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How to Make a Non-Alcoholic Mojito

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If, like me, you love the delicious, refreshing taste of a mojito and wish you could justify drinking it every day, try this easy non-alcoholic recipe.
What you'll need: 
A Glass (as big as you like!)
Jug & Spoon
Pestle & Mortar
Tea Towel
Hammer / Steak Hammer / Wooden Spoon.
Mint Leaves
Ice Cubes
Tablespoon of Sugar
200ml - 300ml 7up / Sprite (if you want to use lemonade just add half a lime to it).
Lime slice
Using the pestle and mortar, gently grind up between 5-10 mint leaves and place in the glass.
Place the ice cubes in the tea towel and fold over. Using a hammer or spoon, crush the ice cubes and put them in the glass (about two thirds of the way).
Pour the 7up or Sprite into the jug (about 200ml - 300ml depending on the size of the glass). If using lemonade, squeeze in the juice of half a lime.
Cut up about three mint leaves and add to the jug.
Add the sugar to the jug and stir.
Pour the contents of the jug to the glass of mint and ice.
Cut the lime slice once from the middle to the outside and place over the rim of the glass


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