MUDDLE THINGS UP This effervescent cocktail was inspired by Havana’s vibrant lifestyle in the 1920s. While Hemingway’s Cuba is long gone, its spirit lives on in this sweet, sparkling blend of muddled mint, cane sugar, and lime juice. It’s extremely versatile too. Mix it with rum for Southsides and Bootleggers, with bourbon for Mint Juleps, or with Savannah Tea for iced tea. Did you know: A Virgin Mojito (made without alcohol) is called a “Nojito.” Simple Mojito 3 oz. Stirrings Mojito Mixer 1.5 oz. 10 Cane Rum 3 oz. Stirrings Club Soda Garnish: lime wedge and a sprig of mint In a cocktail shaker combine Mojito Mixer rum and plenty of ice. Cover and shake vigorously. Add 2 parts Club Soda and mix gently. Pour into a cocktail glass and garnish with a wedge of lime and a sprig of mint. Tanqueray Julep You’ve heard of the Mint Julep: This is its modern rendition. 0.5 oz. Stirrings Mojito Mixer 1.25 oz.Tanqueray Rangpur Gin Stirrings Club Soda Layer ingredients in a glass. Enjoy! Coconut Mojito 2 oz. Stirrings All Natural Mojito Mix (50 calories) 1.5 oz. CÎROC Coconut (63 calories) Splash of club soda (0 calories) In a cocktail shaker combine Mojito Mixer, CÎROC Coconut vodka and plenty of ice. Cover and shake vigorously. Add Club Soda and mix gently. Pour into a cocktail glass and garnish with a wedge of lime and a sprig of mint.