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Mojito Recipe

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Mojito Recipe

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Ingredients

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mint leaves
Sugar
limes
rum
soda water
ice
  • Serves 1
  • Medium

Ingredients

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This drink has it’s origins in warmer climes, where the lime is not an expensive imported citrus and rum is a plenty.

You’ll find that this drink lends itself well to hot summer days by the pool. When I drink Mojito’s (pronounced mo-hee-to) I always feel good about it, well to be honest with you I feel pretty good about drinking any drink, but with this drink I almost feel like I’m doing my body a favour. I mean drinking soda water, fresh citrus, fresh citrus juice and fresh mint must be good for me right? Well apparently not, judging by the Mo-hangovers, but it is too tasty a drink to resist and the day after is still much less an ordeal than when drinking preservative filled wines and cocktails.

Note:You‘ll need a muddler (thin rolling pin or pestle will do), a tall glass and a 30ml shot glass for this recipe.
  1. Place about 5 mint leaves, 3 lime wedges, and 1 tsp sugar in the glass.
  2. Muddle the ingredients together.
  3. Place 2 ice cubes in the glass.
  4. Add a couple more lime wedges and mint leaves, and then top with more ice.
  5. Add 1 shot of rum, stir and top with soda water.

Paul Hegeman

Paul is a personal Chef to exclusive Sydney clients and is also our most frequently contributing writer. Paul was born in The Netherlands and moved to Canada at a very young age.

Experience with traditional European meals at home and the diverse multicultural influence of foods in Canada gave Paul a great appreciation for different culinary styles. Over the years Paul traveled extensively and worked at every level of professional kitchens, from the deep fryer in the local burger joint, to the Head Chef in Five Star Hotels.

He now resides full time in Sydney, Australia with his wife and their children. You will find his recipes emphasize natural, uncomplicated flavours and fresh ingredients such as those found in Mediterranean and South East Asian cuisines.

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