According to Liquor.com, the Mojito is the drink bartenders love to hate. It takes too much time to make, it’s a pain to clean up and it’s ordered in quantities far too large by drinkers far too unadventurous.
Yet the Mojito remains one of the most popular cocktails, and for a solid reason: It’s a very, very good drink. It deserves to be constructed with respect and care.
2 SPRIGS MINT
2 TEASPOONS SUGAR
1 LIME, QUARTERED
2 OUNCES LIGHT RUM
In a Collins glass, add mint sprigs and sugar. Muddle by pressing lightly with a muddler to release oils. Drop in lime quarters and muddle to release juice. Add rum, stir, and add ice. Top with soda water. Garnish with a mint sprig and a lime slice.
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