The Mojito

Definitely one of the most famous cocktail in the world.

How to make a traditional Mojito:

  • Muddle 6 mint leaves and 3 limes wedges;
  • 1.5 oz simple syrup;
  • 0.5 oz of lime juice
  • 1.5 oz of rhum
Add ice, shake, and pour.
 
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Wild Roots Spirits:


Wild Roots Huckleberry Infused Vodka

Mint simple syrup

Club soda

Garnished with a lime

 
 

Discovered in Cuba during the 1910’s, at a time when the Cuba mafia reigned, the Mojito is the indisputable summer cocktail. But it's time to learn how to make other original recipes of this cocktail for when we're hosting friends.

However, there is a lot of discussion about the best way to realize the Mojito cocktail with white or dark rhum? Lime or lemon? White or brown sugar? Mint or peppermint? Sparkling water or tonic?…

It’s up to you to decide!


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Stone Barn Brandyworks:

Cranberry Mojito

2oz Cranberry liqueur

1oz rum

Fresh mint

One lime, cut in half

Ginger ale

 
 
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Westward Whiskey:

1.5 pineapple

1.5 magdalena

.5 KFA

1 simple syrup

0.5 lime

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New Deal Distillery:

Distiller's Cut Rum

Mint

Lime

Simple syrup

Soda