What Do You Drink at Your Second Home?

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In Roatan and in La Paz, Mojitos. I am a huge Mojito girl, and love them best made with fresh mint and lime. I thought Victor’s muddled Mojitos were the best I’d ever tasted, created at Bite on the Beach in West Bay, Roatan –great restaurant — and he sent me home with the recipe and a bag of Honduran pure cane sugar. (Carrying a bag of white powder home from Central America did make me a little nervous, have to admit, but never come between a girl and her Mojitos.) But at Costa Baja in La Paz, I had another delicious Mojito and learned they pureed fresh pineapple in with the mint, lime and sugar.  What do you like to drink when you relax at home? Anyone making homemade eggnog this year?

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  1. Samantha says

    Mojitos are downright delicious — and dangerous! I applaud your sense of adventure. I have recently accepted the fact that I am a yuppie, and for me that means drinking wine on most occasions … er, most occasions that call for libations. However, I do enjoy a white Russian from time to time at home, and I'm eager to perfect the art of the dirty martini.

  2. Samantha says

    Mojitos are downright delicious — and dangerous! I applaud your sense of adventure. I have recently accepted the fact that I am a yuppie, and for me that means drinking wine on most occasions … er, most occasions that call for libations. However, I do enjoy a white Russian from time to time at home, and I'm eager to perfect the art of the dirty martini.