"This is a traditional mojito recipe, very similiar to the drinks I enjoyed in Varadero, Cuba. The muddling and the order of the ingredients helps ensure that all the flavours are well blended. Serve with a straw and a decorative stir stick to keep the different flavours well mixed together. Mint sprigs may be used for a garnish instead of lime wedges. Enjoy!" — TealaB
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lime, cut into 4 wedges
lime, as garnish
This is a true Mojito! A must have recipe-I spend most of my summers in and around the Carribean, this drink always takes me back there!
This drink is just o.k. I have made this for several different gatherings, adding more sugar each time, and I still hear from guests that it needs to be sweeter.
Really good mojitos but we went out and bought a muddler the next day because I couldn't get the mint nice and mashed!
YUM! Just like vacation. Made recipe exactly. Perfect.
THIS is a real mojito!!
Not sweet enough for my taste. Even doubled the sugar.
Mojitos' generally are sweeter in my opinion however, those who opted for the drink liked it.
Refreshing, simple and delicious! I added lilikoi juice to mine and liked it even more, yum!
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