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Plumcot Mint Mojitos
The sweet-tart flavor of sliced plumcots accented against the zesty freshness of lime and mint makes this summer sipper one you’ll want to keep on rotation all season long.
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Recipe - Lakeville North
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Plumcot Mint Mojitos
Prep Time15 Minutes
Servings2
Cook Time15 Minutes
Ingredients
1 medium plumcot
4 teaspoons granulated sugar, plus more if needed
8 mint leaves, plus more for garnish
4 oz light rum
3/4 oz fresh lime juice
1 cup club soda
Lime wedges
Directions
  1. Cut a thin slice off two sides of 1 plumcot, cut a slit halfway through each slice and set aside for garnish. Chop the remaining plumcot.
  2. In a small pitcher, muddle 4 tsp granulated sugar, 8 mint leaves and chopped plumcot until pulverized. Add 4 oz rum and ¾ oz fresh lime juice and stir. Strain into glasses. Add ice and top with ½ cup club soda, each. Garnish with plumcot slice, mint leaves, and a lime wedge.
15 minutes
Prep Time
15 minutes
Cook Time
2
Servings

Shop Ingredients

Makes 2 servings
1 medium plumcot
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Fresh Black Plumcot, 0.2 Pound
$0.90 avg/ea$4.49/lb
4 teaspoons granulated sugar, plus more if needed
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Essential Everyday Sugar, Granulated, Pure, 4 Pound
$1.99 each with My Cub Rewards
$2.99 was $2.99$0.75/lb
8 mint leaves, plus more for garnish
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Fresh Mint Bunch, 1 Each
$3.49
4 oz light rum
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3/4 oz fresh lime juice
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Produce Lime, 1 Each
$0.79
1 cup club soda
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Schweppes Club Soda, Premium, 33.8 Fluid ounce
$0.99$0.03/fl oz
Lime wedges
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Produce Lime, 1 Each
$0.79

Directions

  1. Cut a thin slice off two sides of 1 plumcot, cut a slit halfway through each slice and set aside for garnish. Chop the remaining plumcot.
  2. In a small pitcher, muddle 4 tsp granulated sugar, 8 mint leaves and chopped plumcot until pulverized. Add 4 oz rum and ¾ oz fresh lime juice and stir. Strain into glasses. Add ice and top with ½ cup club soda, each. Garnish with plumcot slice, mint leaves, and a lime wedge.