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Mojitos for a crowd made simple

Batch-Muddled Mojitos

Appears in July-August 2017

10 minutes

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Batch-Muddled Mojitos

A stand mixer makes muddling mojitos for a crowd a breeze. The syrup and rum can be combined, covered and refrigerated for up to 24 hours; any longer than that and the flavors mellow too much. We especially enjoy the slight salinity of San Pellegrino with these mojitos, but any carbonated water works. If you prefer to mix individual servings, don’t combine the rum and syrup. Instead, fill highball glasses with ice, pour 1½ ounces syrup and 2 ounces rum into each, stir, then top with carbonated water, if using.




Don’t forget to wash the limes to remove any wax or residue that may be on them. Warm water works best.

10 minutes

Ellen H.

Love this recipe! Just have always been confused about THE SALT. How much?

Lynn C.

Hi Ellen -

Just a pinch is all you need! As the article states, even just a pinch of salt "enhances the syrup’s sweetness by curbing the perception of bitterness." Hope that helps!

The Milk Street Team

Natalia S.

This is fantastic! Love
This drink and what a great technique!!

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