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.
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.
Made with a tasty rum and the freshest ingredients, this drink transcends the cliché it may have become.
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.