A mojito is a classic cocktail that’s perfect for parties, BBQs and gatherings. It's time to learn how to make one!
A mojito is a mix of lime, white rum, fresh mint and sugar, all topped off with soda water for a refreshing drink that evokes holidays and time at the beach in the sunshine.
Mojitos are easy to make – you just need the right tools for the job! With a muddler and a glass, you can make one of the most delicious and well-known cocktails around.
A muddler is a stick-like tool used by bartenders to extract more flavour out of the ingredients, in a similar way that you would use a pestle and mortar. With a muddler, you can press down on the mint leaves to infuse your lime, rum and soda water with a more refreshing taste.
You may be enjoying the flavours of a classic mojito so much that you want to branch out your repertoire of flavours to offer your guests. Luckily, the mojito works well with other flavour combinations, so it’s ideal for alternative recipes. These are a few suggestions you can try.
This exotic beverage is great for the summer, evoking the feeling of being pool-side in a luxury resort. It uses ingredients that are easy to find and is a quick cocktail to pull together for you and your guests to enjoy.
Whether you’re serving guests who will be driving, who don’t drink or you just fancy something light and refreshing, this raspberry non-alcoholic mojito fits the bill. It’s fruity, tangy and perfect for BBQs and outdoor parties.