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Best Practices: Less Is More When You’re Making Mojitos

Best Practices: Less Is More When You’re Making Mojitos

It’s easy to botch Mojitos. Despite having four ingredients and breezy, tropical-island vibes, Mojitos require precision. In a drink with so few components, you’ll taste every off flavor, from subpar spirits to from-concentrate citrus. Like their cousins, the Daiquiris, Mojitos are a combination of rum, lime juice, and a sweetener. Mojitos also involve fresh mint, […]

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The Differences Between Rum, Rhum Agricole, and Cachaça

The Differences Between Rum, Rhum Agricole, and Cachaça

With the resurgence of tiki culture, punches, and high-end sipping spirits, expect to notice more space behind the bar dedicated to cane-sugar-based spirits. These bottles span a number of styles and origins and are used to create drinks that may or may not come garnished with an umbrella. What are we talking about? The trio includes […]

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The 5 Best Rums for Your Mojito

The 5 Best Rums for Your Mojito

When it comes to summer drinking, the Mojito is a staple. Its citrusy, minty effervescence is the perfect thirst-quencher on those sweltering hot days beneath the sun. Whether you find yourself lounging poolside, party hopping, or simply sipping on a porch, the mojito is sure to deliver. Making Mojitos at home doesn’t have to be as […]

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The Riondo Prosecco Mojito

The Riondo Prosecco Mojito

When hosting brunch, serving cocktails is a great way to step up your game. As much as we love Mimosas, they tend to get a little played out, which is why we’ve come up with a refreshing alternative that we’re calling the Riondo Prosecco Mojito. Everyone loves Prosecco, but making a cocktail out of your favorite bubbly takes […]

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