happy hour: stormy mojito ft. canada dry bold

Mojitos, mo’ problems 😎

Summer is right around the corner and if you’re looking for a refreshing cocktail that packs a bold punch of flavor, look no further than a Stormy Mojito!

Take a mojito and a dark & stormy, let them have a baby and you’ve got the Stormy Mojito! I found this recipe on Pinterest, but decided to switch out some items that I had on hand at home.

Here’s what you’ll need for a single-serving Stormy Mojito:

  • Ginger Ale – My go-to for summer cocktail mixers has been Canada Dry Bold. It provides more ginger taste, which enhances your cocktails
  • Spiced Rum – If you want a more traditional Dark & Stormy taste, then use a Dark Rum. But there’s usually a full stash of Captain Morgan in our home
  • Mint – I opted to use DoTERRA peppermint oil, since I didn’t have mint leaves. Just be cautious when using essential oils and make sure they’re able to be ingested!
  • Lime – Lime wedges work better, but since I didn’t have fresh limes, I opted for lime juice

What other cocktail recipes do you want to see? Let me know in a comment!

Recently, I was sent the NEW Canada Dry Bold to test out complimentary from Influenster. This amplifies the ginger taste, making it the perfect substitution for your summer cocktails. Compared to the original Canada Dry, it has a stronger golden color and the smell is heavenly, if you like ginger. If you don’t like spice or a little bit of bite, then this isn’t the ginger ale for you. Thank you again Influenster for sending me this product! 

About sarah

28. writer. obsessed with makeup, traveling, nyr and sparkle.
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