Recipe by ELIZARDC
"I worked in a restaurant that was famous for its mojitos. Every server had their own style and this was mine."
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2 fluid ounces
4 fluid ounces
I actually bought a muddler to make this recipe. This tasted good, but I couldn't really taste the mint at all. It tasted like limeade with a bite.
Just using lime juice instead of lime pieces sacrifices the lime oil in the skin, which gives it the wonderful fragrance. There's hardly any need for a muddler when all you're doing is mixing lime juice and sugar.
Looks similar to how I make mojitos and they are excellent! Bob--did you not notice that the mint leaves are part of the muddling? That is the main reason for muddling. I do use a LOT more mint since I have a bunch in my garden and we like the mint flavor.
Excellent just the way it is! I love these. the fresh ingredients make it crisp.
When I can find some dry, old fashioned ginger ale (Jamaican), I substitute it for the soda water. It gives it some bite. It changes the taste but its great.
More Lime...More Mint...Fine Sugar so that it melts well...Delicioso
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/1 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 1
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: < 1
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