This summery, modern day mojito adds an injection of fruitiness to a Cuban classic. Goes down particularly well after an impromptu rumba with a stranger – so we’ve been told.
On paper, this probably looks very much like a classic 70s cocktail: packed with just enough flavour goodness to mask the taste of alcohol. And you know what, that is pretty much what this is – and we’re not ashamed to admit it. That doesn’t mean, however, that we’re advocating bellbottoms, platform shoes or dressing like the Fonz.
1. Combine the lime juice and rum in a glass.
2. Add a handful of mint leaves and ice and stir.
3. Shake up the Orangina before topping up the glass and garnishing with mint.
20ml lime juice
Handful of mint leaves