Jumpin’ Jimbilin Mint Cocktail

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Stoli Vodka or Rum Bar White Rum
Fresh sprigs of mint
Club soda or ting (if you want a slightly sweet taste)

To make the jimbilin juice, pulse chunks of the fruit in a food processor, blender or with an immersion blender, the pour through fine sieve into container to reserve the juice: Snip a few sprigs of fresh mint from the garden, pull the bottle of white rum or vodka out from chilling in the fridge and you’re practically all set. Fill bottom of glass with fresh jimbilim juice – how much is up to you. The more you add, the more fruity the flavour that will come through at the end: Pour your choice of alcohol over the watermelon juice, and chase lighty with a ‘toops’ of Ting or club soda.

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