This Pimm's mojito from The Little Owl in New York gets added flavor from a muddled lemon half.
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This easy mojito variation from Area Four in Cambridge, Massachusetts is best with a flavorful, ripe plum or pluot.
We're here to take a look at The Hawthorne, the first bar in which barman Jackson Cannon actually has a personal stake as proprietor. His partner is Garrett Harker of Eastern Standard and Island Creek Oyster bar. We asked Cannon to share five recipes with us from their menu, which focuses largely on stripped down, updated classics.
Do you ever get annoyed with the bits of mint and lime pulp that get stuck in your teeth when drinking a mojito? This version solves the problem by straining the lime and rum-based drink through a tea strainer while adding a bit of complexity with a dash of bitters.
This mojito has been dressed up for a little winter partying with the help of muddled cranberries and a warm cinnamon and orange syrup, plus a dollop of dark rum for added richness.
This week, we cover the favorite tipple of sailors and tiki geeks alike: rum. Now, rum is a tricky category to limit to five essentials; first, there are simply a whole damn lot of rum cocktails around. More importantly, though, the rum category is broad and deep, and the word rum refers to such a mixed bag of spirits.
Made with a tasty rum and the freshest ingredients, this drink transcends the cliché it may have become.
Mojitos are such a refreshing way to chase the sticky morning heat; but if you're like me, the last thing you want is a big mouthful of yard clippings every time you take a sip. And lot of mojitos are so cloying that they leave me even thirstier, rather than slaking a sticky throat the way a proper cocktail should. Clearly this wheel, while not needing reinvention, needed a little tuning.
If you're hosting brunch and you want to serve something a little more creative than the standard mimosa, consider this tart and fresh variation on the mojito. Rather than using club soda to get fizzy, this drink employs a little sparkling wine, plus a handful of muddled grapes to add a fruity complexity.