, as the mojito's origin story opens on the seas of the island of Cuba with the infamous pirate Sir Francis Drake.

The Drake legend holds that the pirate sought a remedy for his crew's scurvy and general malnutrition when he arrived in Cuba in the late 1500's. A common tincture amongst the Cuban middle-class at the time consisted of Aguardiente de Caña (unrefined rum), lime, sugarcane juice, and according to some stories, mint. The drink was called "El Draque" or the dragon, after Drake's nickname. Whatever the mojito's origins, it has made its way across the world, a favorite of Ernest Hemingway's and an extra in a 2002 James Bond Movie.

The ingredients of a mojito are refreshing and simple: rum, lime, soda water, and mint. It can be made with vodka, but we'll let you decide which recipe is better with these delicious takes on the classic mojito.

Ingredients:

1/2 oz. lime juice (squeezed fresh)
1 tsp. finely granulated sugar
3 mint leaves
2 oz. white rum
Club soda or seltzer

Instructions:

Muddle the lime juice with 1/2 to 1 teaspoon sugar and mint leaves. Fill the glass about 2/3 with ice and add rum. Garnish with used lime and and top off with club soda or seltzer.

Ingredients:

1 cup packed fresh mint leaves
4 ounces fresh lime juice
4 ounces Simple Syrup, recipe follows
16 ounces coconut water, chilled
8 ounces white rum, chilled
1 cup granulated sugar (for simple syrup)
Ice

Instructions:
Muddle mint, lime juice and Simple Syrup in a pitcher. Pour in the coconut water and rum. Add ice to fill a pitcher, and stir to combine.

Ingredients:

Ice
5 to 6 fresh mint leaves
2 strawberries, cut into quarters
2 ounces citrus rum
1 ounce simple syrup
1 ounce lime juice

Instructions:

Fill a cocktail shaker with ice. Add the mint and strawberries and muddle all together. Pour in the citrus rum, simple syrup, and lime juice. Shake and pour into a glass. Garnish with strawberries and or mint.
&ndash Guy Fieri for Food Network

Shop Now Cocktail Shaker Bar Set, $14.95

Ingredients :

2 oz light rum
.75 oz lime juice
.75 oz simple syrup
4-5 muddled blackberries
7-10 mint leaves
Soda water

Instructions:

Muddle and shake ingredients without soda water. Add soda water to Collins glass with strained ingredients and ice. Garnish with mint leaves and blackberry. Stir lightly and serve.

&ndashCourtesy Weft & Warp Art Bar + Kitchen in Scottsdale, Arizona

Ingredients:

Handful mint leaves
3 whole raspberries
Juice of 1 lime
2 teaspoons sugar
1 1/2 ounces spiced rum
Club soda
Ice

Instructions:

Muddle the mint, raspberries, lime juice and sugar in the glass. Fill a cocktail shaker with ice add the rum and shake for 15 seconds. Pour into the glass and top with the club soda.
&ndash Rachael Ray

Ingredients:

8 mint leaves
10 blueberries
1/2 oz simple syrup
2 oz blueberry vodka
1 oz lime juice
Club soda or seltzer
Ice

Instructions:

Muddle the mint, blueberries, and syrup in a shaker. Add the lime juice and vodka and fill remaining space with ice. Shake thoroughly. Strain into highball or collins glass&ndashyou can add ice to either of those first if you like&ndash and top off with club soda or seltzer. Garnish with mint and or blueberries.

Ingredients:

4 mangoes peeled and chopped
1 1/2 cups lime juice
2/3 cup packed mint leaves
2 cups rum
2 12 oz cans club soda or seltzer
Ice

Instructions:

Combine mango, rum, and lime juice in blender until smooth. Add mint leaves and blend again. Add club soda or seltzer and stir. Pour over ice and garnish with thin slice of mango.


19 Mojito Recipes That Put a Spin on the Refreshing Classic

These cocktail recipes are a tropical vacation in a glass.

