Some of the recipes go back many years and the tastes may be due to the nostalgia factor, as well. NU.nl ask the people at the special recipes to their family members. This week, tells the Beaudine Huffmeijer (12) of the non-alcoholic mojito for her father.
Huffmeijer would make this non-alcoholic cocktail, or mocktail, every single day, however, want to drink, but not to her parents. Therefore, to save it for a hot summer’s day. “He was so nice and helpful.”
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Currency is the main ingredient, you can find them. “I I am very crazy about mint, but this drink really gives it a little something extra. Especially when you combine it with the sweet sugar and sour lemon.”
Together with her parents and younger sister Huffmeijer, part of the kookblog own cooking. As a result, they will be in touch with all sorts of recipes, and it is to his own words, ” really don’t want to miss. “To have alcoholic beverages, but which may, of course, I can’t.”
For that reason, it was her father’s and a mojito, without the alcohol in front of her. Two years ago, she made the drink for the first time by yourself. “People are scared, there are sometimes when I tell you this, because I am, of course, no cocktails allowed to drink. But, as I say, that it is free of alcohol, they will find it just amazing that I can make.”
- 2 table spoons of cane sugar
- 1/2 lime, in wedges
- The 15 leaves of fresh mint + extra for garnish
- 150 ml of Sprite or 7-up
- 50 ml Spa-Red
Method of preparation
- 1. Gently rub the leaves of mint between your hands. So come, taste, and odor-free.
- 2. Place the sugar, mint and lime juice into a tall glass and mash it.
- 3. Add the Sprite, and the Spa’s Red-and fill the glass and continue on with lots of ice cubes.
- 4. Garnish optionally with additional mint and/or slices of lemon.