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All You Need is Love and a Hibiscus -Strawberry Mojito Recipe

Strawberry Mojito Recipe

 

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Strawberry Mojito Recipe

Strawberry Mojito Recipe

February is the month of love and new beginnings. As the winter chill slowly departs, you get ready to welcome the freshness of spring- a season that brings with itself not just fragrant flora, but also a chance to start over and embrace all the love around you. However, this year’s ‘month of love’ is not just about romancing your better half, but also celebrating every form of love we witness in our day to day life. And what’s a better way to celebrate diverse forms of love than to make something that combines various forms of flavours to suit everyone’s needs. Something like our signature Hibiscus Strawberry Mojito Recipe- a blend that combines the goodness of sweet hibiscus with the zing of sweet and sour strawberries, along with the hints of sinful white rum.                                                                                                                                                                                                                          The Hibiscus-Strawberry Mojito recipe is crafted with the use of the Hibiscus herbal tisane and Strawberry rush tisane. These tisanes are widely popular for their caffeine-free contents that leave their drinkers envigorated and asking for more. Fruit tisanes are a major part of the tea world, for they are bursting with flavours and are incredibly refreshing. Fruit Tisanes are unique, versatile infusions that are perfect for adults and kids alike. They are delicious, fresh, and composed of fun flavours, offering bold aromatic profiles that open up a new world of taste to its drinkers. Not only can these tisanes be used to make this particular Hibiscus-Strawberry Mojito recipe, but also many others, like lemonades, iced teas, lattes, etc.

Ingredients

  • 3 Tsp Hibiscus Herbal Tisane
  • 3 Tsp Strawberry Rush Tisane
  • 2 Tbsp Sugar
  • 4 pieces Strawberries fresh
  • 4-5 Sprigs Mint Leaves
  • 1 whole Lime Juice
  • 1 Cup Water
  • 1 Cup Club Soda
  • 2 Tbsp White Rum

Instructions

  1. In a saucepan, add water and sugar and bring to a boil.
  2. Turn the gas off, then add Hibiscus tisane and Strawberry tisane to it and let the tisane brew for about 5-6 minutes.
  3. Strain the tisane into a pitcher and let it cool.
  4. In a container, add strawberries (cut into pieces), mint leaves, sugar and muddle them together, making sure only to bruise the ingredients.
  5. To the same muddled ingredients, add lime juice and white rum.
  6. Add the mixture into the cooled tisane pitcher.
  7. Once the entire beverage is cooled, even more, pour into half of two glasses each.
  8. Add ice and top the mixture with club soda.
  9. Garnish with fresh mint leaves.

Recipe Notes

1. The drink can be turned into a virgin mojito, all you have to do is remove the white rum.

2. The mixture (without the club soda) can be stored in the refrigerator for up to three days.                                                                                                                            

More about the Hibiscus-Strawberry Mojito Recipe

To commemorate this romance doused month, we bring to you, our revered Hibiscus-Strawberry Mojito recipe. Crafted by our master blenders, this beverage tantalises its drinker’s senses, leaving them drunk on the goodness of the flower and fruit tisane along with the freshness of lime and mint. The raw strawberries and mint in the Hibiscus- Strawberry Mojito recipe add just the right amount of spring essence, in order to let its drinkers realise that spring has indeed arrived. So, rejoice the ‘month of love’ with your favourite people, and enhance the merry-making with a luscious glass of our favourite signature pick-me-up. For nothing spells love better than a flushed strawberry mojito recipe.

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  1. Darcy Malcolm says: Reply

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