National Mojito Day
People from around the country drink a glass to celebrate National Mojito Day on July 11th each year. White rum, sugar, lime juice, sparkling water, and mint are among the ingredients in the cocktail.
The Mojito is a traditional Cuban highball drink, and although it is thought to be a drink favored by author Ernest Hemingway, it hasn't been tested. The tale behind Hemingway and the Mojito seems to be a tall tale meant to attract visitors and sell drinks. Isn't every origin story behind a drink that was supposed to sell more of the original anyway?
It doesn't matter if Hemingway had a Mojito or even liked it. This refreshing cocktail is gaining traction in the summertime due to its low alcohol content, citrus, and mint flavors. The exhilarating flavor is both a summer and a palate stimulator. The Mojito makes a perfect match with barbecues and evenings at the beach, making it a perfect match for barbecues and evenings.
Despite being born in Cuba, the Mojito's precise origins are uncertain, with roots dating back to 1586.
Fruit is added to the Mojito for unique summer combinations, and a variety of fruit dishes add fruit to the Mojito. The already refreshing beverage can be mixed in large pitchers for serving a crowd or individual drinks for one or two people. Mixes also come with the convenience of simply adding rum. However, fresh, simple ingredients give off the best flavor of a Mojito.
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On the patio or deck, mix up a pitcher to enjoy Mojitos with friends. It will be hot summer day, too. (Remember to drink responsibly, not to drink and drive) (Remember to drink responsibly and never to drink and drive).
Desserts are also inspired by the Mojito's vibrant summer flavor. We've found some delectable recipes to try. Won't you post yours, too?
The Real Mojito Mojito Cheesecake Mojito Cupcake
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