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I just invented my new drink!

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When we were in Jamaica we fell in love with a drink called a caipirinha. Kind of like a mojito but no mint and lots of lime. I tried to make one when we came back but it wasn't the best.

 

Well, I just mixed some rum with some "Simply Limeade" and put it over ice and hot damn!!! It works for me bunny_4.gif

 

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My hubby loves him a mojito, but they are damn arduous to make at home. He found a Mojito mix that you just add ice & rum to. It's a little sweet for me, so I add sparkling water to it.

 

Your version sounds cheaper tho! Enjoy sistah.

 

I just made myself a very watered down cranberry mixer, vodka & sparkling water. My husband told me thats not good for me when i'm sick. He's probably right.

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I always like to say that vodka kills all viruses present. Your good to go Christa.

 

Sounds yummy Jamy. I always need a simple drink recipe.

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Yep Christa, Rachel is right - alcohol kills germs! Well I figure if it can sterilize a needle it has to do something to get rid of the germs inside you....at the very least you'll forget you're sick..hehe

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We fell in love with them in the DR!

 

This is how we make ours...

 

Put about 2 tbsp of sugar and 1 lime cut into wedges into a glass, squish the shit out of it, add ice and vodka :P

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Yuummmm! And I'm loving that the new drink has two ingredients! :-) I bet you could totally throw all that in a blender and do it frozen/slushie in the summer. I can see me serving that at a bbq on my deck. . .and probably ending up pretty tipsy! lol!

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Yummm, that sounds delish. I was too busy having a sleepover party with my niece last night to have a drink, but I can certainly try this tonight!

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