Servings: one; recipe doubles or quadruples easily
A hot summer day calls for a cool drink like this refreshing Cuban mint and lime cocktail (it’s pronounced moh-HEE-toh). If your barware is particularly fragile, muddle the mint and sugar together in a mortar or other vessel and then transfer it to the serving glass.
Check out the Drinks & Entertaining page to find out how to make a Queen Bee Mojito, as well as dozens of other fun summer cocktail recipes.
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Great recipe. We've been making it for years and grow the spearmint in our garden precisely because summer = mojitos!
They work for me! They may get 5 stars after two more.
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