Blueberry Kiwi Mojito

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You can really throw just about any fruit in with a standard mojito and it’ll usually without a doubt, be great. Stick with the basic recipe and you won’t go wrong.

Kiwi Blueberry Mojito
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Ingredients
  1. 5-6 Mint leaves, torn
  2. 2-3 lime wedges
  3. 1/2 oz of simple syrup (I used mint infused simple syrup)
  4. 2 oz of white rum (if you have lemon or any citrus flavored rum that works great too)
  5. splash of soda
Instructions
  1. Tear mint leaves and add to rocks glass along with lime wedges and simple syrup (you can also just sprinkle sugar if you don't have simple syrup)
  2. Muddle these ingredients together
  3. Add rum to the rocks glass and then transfer everything to a shaker.
  4. Shake everything together and then pour back into your rocks glass and top with soda water.
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