Tangerine & Mint Mojito

Mojitos are my favorite. Something about mint tastes so refreshing to me. I’ve never loved rum, so I typically prefer vodka mojitos, much in the same way that vodka is my go-to liquor when creating cocktails. I even got a little bit more creative recently and made this delicious twist on a classic mojito, substituting not only the rum with vodka, but the classic club soda with a diet tangerine lime soda from Trader Joe’s. It made for a great, beachy cocktail on a sunny day. 

Cheers!

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Tangerine & Mint Mojito
A tasty citrus twist on a classic mojito.
lime mojito
Course Drinks
Prep Time 5 minutes
Servings
people
Ingredients
  • 1 can Diet Hansen's tangerine lime soda (or another tangerine lime soda)
  • 8 leaves mint
  • 2-4 cubes sugar
  • 3 shots vodka
  • 6 wedges lime
  • 10 cubes ice
Course Drinks
Prep Time 5 minutes
Servings
people
Ingredients
  • 1 can Diet Hansen's tangerine lime soda (or another tangerine lime soda)
  • 8 leaves mint
  • 2-4 cubes sugar
  • 3 shots vodka
  • 6 wedges lime
  • 10 cubes ice
lime mojito
Instructions
  1. Muddle mint leaves, 4 lime wedges and sugar in glasses
  2. Add ice to each glass
  3. Pour 1.5 shots of vodka and tangerine soda to taste into each glass
  4. Stir and garnish glasses with lime wedges
Recipe Notes

For a less sweet cocktail, use less sugar or use only a dash of tangerine lime soda, and substitute the rest with club soda. 

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