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Posted: Friday, April 09, 2010 9:49:41 AM

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With 10 Mojito recipes!
Stolen from Mademan.com


Classic Mojito
We’ll start off with the one we’re all comfortable with: the traditional mojito. You can drop in a little sour mix before you add the soda water to give it some more lime sweetness and we suggest using a lime flavored rum. It does the body good.
3 oz. of rum
2 limes
1 oz. simple syrup
4-5 mint leaves
Sour mix (optional)
Finish with soda water

Mango Mojito
If you like mango, this drink will get you all giddy. The mango pieces should be cut into small pieces for easy muddling. If you want to back off on the mango flavor, use regular rum.
3 oz. mango rum
2 limes
1 oz. simple syrup
Handful of mango fruit
4-5 mint leaves
Finish with soda water

Raspberry Mojito
You may feel like less of a man drinking a raspberry drink, but if you try it once, you will realize it can be addicting. Drink it indoors if you’re embarrassed to gulp it in public.
1 ½ oz. of rum
1 ½ oz. raspberry rum
2 limes
1 oz. simple syrup
1 oz. Chambord
4-5 raspberries
4-5 mint leaves
Finish with soda water

Strawberry Mojito
The trick with the strawberry mojito is to back off the mint a bit. The strawberries should be larger in size and the puree should go in before muddling. It’s like a daiquiri and a mojito spawned a wonderful booze child.
3 oz. of rum
2 limes
1 oz. simple syrup
2 strawberries
2 oz. strawberry puree
3 mint leaves
Finish with soda water

Orange Mojito
Less mint leaves here and more orange flavor. Some people use an orange soda instead of soda water to finish this one off, but that comes down to preference. Just don’t forget the rum.
3 oz. of rum
1 lime
1 oz. simple syrup
2 oz. orange juice
3 wedges of oranges
3 mint leaves
Finish with soda water

Melon Mojito
This one is lower in alcohol content, which means you can drink more of them, right? We go with one lime in this recipe in order for the melon flavor to be dominant. That’s the way to do it.
1 ½ oz. of rum
1 ½ oz. Midori
1 lime
1 oz. simple syrup
4-5 mint leaves
Finish with soda water

Coconut Mojito
This one brings the pina colada flavor (minus the pineapple) to the classic mojito. We suggest shaking this one if you have a shaker, because the coconut milk froths nicely and adds to the flavor.
1 ½ oz. of rum
1 ½ oz. Malibu
1 lime
1 oz. simple syrup
2 oz. coconut milk
3-4 mint leaves
Finish with soda water

Frozen Mojito
Instead of muddling, throw the contents in a blender and blend together. Then throw in the rum and about two cups of ice and blend until it looks like a frozen drink should look.
3 oz. of rum
2 limes
1 oz. simple syrup
4-5 mint leaves
2 cups of ice
Finish with soda water

Apple Mojito
Apples do not muddle very easily, but adding the apple wedge to the mix will give it just the right kick. The apple juice will give you the rest of the apple taste your mouth so desperately desires. Note: Vodka can be substituted instead of rum.
3 oz. of rum or vodka
2 lime
1 slice of apple
1 oz. simple syrup
2 oz. apple juice
4-5 mint leaves
Finish with soda water

Island Mojito
This is what we like to call ‘the grandaddy of mojitos’. It combines all things island: mint, pineapple, sugar cane, and coconut. Sure, you have to pick up a lot of ingredients, but you’ll be happy you did.
1 oz. of rum
1 oz. Malibu
1 oz. pineapple flavored rum
2 lime
4-5 pineapple chunks
1 oz. simple syrup
1 oz. coconut milk
1 oz. pineapple juice
½ oz. triple sec
½ oz. sugar cane
4-5 mint leaves
Finish with soda water



Algol
Posted: Friday, April 09, 2010 9:52:30 AM

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You're on a Mojito kick I see... I'll wait and make them when my mint is ready (another month or twocrybaby)

Cheers Chef!occasion5

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Guest
Posted: Friday, April 09, 2010 9:58:59 AM

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Cheers Al. Frankly, I've never had one in my life! 6
Algol
Posted: Friday, April 09, 2010 10:03:21 AM

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I like'm when it hot out very refreshing... I like mine better (made with love lol) than at the bars.

Algol

scooter
Posted: Friday, April 09, 2010 11:43:14 AM

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I never even had one yet,
But I'd like them any wheres
Guest
Posted: Friday, April 09, 2010 12:23:43 PM

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Liquor and I really don't get along well. It tells me to do stuff like dancing on tables, driving, and other things we won't talk about that I keep saying that I don't want to do, but, it makes me do it.
Algol
Posted: Friday, April 09, 2010 12:51:31 PM

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chefkathleen wrote:
Liquor and I really don't get along well. It tells me to do stuff like dancing on tables, driving, and other things we won't talk about that I keep saying that I don't want to do, but, it makes me do it.


Alright! When did you want to go, I'll buy...dancenude 6

Algol

Dancing_Doll
Posted: Friday, April 09, 2010 2:53:52 PM

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Wow! Thanks for the amazing recipes. I'll be saving those!

Mojitos are one of my favorite drinks (I have a weakness for mint in all variations), and I've never seen some of those combos!

Just in time for the weekend!

Well done...

ducky69
Posted: Saturday, April 10, 2010 5:35:18 AM

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The classic sound yummmmmmm......

Rubber Ducky your the one, you make my life so much fun
Guest
Posted: Saturday, April 10, 2010 7:02:33 AM

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i like mojitos, sounds yummy. Thanks kathleen, would try some 3601
Guest
Posted: Saturday, April 10, 2010 7:04:55 AM

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Mojitos are awesome ..very refreshing and not too sweet which is my problem with most cocktails
cmsouza729
Posted: Saturday, April 10, 2010 8:34:01 AM

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Mmmmm, Mojitos. My fave!!!!!
sazraz
Posted: Saturday, April 10, 2010 10:37:09 AM

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not much of a mojito fan myself....prefer a gin and tonic personally
Guest
Posted: Saturday, April 10, 2010 2:52:44 PM

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Loislane wrote:
Mojitos are awesome ..very refreshing and not too sweet which is my problem with most cocktails



That gets to me too. Makes me sick to drink sweet drinks.
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