BLOOD ORANGE MOJITO

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Ellen Bales

By
@Starwriter

This dessert drink has exceptional eye-appeal. The blood orange gives it that beautiful color as well as flavor. Makes one drink--if you want more, do the math!
Recipe & photo: bsinthekitchen.com

Rating:

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Serves:
1
Prep:
5 Min
Method:
Blend

Ingredients

  • 8-10
    fresh mint leaves
  • 1/2
    lime
  • 1
    blood orange
  • 1-2 tsp
    sugar (to taste)
  • 1-2 oz
    white rum (to taste)
  • 1/2 c
    club soda
  • 1/2 c
    crushed ice

How to Make BLOOD ORANGE MOJITO

Step-by-Step

  1. Cut the blood orange in half; cut off one slice to save for garnish, using the rest for juice.
  2. In a cocktail mixer, add mint leaves, sugar, and juice of half a lime. Mash several times with a spoon (or use a cocktail muddler) to release flavor from the mint leaves.
  3. Add the juice from the blood orange, rum, crushed ice and finish with soda.
  4. Garnish with wedge from blood orange and a mint leaf.

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About BLOOD ORANGE MOJITO

Course/Dish: Cocktails
Main Ingredient: Alcohol
Regional Style: Cuban
Other Tag: Quick & Easy
Hashtags: #orange #rum #lime



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