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Watermelon & Cucumber Mojitos
Y’all some winter storm is supposed to hit the east coast and we’re not happy. In fact, we’re just sitting over here thinking about sandy beaches and mojitos…
- 1 seedless watermelon pureed
- 1/2 English cucumber pureed
- 2 limes juiced
- 1/2 cup mint muddled
- 8 oz vodka chilled
- 1 large bottle sparkling water chilled (I prefer PC brand, San Pellegrino or Perrier)
- Ice cubes
Using a blender or juicer, puree watermelon and cucumber together. Strain using a fine-mesh sieve if using a blender to remove pulp and set juice aside (preferably in the fridge to chill).
Juice limes, then muddle with mint using a wooden spoon or a muddler if you have one. Put the mixture in a shaker with ice and shake for 15-20 seconds. Strain into a large pitcher.
Add juice to a large pitcher, then vodka and bottle of sparkling water.
- Pour into glasses filled with ice and enjoy!
Today’s drink is from The Girl on Bloor
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