A collection of 11 Mint Cocktail Recipes from talented mixologists from around the internet.
Week 3 of our tour of Cocktails from the Garden has us visiting Mint. I think we can all agree that finding as many uses for mint as possible is a good thing. I mean, I love a fresh sprig of mint, but mint has a way of overstaying its welcome in a big way. AmIRight? So, it is with gratitude for that I share these delightful Mint Cocktail Recipes.
A refreshing cocktail made with vodka, lime juice, mint and ginger ale.
A super summer sipper, Pisco Lemonade with Lemongrass and Mint requires a couple of fresh ingredients, a bottle of pisco, and a few minutes of “active” time… It’s a perfect hot-weather adult beverage, but leave out the pisco, and it’s bound to please young and old alike!
A classic Moscow Mule gets a fruity twist with this recipe for Fresh Pineapple Mint Moscow Mules.
Ditch the margaritas, and enjoy a refreshing Coconut Mojito for your Cinco de Mayo ... or any day ... sipping. Such a delicious combination of fresh mint, lime, & coconut!
Enjoy this refreshing summer cocktail recipe showcasing sweet strawberries, fresh mint, and whisky! Perfect to drink on a hot day!
Chill with this easy 5-ingredient cucumber mojito. The perfect cocktail with a subtle taste of cucumber, a hint of mint and the bright flavor of fresh limes.
Love bourbon? Learn how to make a mint julep from scratch! This classic Kentucky mint cocktail recipe is perfect for hot summer days and Derby day!
Fresh watermelon and sweet agave syrup combine with mint leaves and lemon juice in this simple, yet decadent Watermelon Mint Martini.
Add a shot of vodka to this refreshing Morrocan Mint Lemonade for a lovely adult beverage
A twist on the Kentucky Derby classic Mint Julep, this citrusy Orange Mint Julep recipe is perfect for enjoying on a summer afternoon. The mint, orange, and bourbon pair perfectly in this recipe creating a small kick of flavor that will send you over the edge.
The trick to creating a great mojito is all in using the freshest ingredients, selecting a great white rum, and taking the time to prepare a simple sugar syrup that you can have on hand for all of your drinks
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