In summer heat, an original non-alcoholic Mojito, based on a sprite with refreshing notes of mint and lime, will quench thirst perfectly.
Mojito has a very long winding history, the participants of which where both filibusters and African priests. The name of the cocktail is interpreted by researchers in many different ways. For example, in West Africa mojo means a bag of drugs used for magical rituals. In Cuba and the Canaries mojo is also a popular hot spicy sauce.
In 1910, a cocktail called MOJITO Batido appeared in the bar of La Concha in Havana.Further, the contribution to the popularity of the Cuban mint cocktail was given by a special law adopted by the United States government. After the ban on alcohol Americans began to enjoy themselves in Cuba, and “Mojito” turned to be an ideal replacement for the mint julep, beloved by southerners.
What products to take
- Sprite 150g
- Mint 10 g
- Lime 0.5 pcs.
- Cane sugar 1 tsp
- Ice crumb – to taste
How to prepare this dish
First of all cut the lime.
Put mint and lime into a glass.
Add the requested amount of cane sugar.
Mash everything carefully.
Add ice crumbs.
Pour the mixture into a shaker and beat it.
Pour the mixture into a glass
Decorate the cocktail with a mint leaf and lime. Your perfect non-alcoholic mojito is ready! Enjoy!