Mint, lime, coconut and rum. You don't shake. You blend!
The summer cocktails is a cross between a Mojito, a frozen margarita it's a pina colada.
Is called Frozen coconut mojito and we are ready to prepare it with you.
Lime, mint and coconut
These three ingredients seem to have little in common.
The lime it is a very sour and slightly bitter citrus.
There mint a balsamic and very fragrant aromatic herb.
The coconut sweet and enveloping.
Put them together and you will discover the magic of this extraordinarily exotic, fresh and summery mix.
How to prepare Frozen coconut mojito
The first step is preparing one sugar syrup.
Then cook the sugar and water and a few mint leaves in a saucepan, then leave to cool.
Pour in a mixer all the ingredients, including the syrup after removing the leaves and add a few ice cube and other fresh mint leaves.
Serve the Frozen coconut mojito immediately, when it is still frozen and creamy, decorating with mint and lime slices.
With these doses you will get approx two portions.
Canned coconut milk
When we talk about coconut milk we mean the cream, the one that is generally found packed in cans, very dense and creamy because it is rich in fat and unfiltered. This type of coconut milk has nothing to do with what is found next to other types of vegetable milk. It is much tastier, tastier and more fragrant and mounts like fresh cream so it has a very particular consistency in the smoothies and in smoothies.
In supermarkets you can find coconut cans in the ethnic products department.
Why not turn this fresh cocktail into one gluttonous stick?
So let's prepare some gods icicles simply by blending the sugar syrup with milk and coconut water, lime juice and mint. You can also not add the alcoholic part to get one snacks for children.
Pour the mixture into a popsicle mold and leave in the freezer for three to four hours.
If, on the other hand, you want a walking cocktail, add the rum as well, but less than that provided in the recipe because alcohol does not freeze easily.
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