Hugs and Kisses for the Raspberry Mojito

Valentine’s Day is just days away.  You might have big intentions for your sweetie,  you might be keeping it low key, or perhaps you have a big Gal-entine’s Day celebration on the horizon.  No matter how your Valentine’s Day works out, we have a great little cocktail to share with you — The Raspberry Mojito.  This cocktail hits all of The Blind Pig’s major requirements.  It’s easy to make. It’s very tasty, and the raspberries and mint give it a punch of fresh.

We start with easy ingredients which are on hand in most liquor and grocery stores this time of year.  You will need a package of fresh raspberries, mint leaves, lime juice, cocktail-ready agave nectar, white rum, and Prosecco.  Strawberries are usually a popular berry around Valentine’s Day. However, we liked that the raspberries still give the drink a pretty pinkish color, but were a little different than the traditional fare.  The Prosecco gives it a touch of romance.  Guys, this is a great way to have a little bubbly, but show you made some extra effort to make a cocktail special for your sweetheart. Wink. Wink.

Place 6 ounces of raspberries in the bottom of a shaker and muddle along with the lime juice, agave nectar, and mint leaves.  Double strain into a wine glass.  Pour rum into the glass. Top off with Prosecco and add ice. Garnish with a stem of mint leaves and several raspberries.  What a lovely drink.

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How will show your love or friendship this Valentine’s Day?  We’d love to hear about it.

Need some other great Valentine’s ideas from The Blind Pig Blog?  Check these past posts out.

Espresso Fudge

The Love Triangle

Love You More Cookies

Tickle Me Pink

Rose Old Fashioned

 

 

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