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Throw one ounce of simple syrup, 9 medium sized mint leaves, and the juice of one lime in a highball glass. Muddle it up, get those minty flavors extracted. Fill the glass with ice. Add one and a half ounces of light rum (I tend to use Captain Morgan, what with the whole poor college student thing, but any light rum will do. I’ve even used Bacardi 151, at least I think I remember using 151…) and then top off with club soda. I only use Publix brand soda, because I’d swear Ritz soda tastes funky. Stir and enjoy with a straw. If you feel extra fancy, put a sprig of mint on top, maybe a wedge of lime.
Al’s Simple Syrup:
Bring two cups of water to a boil. Add one and a half cups of plain old sugar. Stir until you don’t see any undissolved sugar on the bottom of the pot, and then let it cool.
I’d pour it into a nice container, like one of those glass olive oil containers. In the real world it might not be necessary, but after the twentieth time of someone asking “uh, what are you putting in my drink?” I had to find a way to make it look more like an ingredient than roofies.
Try is with Persian limes first, and if you like it move on to those exciting Kalamansis. If you do give it a shot, tell me what you think of it. I’d love to see what constructive criticism someone with more discerning taste buds can come up with.]]>