Virgin Mojito - Mocktail with Lemon and Mint

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Virgin Mojito - Mocktails
I know it’s winters right now, but it’s the festive season with Valentine’s Day just around the corner. So even though it’s cold outside, you might wanna have a few options for mocktails for the parties and get togethers at home. Now, for the hard drinks, you can have ample options. (And with scotch and wine on the table no one usually cares about cocktails!) But for our mocktail lovers, here’s a very interesting option – The Virgin Mojito. I was so thrilled when they launched it at KFC in India. It’s super refreshing in summers and even during winters one can enjoy it after a long shopping day or just when you feel like this minty taste. Very easy and simple to make, you’ll have a glass made in 5 mins flat!

Time: 5 mins
Serves 4
Ingredients
15 mint leaves
2 teaspoon sugar
4 tbsp fresh lime juice
1 tbsp simple sugar syrup
Ice as per liking
3 glasses of chilled ginger ale / club soda / sparkling water / Sprite / Mountain Dew

Directions
  • In a shakes or big glass, add crushed mint leaves, sugar, lime juice and simple Syrup.
  • Add ice and shake well.
  • Pour this into 4 long glasses.
  • Top with the ginger ale, soda, sprite or dew. Stir with a spoon and serve!
  • For the calorie conscious, you can replace the sugar with Sugarfree or splenda. Enjoy!

8 comments:

  1. Wow....looks refreshing....wonderful pics...


    Helen
    http://myworldmyhome2012.blogspot.in

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  2. Hi Ashima,

    A cool and rejuvenating thirst quencher, I've always loved mojito. That's my choice of drink whenever I'm outside.
    Thanks for sharing the recipe :)

    Regards

    Jay
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  3. My one of d favourite drink.. I luv it..

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  4. Wow this looks amazingly refreshing. Thanks for sharing this, I was looking for a nice refreshing drink for summer when your post came up. I usually buy packaged juices like KDD harvest’s juices and add salt, chilly powder and mint to add some flavor. I will try this for sure.

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  5. Energetic drink..evry bdy loved when served in kty...I added water and soda ..try it..

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  6. This drink is not only refreshing but also helpful in weightloss
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  7. Liked your recipe a lot. Looking forward for some more mocktail recipes. Keep up the good work.

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