How to Make a Mojito beach Cocktail
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There is nothing quite like sitting on the beach, watching the sun go down in to what looks like the water enjoying an end of the day cocktail. A Mojito Beach Cocktail is one of my favorites for enjoying this perfect scene.
The perfect blend of crisp yet sweet. Delicious with a pop of mint.
But when you hear the term muddle, many automatically think what is muddle? I can’t do that at home.
Yes you can, and I’m going to explain how easy it is to enjoy this cocktail indigenous to Cuba. All the flavors you would find in this country are in this refreshing cocktail.
Ingredients in a Mojito Beach Cocktail
What do you need to make a Mojito?
- 1.5 ounces White Rum
- 1/2 Club Soda
- 2 tablespoons to taste Sugar
- 10 Mint Leaves
That’s it. 5 simple ingredients.
Cut lime into quarters. Place 1/4 lime wedge with the mint leaves into the bottom of a cocktail glass.
Muddle. This simply means to crush together to release the juices and combine. If you do not have a muddler, you can use a wooden spoon or mortar and pestle.
Really don’t stress about it. You can get one on Amazon for under $7 here: cocktail muddler
Add another quarter lime plus sugar and muddle a second time.
Add ice cubes to top of your cocktail glass.
Fill the glass with club soda. Garnish with remaining limes. That’s it!
p.s. You can get more beach cocktail recipes here: Beach Cocktails.
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Denise Sanger lives a life split between her love for fitness and her passion for travel particularly to the BEACH. Denise also has a love of marketing and lives in beautiful Suwannee County, Florida. You can find out more about Denise here: About Denise