The mojito conjures up tropical reveries, beaches, gold sands, vacation&ndash and there's no coincidence to this association, as the mojito's origin story opens on the seas of the island of Cuba with the infamous pirate Sir Francis Drake.

The Drake legend holds that the pirate sought a remedy for his crew's scurvy and general malnutrition when he arrived in Cuba in the late 1500's. A common tincture amongst the Cuban middle-class at the time consisted of Aguardiente de Caña (unrefined rum), lime, sugarcane juice, and according to some stories, mint. The drink was called "El Draque" or the dragon, after Drake's nickname. Whatever the mojito's origins, it has made its way across the world, a favorite of Ernest Hemingway's and an extra in a 2002 James Bond Movie.

The ingredients of a mojito are refreshing and simple: rum, lime, soda water, and mint. It can be made with vodka, but we'll let you decide which recipe is better with these delicious takes on the classic mojito.

Ingredients:

1/2 oz. lime juice (squeezed fresh)
1 tsp. finely granulated sugar
3 mint leaves
2 oz. white rum
Club soda or seltzer

Instructions:

Muddle the lime juice with 1/2 to 1 teaspoon sugar and mint leaves. Fill the glass about 2/3 with ice and add rum. Garnish with used lime and and top off with club soda or seltzer.

Ingredients:

1 cup packed fresh mint leaves
4 ounces fresh lime juice
4 ounces Simple Syrup, recipe follows
16 ounces coconut water, chilled
8 ounces white rum, chilled
1 cup granulated sugar (for simple syrup)
Ice

Instructions:
Muddle mint, lime juice and Simple Syrup in a pitcher. Pour in the coconut water and rum. Add ice to fill a pitcher, and stir to combine.

Ingredients:

Ice
5 to 6 fresh mint leaves
2 strawberries, cut into quarters
2 ounces citrus rum
1 ounce simple syrup
1 ounce lime juice

Instructions:

Fill a cocktail shaker with ice. Add the mint and strawberries and muddle all together. Pour in the citrus rum, simple syrup, and lime juice. Shake and pour into a glass. Garnish with strawberries and or mint.
&ndash Guy Fieri for Food Network

Shop Now Cocktail Shaker Bar Set, $14.95

Ingredients :

2 oz light rum
.75 oz lime juice
.75 oz simple syrup
4-5 muddled blackberries
7-10 mint leaves
Soda water

Instructions:

Muddle and shake ingredients without soda water. Add soda water to Collins glass with strained ingredients and ice. Garnish with mint leaves and blackberry. Stir lightly and serve.

&ndashCourtesy Weft & Warp Art Bar + Kitchen in Scottsdale, Arizona

Ingredients:

Handful mint leaves
3 whole raspberries
Juice of 1 lime
2 teaspoons sugar
1 1/2 ounces spiced rum
Club soda
Ice

Instructions:

Muddle the mint, raspberries, lime juice and sugar in the glass. Fill a cocktail shaker with ice add the rum and shake for 15 seconds. Pour into the glass and top with the club soda.
&ndash Rachael Ray

Ingredients:

8 mint leaves
10 blueberries
1/2 oz simple syrup
2 oz blueberry vodka
1 oz lime juice
Club soda or seltzer
Ice

Instructions:

Muddle the mint, blueberries, and syrup in a shaker. Add the lime juice and vodka and fill remaining space with ice. Shake thoroughly. Strain into highball or collins glass&ndashyou can add ice to either of those first if you like&ndash and top off with club soda or seltzer. Garnish with mint and or blueberries.

Ingredients:

4 mangoes peeled and chopped
1 1/2 cups lime juice
2/3 cup packed mint leaves
2 cups rum
2 12 oz cans club soda or seltzer
Ice

Instructions:

Combine mango, rum, and lime juice in blender until smooth. Add mint leaves and blend again. Add club soda or seltzer and stir. Pour over ice and garnish with thin slice of mango.


19 Mojito Recipes That Put a Spin on the Refreshing Classic

These cocktail recipes are a tropical vacation in a glass.

