Island Mojito made with Code Rum


Need a little mint with your rum? Check out Island Jay's Island Mojito made with Code Rum and enjoy one during your next beachy sunset. 

Island Jay Mojito made with Code Rum

Alcohol

  • 2oz Silver Code Rum

Other Stuff

  • 10 fresh mint leaves
  • 4 Lime Wedges
  • 2 Table Spoons of Sugar
  • 5 oz Club Soda
  • Ice

Let's Make It!

  • Add the mint leaves and 2 lime wedges to the bottom of your glass.
  • Muddle them to release the mint oils.
  • Add the other 2 lime wedges and sugar. Muddle them. Do not strain anything.
  • Add ice to fill up the glass
  • Pour the Silver Code Rum over the ice.
  • Add the Club Soda.
  • Mix & serve.

Code Rum Recipe Code Rum is a new Rum brand born right in Florida. They are absolutely delicious and have Island Jay's approval. Please check them out at http://thecoderum.com/.

 

 

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Comments 7
  • Carol Horling
    Carol Horling

    Just wanted to let you know how much I love my shirts that I get from you I have the birthstone one. I have an idea I would love for you to make a she shack short or a Love shack short it could say go into my she shack or going to my Love shack. I actually haven’t she shocked down the Jersey shore. I have your sweatshirts and your shirts love them all very good quality I recommend them to a lot of people. My favorite rum drink is a Malibu Bay breeze with cranberry, pineapple, Myer’s rum and Bacardi rum and some lime on the side.

  • MIKE
    MIKE

    Do you remember a company called Old Florida Rum?

  • Juli
    Juli

    Suzi ~ I also grow mint (I am in Michigan). I usually use it for tea. I harvest and freeze it for the winter but I am going to try some in this recipe! :)

  • Island Jay
    Island Jay

    @Suzi, How do you make yours?

  • Wifey
    Wifey

    Sounds relish!!

  • Tina
    Tina

    This sounds really good! :)

  • Suzi
    Suzi

    I make these at home every day. I grow my own mint in my back yard. I wish I had the mint all year long, but winter takes it away. It’s hard to find a good Mojito in ny bar or eatery as good as mine are.

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