I know, it’s almost the 4th of July and you are probably gearing up for your 4th of July gathering, but I wanted to share an awesome drink recipe with you since July 11th is National Mojito Day! You might even want to use this awesome Mojito recipe for your 4th of July gathering! Either way, it’s a great Pineapple Mojito recipe using Ole Smoky® Tennessee Moonshine®!
July 11th National Mojito Day
Looking for a new drink recipe? Celebrate National Mojito Day on July 11th with Ole Smoky’s refreshing Pineapple Mojito recipe!
This fabulous drink recipe will make 4 servings.
Ingredients for this fabulous Pineapple Mojito drink recipe
- 1 cup Ole Smoky Pineapple Moonshine
- 1 bunch fresh mint (stems discarded)
- 2 limes (each cut into 8 wedges)
- ½ cup sugar
- 1 cup club soda
How to make it
- First you will muddle the sugar, mint, and lime in the bottom of a glass.
- Pour pineapple moonshine and club soda and serve.
- If you want to garnish and make it look awesome, you can do so with limes and pineapple wedges.
About Ole Smoky® Tennessee Moonshine®
Currently, Ole Smoky Tennessee Moonshine nationally retails twelve amazing flavors of moonshine! The moonshine is made with authentic East Tennessee recipes, jarred and shipped from the company’s famed Gatlinburg distillery.
The Ole Smoky Moonshine™ distillery is known as The Holler™, which is now America’s most visited distillery, but it also produces the brand’s signature flavors. Did you know Ole Smoky® Tennessee Moonshine® is now distributed in 49 states, Canada, and Latin America, Ole Smoky’s variety of signature flavors in traditional mason jars make the perfect drink for any occasion!
Flavors of Moonshine available selectively in 49 states and Canada
- Original Moonshine
- White Lightnin’™,
- Moonshine Cherries™,
- Peach Moonshine,
- Apple Pie Moonshine™,
- Blackberry Moonshine,
- Strawberry Moonshine,
- Lemon Drop Moonshine™,
- Sweet Tea
- Charred Moonshine™
- Pineapple Moonshine (Tennessee, California and Hawaii only)
- Ole Smoky Tennessee Moonshine c(local retailers, sampled and sold at some of the biggest music and sporting events in the country)
[yumprint-recipe id=’34’]Huge thank you to OleSmoky.com for the yummy mojito drink recipe. Do you enjoy mojito’s, and if so what is your favorite kind?