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Huckleberry Mojito

Huckleberry Mojito


  • 6-8 fresh mint leaves
  • 1 Ounce fresh huckleberries (frozen, thawed works too)
  • 1 Ounce simple syrup
  • 1.5 Ounces 44 North Huckleberry Vodka
  • 3/4 Ounces fresh lime juice
  • 3 Ounces seltzer
  • ice


In a pint, muddle the mint, berries, simple syrup, and ice.

Add vodka, lime juice, and seltzer with more ice.

Pour into shaker and shake until chilled.

Transfer back in pint glass, and add a splash of seltzer.

The Best Huckleberry Drinks In Montana

Because I have family in Montana, I visit Big Sky Country at least once a year. And each time I go, I linger over huckleberry lattes, sip a variety of huckleberry cocktails, and try everything huckleberry I can get my hands on to bring you this list of the best huckleberry drinks in Montana. To date, I&rsquove paid full price for all of these delicious huckleberry drinks, but you can count on me to always share my honest opinions, regardless of who foots the bill.

Although they look like blueberries, huckleberries are a unique fruit with a distinct taste. They grow wild in the majestic mountains of Montana and are full of antioxidants, packed with iron, and a good source of both vitamin C and potassium.

As soon as you step off the plane or cross the state line, you&rsquoll quickly see that Montana is the land of all things huckleberry. You&rsquoll find everything from huckleberry soda and huckleberry hot pepper jelly to huckleberry licorice and huckleberry lotion.

And the list of huckleberry delicacies doesn&rsquot stop there. You can enjoy huckleberry coffee in the morning, an iced huckleberry tea after a hike, or a huckleberry cocktail as a nightcap. After much tasty research, I declare these the best huckleberry drinks in Montana.

What's Your Favorite Huckleberry Drink?

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No Moonshine? No Problem!

Investing in a quality moonshine still kit is one of the best decisions you will ever make if you are planning on making moonshine alcohol on your own.

Home DIY moonshine kits just don’t cut it because these devices never give you as much control over various aspects such as temperature, pressure level and time. Your production methods can have a huge impact on the taste of your moonshine.

When you have little control over the processes, you will end up with a product that tastes different every single time.

With a quality moonshine kit you can fine tune your technique until you can produce the perfect blend of blueberry moonshine every single time. These kits are also ideal for making a wide range of other types of alcoholic beverages.

Ted's Signature Cocktail Recipes

Fill shaker tin with cubed ice. Add ingredients. Shake 10 times and strain over cubed ice in highball glass.

Fill shaker tin with cubed ice. Add ingredients. Shake 10 times and strain over cubed ice in highball glass.

Fill shaker tin with cubed ice. Add ingredients. Shake 10 times and strain over cubed ice in highball glass.

Drop mint leaves, lime and simple syrup into pint glass and muddle well. Fill shake with cube ice. Add bacardi 8 rum. Shake 10x and pour into collins glass, top with club soda. Roll ingredients.

Fill shake with cubed ice. Add ingredients. Shake 20x. Strain into a chilled martini glass.

Fill shaker with ice. Add ingredients. Shake 20x. Strain in chilled martini glass.

Fill shake with ice. Add ingredients. Shake 10x. Strain over ice in highball glass.

Fill shaker with ice, add ingredients, shake 10x and strain over ice in Collins glass.

Fill shake with ice, add ingredients, shake 20x, and strain into chilled martini glass.

Fill wine glass with ice. Add ingredients. Roll Cocktail.

Muddle orange wheel, bing black cherry, bitters, and agave in shaker tin. Add bourbon and cubed ice to the muddled mixture. Gently stir with bar spoon. Strain into a highball glass over an ice sphere.

Pour ingredients into shake, add ice, and stir well with bar spoon. Strain into highball glass with an ice sphere.

The Easiest Way to Make Simple Syrup

Making simple syrup is just as easy as its title implies, but if you aren't someone who keeps a lot of it on-hand, then it's best for you to make a very small batch so that none of it goes to waste. This tiny batch of simple syrup will work perfectly for these Mojito recipes, and if you're feeling adventurous and want to try flavoring your simple syrup, you can follow this helpful guide.



  1. Mix the hot water and sugar together in a sealable container until the sugar is dissolved.
  2. Refrigerate until it's chilled and then use.

Traditionally, a classic mojito is made with white rum, fresh lime juice (lime wedges), sugar (or simple syrup), mint leaves, and soda water. You start by muddling limes, sugar, and mint leaves in a tall glass until pulverized and juiced. Then you add rum, soda water, ice, and stir.

Simple syrup or simple sugar is the key to a good mojito. Why? Liquid sugar syrup easily mixes/dissolves into the cocktail instead of sinking to the bottom like granulated sugar. You can buy it, but it’s REALLY easy to make at home with equal parts of very hot water and regular sugar. That’s right 1 cup sugar and 1 cup water renders about 2 cups simple sugar.

10 Insanely Awesome Ways to Make Mojitos

Learning how to make mojitos at home is great, and not just because you'll keep the busy bartenders in your life happy. You'll be able to make your mojito however you want, whenever you want. And there are about a million amazing ways to mix up this delicious drink! You can start with these 10 fabulous mojito recipes:

1. Kentucky Mojitos

Classic mojitos use rum, but this Southern version mixes things up with bourbon.

2. The Classic Mojito

However, if you're going to become a mojito maven, you need to know how to make a straight-up, classic mojito.

3. The Mojito with Dark Rum

Now that you've got the classic mojito down, it's time to mix things up further. Let your mojito join the dark side by using dark rum instead of white.

4. White Peach, Basil, and Blueberry Mojito

Don't like mint but want a mojito anyway? Swap the mint out for basil in this especially fruity version.

