BACARDI Rum is Ready for Mojito Day

Thursday 11th, July 2019 / 14:04 Written by
BACARDI Rum is Ready for Mojito Day

Grab Your Mint Leaves – It’s Time to Celebrate National Mojito Day with BACARDI Rum

With National Mojito Day taking place today here are two exciting mojito recipes from BACARDÍ, that add a tasty twist to the classic cocktail we know and love.

A hot new take on the classic mojito, is the BACARDÍ Lime Mojito. A sweet and zesty fusion of BACARDÍ’s newest flavor – BACARDÍ Lime, this libation combines caster sugar, mint leaves, lime wedges, and club soda to create a timeless rendition of the iconic Cuban highball that will transport you to Old Havana.

If you’re in the market for a mojito but you’re feeling a bit more audacious, the BACARDÍ Pomegranate Mojito might tickle your fancy! Combining the backbone of any good mojito – BACARDÍ Superior with Liber & Co pomegranate syrup, club soda, lime juice, sugar, and mint, this heady concoction is sure to help you understand why we’ve reserved a whole day to sing the mojito’s praises.

BACARDÍ Lime Mojito

BACARDI Rum Mojito day

2 parts BACARDÍ® Lime Flavored Rum

4 Lime Wedges

6-8 Fresh Mint Leaves

2 tbsp Caster Sugar

1 part Club Soda

1 Sprig of fresh mint

Method: Add the lime wedges, sugar and mint leaves and gently muddle until the limes release juice. Add BACARDÍ Lime Flavored Rum and mix the ingredients with a bar spoon. Fill with crushed ice and stir once again. Add club soda and garnish with mint.

BACARDÍ Pomegranate Mojito

BACARDI Rum Mojito day

1 ½ parts BACARDÍ Superior rum

1 part Liber & Co. pomegranate syrup

¼ part fresh lime juice and sugar

1 part Club Soda

9 each Mint Leaves

Method: Gently muddle green mint leaves with the grenadine in a mason jar. Add the rocks mix, BACARDÍ Superior rum and ice and shake for five seconds. Top with club soda and garnish with a fresh mint leaf.

About Bacardi Rum

February 4, 1862. The Bacardí family, led by Don Facundo Bacardí Massó, buy a distillery in Santiago de Cuba. They throw away the rule book and make their own unique blends with a revolutionary rum-making process that would change the way rum was made forever.

The Bat – In Cuba, bats are considered lucky. When Doña Amalia Bacardí spotted fruit bats in the distillery, she insisted that a bat should appear on every bottle. Has our little mascot helped us survive and succeed against the odds? We’ll never know – but the bat is here to stay.

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