How to make Pineapple Mint Mojito
- In a saucepan add sugar and water to it. Let it boil and keep stirring till the sugar dissolves. Remove the pan from heat and add mint. Allow to cool.
- Add 1 ½ cups of pineapple to a blender and make a smooth puree.
- Strain the mint mixture through a sieve. Combine the pineapple puree and mint syrup. Store in a jar and refrigerate.
- Mix the lime wedges, remaining pieces of pineapple, and mint leaves together.
- Pour the pineapple-mint into a cocktail shaker along with the muddled mixture. Shake well and pour the mixture into glasses. Top it off with sparkling water or club soda and with ice cubes and lime wedges.
- Enjoy your drink!
- Hawaii produces about 1/3 of pineapples' total production in the world.
- The fruit was first produced in South America, somewhere between Paraguay and Brazil.
- The first ever record of the word “Pineapple” goes way back to 1398!
- Interestingly, only one single pineapple is produced by a single plant in one single season.
- Every part of pineapple can be used for the production of vinegar and alcohol.