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Blood Orange Mojito

Blood Orange Mojito created by Northwestgal

I created this blood orange mojito when I wanted to do a pomagranate mojito and my juice was not good. I had to substitute with another juice and I chose Blood orange juice. Then it was too sweet. I had to reduce the quantity of sugar.

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  • Combine the sugar, lemon juice and mint leaves in a tall glass; mash with the back of a spoon.
  • Mix in the rum and blood orange juice.
  • Fill glass with ice.
  • Top with a splash of ginger ale.
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"I created this blood orange mojito when I wanted to do a pomagranate mojito and my juice was not good. I had to substitute with another juice and I chose Blood orange juice. Then it was too sweet. I had to reduce the quantity of sugar."
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  1. Northwestgal
    I used ginger ale, to see how it would blend with orange juice, and I really liked it (though it was more golden in color than Club Soda, and sort of washed out the orange juice--but that didn't effect the taste). But I thought the rum was a little overpowering in this drink and drown out some of the other fantastic taste sensations. So I would cut the rum to perhaps 4 Tbsp so the other interesting flavors had a chance in the spotlight. But it was a very good drink. Thanks, Boomette.
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  2. Northwestgal
    Blood Orange Mojito Created by Northwestgal
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  3. Boomette
    I created this blood orange mojito when I wanted to do a pomagranate mojito and my juice was not good. I had to substitute with another juice and I chose Blood orange juice. Then it was too sweet. I had to reduce the quantity of sugar.
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