Easy Chic Mojito Bar


If you want to make the mojito bar the star of the show, divide stations among small, end-table sized tables to for greater presence. Try to use similar containers for your ingredients (all glass, ceramic, galvanized tin, etc.) Print out tented labels/instructions or flat cards with slits cut into the sides through which you can insert ribbon and tie around containers. Decorate the table according to your theme and color palette. Think fresh flowers, sparklers, flags, pinwheels, fruit, candy, Americana.

*Sparkling juice already contains sugar and carbonation so no extra sweeteners or fizzy water necessary! If you like your drink sweeter, opt for natural fruit sodas. Belvoir Farms Presses and World Market fruit sodas are great.
*No mess ice: instead of boring, messy cubes, prefreeze ice sticks (like the "kabobs" at CalliopeBoutique.com) and gather in a lovely ice bucket. Ice and swizzle all in one!

Drape a long table (or a few short tables together if you don't have a long one) with festive cloth.Belvoir Farms Organic PressesIcy Swizzle SticksStation 1: Group like-glasses together. (Whatever you want to use - highballs, iced tea glasses, etc.)Station 2: Create a bouquet of mint sprigs or use a mint plant (wash the leaves). Set a muddler nearby.Station 3: Pour a shot of rum into shot glasses and group.Station 4: Pour lime juice into a small glass pitcher/creamer.Station 5: Ice cooler.Station 6: Sparkling juices in various flavors* (mango, pomegranate, cranberry, raspberry, blood orange, lemon-lavender, etc.).Station 7: Arrange napkins creatively!


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