The mojito conjures up tropical reveries, beaches, gold sands, vacation&ndash and there's no coincidence to this association, as the mojito's origin story opens on the seas of the island of Cuba with the infamous pirate Sir Francis Drake.

The Drake legend holds that the pirate sought a remedy for his crew's scurvy and general malnutrition when he arrived in Cuba in the late 1500's. A common tincture amongst the Cuban middle-class at the time consisted of Aguardiente de Caña (unrefined rum), lime, sugarcane juice, and according to some stories, mint. The drink was called "El Draque" or the dragon, after Drake's nickname. Whatever the mojito's origins, it has made its way across the world, a favorite of Ernest Hemingway's and an extra in a 2002 James Bond Movie.

The ingredients of a mojito are refreshing and simple: rum, lime, soda water, and mint. It can be made with vodka, but we'll let you decide which recipe is better with these delicious takes on the classic mojito.

Ingredients:

1/2 oz. lime juice (squeezed fresh)
1 tsp. finely granulated sugar
3 mint leaves
2 oz. white rum
Club soda or seltzer

Instructions:

Muddle the lime juice with 1/2 to 1 teaspoon sugar and mint leaves. Fill the glass about 2/3 with ice and add rum. Garnish with used lime and and top off with club soda or seltzer.

Ingredients:

1 cup packed fresh mint leaves
4 ounces fresh lime juice
4 ounces Simple Syrup, recipe follows
16 ounces coconut water, chilled
8 ounces white rum, chilled
1 cup granulated sugar (for simple syrup)
Ice

Instructions:
Muddle mint, lime juice and Simple Syrup in a pitcher. Pour in the coconut water and rum. Add ice to fill a pitcher, and stir to combine.

Ingredients:

Ice
5 to 6 fresh mint leaves
2 strawberries, cut into quarters
2 ounces citrus rum
1 ounce simple syrup
1 ounce lime juice

Instructions:

Fill a cocktail shaker with ice. Add the mint and strawberries and muddle all together. Pour in the citrus rum, simple syrup, and lime juice. Shake and pour into a glass. Garnish with strawberries and or mint.
&ndash Guy Fieri for Food Network

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Ingredients :

2 oz light rum
.75 oz lime juice
.75 oz simple syrup
4-5 muddled blackberries
7-10 mint leaves
Soda water

Instructions:

Muddle and shake ingredients without soda water. Add soda water to Collins glass with strained ingredients and ice. Garnish with mint leaves and blackberry. Stir lightly and serve.

&ndashCourtesy Weft & Warp Art Bar + Kitchen in Scottsdale, Arizona

Ingredients:

Handful mint leaves
3 whole raspberries
Juice of 1 lime
2 teaspoons sugar
1 1/2 ounces spiced rum
Club soda
Ice

Instructions:

Muddle the mint, raspberries, lime juice and sugar in the glass. Fill a cocktail shaker with ice add the rum and shake for 15 seconds. Pour into the glass and top with the club soda.
&ndash Rachael Ray

Ingredients:

8 mint leaves
10 blueberries
1/2 oz simple syrup
2 oz blueberry vodka
1 oz lime juice
Club soda or seltzer
Ice

Instructions:

Muddle the mint, blueberries, and syrup in a shaker. Add the lime juice and vodka and fill remaining space with ice. Shake thoroughly. Strain into highball or collins glass&ndashyou can add ice to either of those first if you like&ndash and top off with club soda or seltzer. Garnish with mint and or blueberries.

Ingredients:

4 mangoes peeled and chopped
1 1/2 cups lime juice
2/3 cup packed mint leaves
2 cups rum
2 12 oz cans club soda or seltzer
Ice

Instructions:

Combine mango, rum, and lime juice in blender until smooth. Add mint leaves and blend again. Add club soda or seltzer and stir. Pour over ice and garnish with thin slice of mango.


19 Mojito Recipes That Put a Spin on the Refreshing Classic

These cocktail recipes are a tropical vacation in a glass.

