Mojito

Ingredients:

- 6 cl of KS Nature Rum
– 2 Lime quarters
– Mint leaves
– Carbonated water
– 2 teaspoons of Sugar

Directly in the glass:

Place the mint leaves in the glass, sprinkle with sugar and squeeze the lemons and add them.
Grind everything without crushing the mint, add the rum, fill with crushed ice to three-fourths of the glass, add carbonated water and stir gently.

The “KS” tip: The mojito is way better with brown sugar.

Mojito

Ingredients:

- 6 cl of KS Coco Rum
– 12 cl of pineapple juice
– 4 cl of coconut cream

In a Blender:

Put the ingredients and a few ice cubes.
Mix and Enjoy.

The “KS” tip: A lime to improve the consistency of the cocktail.

Mojito

Ingredients:

- 6 cl of KS Orange Rum
– 2 cl of Triple Sec, Cointreau or Grand Marnier
– 1 cl of sugar cane syrup
– 2 lime quarters
– 1 cl of grenadine

In a Shaker:

Mix the ingredients and serve in a glass full of ice.

The “KS” tip: Add 2 cl of orange juice to sweeten and dilute it..

Mojito

Ingredients:

- 5 cl KS Lemon rum
– 1 lime quarter
– 15 cl of Cola

Directly in the glass:

Put the squeezed lemon and rum over the ice cubes and fill with the cola.

“KS” tip: You can first add a tablespoon of brown sugar.

Mojito

Ingredients:

- 4 cl of KS Pineapple Rum
– 6 cl of KS Orange Rum
– 2 cl of fresh cream
– 1 lemon quarter
– 12 cl of pineapple juice
– 0.5 cl of sugar cane syrup

In a Blender:

Put everything in the blender and mix slowly until a creamy mixture is obtained.

“KS” tip: Replace the sugar cane syrup with the KS syrup.

Mojito

Ingredients:

- 6 cl of KS Nature rum (or lemon)
– 2 tablespoons of brown sugar
– 2 lime quarters

Directly in the glass:

Put the sugar, squeeze the lemon quarters over it, slowly stir to gently dissolve the sugar. Add the rum

“KS” tip: Make this KS Coco rum cocktail to delight your friends.

Mojito

Ingredients:

- 6 cl of Pineapple Rum
– 2 lemon quarters
– 12 cl of pineapple juice
– 2 cl of orange juice
– 2 cl of mango juice

In a Shaker:

Mix the ingredients with ice. Put into a glass containing a few ice cubes by filtering.

The “KS” tip: Add a dash of KS syrup for even more Caribbean flavours.