You make this by boiling together water and sugar to a ratio of 2:1 until you get a thick consistency. Sounds delicious. That recipe takes me back! Place 1/4 cup of sugar and 4 basil leaves in the blender or food processor and process until well blended. A classic Mojito is made with mint, but since mint and basil are in the same family, I thought I would play around. It adds an element of surprise.I did a beverage shoot last week and my client brought me these beautiful limes from her tree, so I simply had to shoot them and make a drink.You can use sugar straight up in a Mojito, but I always prefer to use a sugar syrup. So many little green bits floating around the drink looked dreadful, and everyone ended up with green bits in their teeth. Nice with lemon rum or Belevedere Cyprus vodkaThe material on this site may not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted, cached or otherwise used, except with the prior written permission of Condé Nast. This can be stored in a jar for ages or years. (You can also make the basil sugar using this method.)

Fill the glass with ice, pour a shot of Papagayo organic white rum over, top up with soda water and enjoy! Maybe forever.I’ve added rum (obviously), but this is also rather tasty in a ‘virginal’ format.Place the sugar / sugar syrup, rum, lime juice, basil leaves and wedges in a tall sturdy glass and bash with a muddler to release the flavour.
Maybe you’d have to strain it then…? Put the remaining basil leaves in a large shaker along with the lime juice and a tablespoon or so of the remaining sugar. It looks divine.I’m curious, wouldn’t you want to bash the basil leaves along with the lime to release the flavor, rather than just garnish with basil? Place Limon, 5 basil leaves, lime juice, lemon juice and sugar in glass and muddle. Add a squeeze of organic lime juice and a teaspoon of organic caster sugar, and muddle. 2010 – almost 3 years ago.This Basil Mojito looks super tasty and refreshing.
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You make this by boiling together water and sugar to a ratio of 2:1 until you get a thick consistency. Sounds delicious. That recipe takes me back! Place 1/4 cup of sugar and 4 basil leaves in the blender or food processor and process until well blended. A classic Mojito is made with mint, but since mint and basil are in the same family, I thought I would play around. It adds an element of surprise.I did a beverage shoot last week and my client brought me these beautiful limes from her tree, so I simply had to shoot them and make a drink.You can use sugar straight up in a Mojito, but I always prefer to use a sugar syrup. So many little green bits floating around the drink looked dreadful, and everyone ended up with green bits in their teeth. Nice with lemon rum or Belevedere Cyprus vodkaThe material on this site may not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted, cached or otherwise used, except with the prior written permission of Condé Nast. This can be stored in a jar for ages or years. (You can also make the basil sugar using this method.)

Fill the glass with ice, pour a shot of Papagayo organic white rum over, top up with soda water and enjoy! Maybe forever.I’ve added rum (obviously), but this is also rather tasty in a ‘virginal’ format.Place the sugar / sugar syrup, rum, lime juice, basil leaves and wedges in a tall sturdy glass and bash with a muddler to release the flavour.
Maybe you’d have to strain it then…? Put the remaining basil leaves in a large shaker along with the lime juice and a tablespoon or so of the remaining sugar. It looks divine.I’m curious, wouldn’t you want to bash the basil leaves along with the lime to release the flavor, rather than just garnish with basil? Place Limon, 5 basil leaves, lime juice, lemon juice and sugar in glass and muddle. Add a squeeze of organic lime juice and a teaspoon of organic caster sugar, and muddle. 2010 – almost 3 years ago.This Basil Mojito looks super tasty and refreshing.
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Sep 18 2020

2. Garnish with basil leaf. Garnish with fresh basil leaves and slices of lime.A few other drinks that could rock your summer (if you are living in the Northern hemisphere that is):I can also be found enthusiastically pinning beautiful food Oh Sam what a fabulous collection of pics. Pop a good handful of Deep Purple of Red Rubin basil leaves into your glass. Once the sugar has dissolved completely, boil for about 3 minutes and then allow to cool. Bad idea! Pour the sugar onto a plate and set aside. Luv MxxThanks for the shout out Sam! I love trying new drinks all the time, actually, I love drinks full stop Those drinks look fresh and delightful and the photos are gorgeous.wow.. your blog & photography are stunning..

I love the idea of using herbs that would normally be used in savoury applications and include them with sweet dishes or drinks. (Rum, Lime, Mint and Basil Cocktail)Garnishes: fresh mint and basil sprigs and lime slicesThis is SO right up Kate Lund's alley!!! https://drizzleanddip.com/2013/05/23/how-to-make-a-basil-mojito Add crushed ice and add soda to your taste. Enjoy Kate!!! I’m definitely giving this a try.ooooh Basil sounds interesting!

Ingredients 2 fresh mint sprigs, chopped 2 fresh basil sprigs, chopped 1 tablespoon sugar 3 tablespoons fresh lime juice 1 1/2 ounces (3 tablespoons) light rum Chilled club soda or seltzer water Ick!Wonderfully refreshing- perfect for summer. You are so so talented. Fill the glass with a lot of ice, and top up with soda water. I came via Pinterest where I pinned your leek, mushroom & parmesan phyllo pastries.. I’m looking forward to exploring your blog further!Thanks Lesley, and I hope to see you around here more often Mojito is hands down my favourite cocktail, but I’ve never through of trying a basil version. I love basil.I'm Sam, a professional food stylist, recipe developer and food photographer hunting down the delicious things in life. -LJBNI liked the flavor that the basil added, but you really do have to strain this if you don't want green junk all over your teeth.muddled leaves instead of chopped and used simple syrup over sugar; the basil flavour was a really nice twist, really enjoyed"Chopped" mint and basil?

You make this by boiling together water and sugar to a ratio of 2:1 until you get a thick consistency. Sounds delicious. That recipe takes me back! Place 1/4 cup of sugar and 4 basil leaves in the blender or food processor and process until well blended. A classic Mojito is made with mint, but since mint and basil are in the same family, I thought I would play around. It adds an element of surprise.I did a beverage shoot last week and my client brought me these beautiful limes from her tree, so I simply had to shoot them and make a drink.You can use sugar straight up in a Mojito, but I always prefer to use a sugar syrup. So many little green bits floating around the drink looked dreadful, and everyone ended up with green bits in their teeth. Nice with lemon rum or Belevedere Cyprus vodkaThe material on this site may not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted, cached or otherwise used, except with the prior written permission of Condé Nast. This can be stored in a jar for ages or years. (You can also make the basil sugar using this method.)

Fill the glass with ice, pour a shot of Papagayo organic white rum over, top up with soda water and enjoy! Maybe forever.I’ve added rum (obviously), but this is also rather tasty in a ‘virginal’ format.Place the sugar / sugar syrup, rum, lime juice, basil leaves and wedges in a tall sturdy glass and bash with a muddler to release the flavour.
Maybe you’d have to strain it then…? Put the remaining basil leaves in a large shaker along with the lime juice and a tablespoon or so of the remaining sugar. It looks divine.I’m curious, wouldn’t you want to bash the basil leaves along with the lime to release the flavor, rather than just garnish with basil? Place Limon, 5 basil leaves, lime juice, lemon juice and sugar in glass and muddle. Add a squeeze of organic lime juice and a teaspoon of organic caster sugar, and muddle. 2010 – almost 3 years ago.This Basil Mojito looks super tasty and refreshing.

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