A wildly popular white rum based cocktail all across the world, the Mojito has inspired several other interpretations of itself with many different types of alcoholic drinks. One such exciting twist on the traditional Mojito is the Whisky Mojito.
Considered to be a particular favourite among whisky lovers who love a certain amount of whimsy with their drinks, the Whisky Mojito is the obvious choice. It is a not just a refreshing drink to beat the heat but is also the perfect accompaniment for a get-together with friends and family over something as simple and exciting as a board game, or even a game of foosball for that matter.
The Whisky Mojito is as easy-to-prepare as can be, with ingredients that aren’t difficult to find in kitchens in just about any place on Earth. When it comes to whisky, the Whisky Mojito must ideally be prepared with an extraordinary whisky that is just as smooth as it is flavourful. The iconic Blenders Pride blended Indian whisky is a good choice for the Whisky Mojito owing to its smooth taste which works wonderfully with the other flavours in the drink.
To prepare this whisky drink, you can be your own bartender, improvising this spending whisky cocktail in any manner you prefer, playing fast and loose with the ingredients until you find the right balance that works for you!
Step 1: Add the Mint Leaves and Sugar Syrup into a cocktail shaker, and bruise the leaves gently.
Step 2: Add ice cubes, squeeze the lime juice into the mixture, and add the Blenders Pride whisky and Triple Sec. Now gently stir the mixture with a bar spoon.
Step 3: Pour the entire mixture into a Highball glass, and add Club Soda to the glass.
Step 4: Garnish with the lime wedge, and enjoy your delicious whisky drink.
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