“Though it originates in Latin America, a Mojito already shares ingredients that compliment Thai foods. Sugary sweetness, sharp lime juice, and mint are a part of Thai salads like laap. Adding palm sugar instead of cane sugar brings a deeper flavor to the sweetness that balances this cocktail – plus, palm sugar paste dissolves more easily than sugar crystals. The addition of Thai basil gives this Mojito a surprising, peppery kick.”
READY IN:
4mins
SERVES:
4
UNITS:
US

Ingredients Nutrition

Directions

  1. In a shaker or mixing glass muddle together mint and Thai basil then add remaining ingredients pix thoroughly. Pour into four glasses, then fill to the top with ice and soda water.

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