The mojito conjures up tropical reveries, beaches, gold sands, vacation&ndash and there's no coincidence to this association, as the mojito's origin story opens on the seas of the island of Cuba with the infamous pirate Sir Francis Drake.

The Drake legend holds that the pirate sought a remedy for his crew's scurvy and general malnutrition when he arrived in Cuba in the late 1500's. A common tincture amongst the Cuban middle-class at the time consisted of Aguardiente de Caña (unrefined rum), lime, sugarcane juice, and according to some stories, mint. The drink was called "El Draque" or the dragon, after Drake's nickname. Whatever the mojito's origins, it has made its way across the world, a favorite of Ernest Hemingway's and an extra in a 2002 James Bond Movie.

The ingredients of a mojito are refreshing and simple: rum, lime, soda water, and mint. It can be made with vodka, but we'll let you decide which recipe is better with these delicious takes on the classic mojito.

Ingredients:

1/2 oz. lime juice (squeezed fresh)
1 tsp. finely granulated sugar
3 mint leaves
2 oz. white rum
Club soda or seltzer

Instructions:

Muddle the lime juice with 1/2 to 1 teaspoon sugar and mint leaves. Fill the glass about 2/3 with ice and add rum. Garnish with used lime and and top off with club soda or seltzer.

Ingredients:

1 cup packed fresh mint leaves
4 ounces fresh lime juice
4 ounces Simple Syrup, recipe follows
16 ounces coconut water, chilled
8 ounces white rum, chilled
1 cup granulated sugar (for simple syrup)
Ice

Instructions:
Muddle mint, lime juice and Simple Syrup in a pitcher. Pour in the coconut water and rum. Add ice to fill a pitcher, and stir to combine.

Ingredients:

Ice
5 to 6 fresh mint leaves
2 strawberries, cut into quarters
2 ounces citrus rum
1 ounce simple syrup
1 ounce lime juice

Instructions:

Fill a cocktail shaker with ice. Add the mint and strawberries and muddle all together. Pour in the citrus rum, simple syrup, and lime juice. Shake and pour into a glass. Garnish with strawberries and or mint.
&ndash Guy Fieri for Food Network

Shop Now Cocktail Shaker Bar Set, $14.95

Ingredients :

2 oz light rum
.75 oz lime juice
.75 oz simple syrup
4-5 muddled blackberries
7-10 mint leaves
Soda water

Instructions:

Muddle and shake ingredients without soda water. Add soda water to Collins glass with strained ingredients and ice. Garnish with mint leaves and blackberry. Stir lightly and serve.

&ndashCourtesy Weft & Warp Art Bar + Kitchen in Scottsdale, Arizona

Ingredients:

Handful mint leaves
3 whole raspberries
Juice of 1 lime
2 teaspoons sugar
1 1/2 ounces spiced rum
Club soda
Ice

Instructions:

Muddle the mint, raspberries, lime juice and sugar in the glass. Fill a cocktail shaker with ice add the rum and shake for 15 seconds. Pour into the glass and top with the club soda.
&ndash Rachael Ray

Ingredients:

8 mint leaves
10 blueberries
1/2 oz simple syrup
2 oz blueberry vodka
1 oz lime juice
Club soda or seltzer
Ice

Instructions:

Muddle the mint, blueberries, and syrup in a shaker. Add the lime juice and vodka and fill remaining space with ice. Shake thoroughly. Strain into highball or collins glass&ndashyou can add ice to either of those first if you like&ndash and top off with club soda or seltzer. Garnish with mint and or blueberries.

Ingredients:

4 mangoes peeled and chopped
1 1/2 cups lime juice
2/3 cup packed mint leaves
2 cups rum
2 12 oz cans club soda or seltzer
Ice

Instructions:

Combine mango, rum, and lime juice in blender until smooth. Add mint leaves and blend again. Add club soda or seltzer and stir. Pour over ice and garnish with thin slice of mango.


