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Table of Contents:
- Is Mojito a hard drink?
- What your drink says about you mojito?
- What does mojito taste like?
- How do you make a mojito less bitter?
- Can I use mint extract instead of mint leaves?
- What can mint extract be used for?
Is Mojito a hard drink?
Traditionally, a mojito is a cocktail that consists of five ingredients; white rum, sugar, lime juice, soda water, and mint. Sounds simple, but it needs a lot of care, attention, and muddling. “The reason why the mojito is the hardest drink to make, let's say you're at a club and you ask for a mojito.
What your drink says about you mojito?
"Mojitos are the official drink of Fun People." "Mojitos are simultaneously a dumb drink for amateurs and a classy drink for the refined." "Mojitos are for people who want to get revenge on bartenders." "Also people who feel guilty about not having had a salad for lunch.
What does mojito taste like?
Mojitos tastes like a fizzy mint lime drink that's a bit sweet. You can't taste the rum (which makes it dangerous!!) and it's incredibly refreshing and extremely easy to drink!
How do you make a mojito less bitter?
In your cocktail shaker, add a good white rum, fresh lime juice and simple syrup (homemade is best). Then add 5-10 mint leaves. Use the smaller leaves for more minty-flavors and less bitterness.
Can I use mint extract instead of mint leaves?
Although the two ingredients, fresh mint and mint extract, may differ only slightly in flavor, they are very different when it comes to potency. ... Anywhere from 1/4 to 1/2 teaspoon of mint extract can be successfully substituted for a full tablespoon of cut and compacted mint leaves.
What can mint extract be used for?
Peppermint extract can be used to add a peppermint flavor to baked goods, desserts, and candy, particularly candy canes, mints, and peppermint patties. Extracts for cooking may be labeled as pure, natural, imitation, or artificial.
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