Sparkling Lime-Mint Quencher - tastes like a mojito cup freshly squeezed lime juice cup fresh mint leaves, loosely packed 2 TBS pure maple syrup, more to taste (stevia or agave nectar) 2 cups sparkling seltzer water
Mojito Fresco To turn this brisk lime-flavored rum drink, Mojito Fresco -- pronounced "moh-HEE-toe," -- into a margarita, substitute tequila for the rum and serve in a salt-rimmed glass. See Mojito Fresco recipe
Peach mojito recipe: Ingredients: oz white rum (Myer’s is my favorite) 1 small, ripe peach, skin removed and sliced small handful fresh mint leaves juice of 1 lime 1 teaspoon raw (turbinado) sugar club soda
foodopia: “ Basil Mojito ” Ingredients: sugar syrup or 1 T sugar 1 lime (half juiced, and half cut into wedges a shot of white rum (as much as you like but is good) 6 – 10 basil leaves soda water extra slices of lime to.
blackberry sage cooler This is a refreshing, easy way to make a soda that’s lower in sugar and tastes great. A sage simple syrup is mixed with some pureed blackberries and topped off with some club soda. The perfect refreshment for a hot summer day!
A refreshing minty drink perfect for lounging poolside! Free tutorial with pictures on how to mix a mojito in under 5 minutes by mixing drinks with mint leaves, ice, and lime. Recipe posted by MagicalGirlMaya. in the Recipes section Difficulty: Easy.
Raspberry Mojito: Add tsp sugar, fresh mint leaves, 2 lime wedges and a splash of club soda to a tall glass. Add ice to glass. Add rum and Chambord Black Raspberry Liqueur. Stir to mix. Top with a splash of soda.