19 Mojito Recipes That Put a Spin on the Refreshing Classic

These cocktail recipes are a tropical vacation in a glass.

The mojito conjures up tropical reveries, beaches, gold sands, vacation&ndash and there's no coincidence to this association, as the mojito's origin story opens on the seas of the island of Cuba with the infamous pirate Sir Francis Drake.

The Drake legend holds that the pirate sought a remedy for his crew's scurvy and general malnutrition when he arrived in Cuba in the late 1500's. A common tincture amongst the Cuban middle-class at the time consisted of Aguardiente de Caña (unrefined rum), lime, sugarcane juice, and according to some stories, mint. The drink was called "El Draque" or the dragon, after Drake's nickname. Whatever the mojito's origins, it has made its way across the world, a favorite of Ernest Hemingway's and an extra in a 2002 James Bond Movie.

The ingredients of a mojito are refreshing and simple: rum, lime, soda water, and mint. It can be made with vodka, but we'll let you decide which recipe is better with these delicious takes on the classic mojito.

Ingredients:

1/2 oz. lime juice (squeezed fresh)
1 tsp. finely granulated sugar
3 mint leaves
2 oz. white rum
Club soda or seltzer

Instructions:

Muddle the lime juice with 1/2 to 1 teaspoon sugar and mint leaves. Fill the glass about 2/3 with ice and add rum. Garnish with used lime and and top off with club soda or seltzer.

Ingredients:

1 cup packed fresh mint leaves
4 ounces fresh lime juice
4 ounces Simple Syrup, recipe follows
16 ounces coconut water, chilled
8 ounces white rum, chilled
1 cup granulated sugar (for simple syrup)
Ice

Instructions:
Muddle mint, lime juice and Simple Syrup in a pitcher. Pour in the coconut water and rum. Add ice to fill a pitcher, and stir to combine.

Ingredients:

Ice
5 to 6 fresh mint leaves
2 strawberries, cut into quarters
2 ounces citrus rum
1 ounce simple syrup
1 ounce lime juice

Instructions:

Fill a cocktail shaker with ice. Add the mint and strawberries and muddle all together. Pour in the citrus rum, simple syrup, and lime juice. Shake and pour into a glass. Garnish with strawberries and or mint.
&ndash Guy Fieri for Food Network

Shop Now Cocktail Shaker Bar Set, $14.95

Ingredients :

2 oz light rum
.75 oz lime juice
.75 oz simple syrup
4-5 muddled blackberries
7-10 mint leaves
Soda water

Instructions:

Muddle and shake ingredients without soda water. Add soda water to Collins glass with strained ingredients and ice. Garnish with mint leaves and blackberry. Stir lightly and serve.

&ndashCourtesy Weft & Warp Art Bar + Kitchen in Scottsdale, Arizona

Ingredients:

Handful mint leaves
3 whole raspberries
Juice of 1 lime
2 teaspoons sugar
1 1/2 ounces spiced rum
Club soda
Ice

Instructions:

Muddle the mint, raspberries, lime juice and sugar in the glass. Fill a cocktail shaker with ice add the rum and shake for 15 seconds. Pour into the glass and top with the club soda.
&ndash Rachael Ray

Ingredients:

8 mint leaves
10 blueberries
1/2 oz simple syrup
2 oz blueberry vodka
1 oz lime juice
Club soda or seltzer
Ice

Instructions:

Muddle the mint, blueberries, and syrup in a shaker. Add the lime juice and vodka and fill remaining space with ice. Shake thoroughly. Strain into highball or collins glass&ndashyou can add ice to either of those first if you like&ndash and top off with club soda or seltzer. Garnish with mint and or blueberries.

Ingredients:

4 mangoes peeled and chopped
1 1/2 cups lime juice
2/3 cup packed mint leaves
2 cups rum
2 12 oz cans club soda or seltzer
Ice

Instructions:

Combine mango, rum, and lime juice in blender until smooth. Add mint leaves and blend again. Add club soda or seltzer and stir. Pour over ice and garnish with thin slice of mango.



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