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  • Stacy Snively

    strawberry mint mojito recipe For each mojito, you will need: 4-5 fresh strawberries, depending on size Small handful of fresh mint leaves 3 oz simple syrup (even amounts of sugar and water, heated until the sugar melts, and cooled to room temperature) 2 oz rum 1 1/2 tsp fresh lime juice Club soda Lime slices Place strawberries, mint, and some ice (crushed ice works best) in a tall glass. Muddle the ingredients together with the back of a spoon (or a muddler if you have one.) Add simple syrup, rum, and lime juice. Pour in enough club soda to fill the glass. Give the mixture a stir, and garnish with fresh strawberries and lime slices

  • Angie Phillips

    Sweeter than I like, but a nice spring twist on a favorite summer drink. I leave out the simple syrup completely.

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