5. Strawberry Pom Mojito

This strikingly beautiful mojito is delicious, too, with sweetness of strawberries combined with the tartness of pomegranates.

6. Cucumber Mojito

This mojito tastes extra fresh thanks to the cucumber. You can make most of the drink ahead of time, so all you have to do is add the rum when party time rolls around.

7. Cherry Mojito

Cherry anything is awesome, obvs. But especially mojitos.

8. Blackberry Mojito

Get your berry on by adding blackberries to the mojito mix.

9. Lemongrass Mojito

This mojito has a really unique and fresh flavor thanks to lemongrass, not to mention coconut rum. YUM.

10. Watermelon Mojito Ice Pops

Don't want to drink your mojito? Break out the popsicle molds for the tastiest, most fun ice pops you've ever had.

Jane Maynard is a food blogger at This Week for Dinner and Babble, a writer and designer, and a lover of all things chocolate.

Passion Fruit Mojito Cocktail Recipe

I'm not sure how or why it took so long for me to have my first passionfruit mojito. I mean, it's especially strange when you consider that a good port.

I'm not sure how or why it took so long for me to have my first passionfruit mojito.

I mean, it's especially strange when you consider that a good portion of the places where we work here at Salt & Wind Travel (ahem, Hawaii, Mexico) are overflowing with the tropical fruit.

All The Passion Fruit Flavors

I've long been a fan of the sweet, tart, floral flavor of fresh passionfruit. And, when I met my husband and started spending more time in Hawaii, well, I started coming across a lot more of the passion fruit (aka lilikoi in Hawaiian) flavors.

From passionfruit margaritas at a wedding and passion fruit iced tea to passion fruit filled malasadas and even the passion fruit custard pie our friend would make from scratch, the flavor showed up seemingly everywhere. No surprise since the vine seems to grow with abandon across the islands.

Finding Fresh Passion Fruit

Fresh passion fruit can be hard to find on the mainland. Sometimes I find it growing rogue in a friend's backyard and every once in a while it pops up at the farmers market. But, more often than not, you need to buy passion fruit jucie or even frozen passion fruit pulp to get good passion fruit flavor.

But back to the passion fruit mojito. When I visited Thailand, the cocktail became my go-to drink because almost every bar I went to had its own unique version. The best ones were always made with lots of fresh passion fruit so go ahead and add 1 or 2 or 3 to each drink if you can get that many.

What To Serve With This Passion Fruit Mojito

As for what to have with it? We say have something toasted and salty and snacakable like peanuts. Specifically, we'd serve up these Kaffir Lime Peanuts, these Mexican Chile Lime Peanuts, or even these Star Anise Hawaiian Style Boiled Peanuts.

If you need to up your home bar status, check out our bar essentials , then mix this up, and share the results with us by tagging @saltandwind and #swsociety on social!


Ginger-Infused Simple Syrup:

You'll need 1/4 cup of grated fresh ginger, (we suggest you peel the whole ginger root, cut into smaller pieces, and use a food processor or blender to pulverize).

In a small pan, bring the ginger, sugar and cold water to a boil and stir until the sugar dissolves completely. Cover and let it steep for 20 minutes.

Pour the mixture through a strainer and cool in the refrigerator. Makes enough for more than a pitcher full.

Place 1/2 cup of blueberries, 10-12 fresh mint leaves and a lime wedge in each glass. Muddle the ingredients by pressing it down lightly with the end of a wooden spoon and giving a gentle twist.

Add the rum, ginger-infused simple syrup and club soda. Add a couple of ice cubes and stir. Garnish each glass with some fresh blueberries, a sprig of fresh mint and a wedge of lime.

Summer Delight: How To Make Keto Chocolate Mojito In 5 Minutes

Even if you are not into dieting, you may have heard enough about the Ketogenic Diet. Yes, the same diet that your favourite celebrities cannot stop gushing about. The same 'controversial' diet that encourages you to eat more fat! The logic behind this diet is quite simple. If you limit your carbohydrates, your body won't have enough carbs to burn energy, as a result of which it will start burning fats for energy. This state is known as the ketosis. The ketogenic diet may sound appealing, but it may not suit everybody. You must consult an expert before going full keto. You would have to mindfully revamp your diet with keto-friendly recipes. Keto recipes are nothing but our regular recipes with a ketogenic spin.

Since summer is upon us, most of us are on a constant quest of something cool and refreshing, something like a chilled glass of mojito. Mojito is a cool, fizzy drink made with a lot of mint leaves and lemon zest. It is one of the most popular summer coolers and guess what, it can also be prepared the keto way!

In this recipe, food vlogger Jyoti Dalmia tells us how to make keto chocolate mojito in a matter of five minutes.

How To Make Keto Chocolate Mojito | Keto Chocolate Mojito Recipe:

1. In hot water, add unsweetened cocoa powder, stevia (any natural sweetener other than sugar). Give it a good mix.

2. Take fresh mint leaves in a bowl, lemon wedges, lemon juice.

3. Add chocolate syrup to the bowl. Muddle it in such a way that mint imparts its fresh flavour. Do not muddle the wedges so much, or else your mojito may turn a little bitter.

4. Take a jar, fill 3/4th of it with ice. Pour the muddled syrup into the glass jar.

5. Add sparkling water or soda. Your mojito is ready.

6. Garnish with fresh sprigs of mint.

Sounds like a cakewalk, doesn't it?! What are you waiting for? Watch the recipe video of Keto Chocolate Mojito here:

Do try this keto dessert recipe and let us know how you liked it in the comments section below.

About Sushmita Sengupta Sharing a strong penchant for food, Sushmita loves all things good, cheesy and greasy. Her other favourite pastime activities other than discussing food includes, reading, watching movies and binge-watching TV shows.

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