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Recipe: bergamot ‘nojito’

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East London specialty drink makers, Square Root, produce the most memorable versions of the sparkly stuff using fresh locally-sourced ingredients, laboriously but lovingly juiced or infused by hand. Forget that cup of earl grey, try this refreshing bergamot ‘nojito’ using a splash of one of their seasonal sodas.

If you like this recipe, then try Square Root’s ‘Dark and not so stormy’ – a musky spice-laced drink perfect for summer or winter. You can also read an interview with Ed Taylor, founder of Square Root London.

Bergamot nojito

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Preparation Time5 MINUTES

Cooking Time MINUTES

Resting Time MINUTES

Serves2

LevelEasy


ingredients

1 tsp cane sugar

 

Generous handful of fresh mint leaves

Juice of half a lime (or more to taste)

1 bottle (275ml) of Square Root Bergamot Soda

1

In a jug, muddle together the sugar, mint and lime juice to release the oils from the mint and dissolve the sugar.

2

Half fill two tall glasses with crushed ice, and split the muddled mixture between the two.

3

Top-up the glasses with zesty bergamot soda

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Preparation Time5 MINUTES

Cooking Time MINUTES

Resting Time MINUTES

Serves2

LevelEasy


ingredients

1 tsp cane sugar

 

Generous handful of fresh mint leaves

Juice of half a lime (or more to taste)

1 bottle (275ml) of Square Root Bergamot Soda

1

In a jug, muddle together the sugar, mint and lime juice to release the oils from the mint and dissolve the sugar.

2

Half fill two tall glasses with crushed ice, and split the muddled mixture between the two.

3

Top-up the glasses with zesty bergamot soda

SHOW MORE
SHOW LESS

East London specialty drink makers, Square Root, produce the most memorable versions of the sparkly stuff using fresh locally-sourced ingredients, laboriously but lovingly juiced or infused by hand. Forget that cup of earl grey, try this refreshing bergamot ‘nojito’ using a splash of one of their seasonal sodas.

If you like this recipe, then try Square Root’s ‘Dark and not so stormy’ – a musky spice-laced drink perfect for summer or winter. You can also read an interview with Ed Taylor, founder of Square Root London.

Bergamot nojito

1

In a jug, muddle together the sugar, mint and lime juice to release the oils from the mint and dissolve the sugar.

2

Half fill two tall glasses with crushed ice, and split the muddled mixture between the two.

3

Top-up the glasses with zesty bergamot soda

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