The Kimmy is named after my friend Kim, and it blends and borrows from several drinks: the gin and tonic (of which we’ve had more than one together), the mojito (one of her favorite drinks), and seltzer (a watering-down trick I learned from her). For a non-alcoholic variation of this drink, mix Mint Simple Syrup with seltzer and serve over ice with a mint sprig garnish.
|¼||cup freshly squeezed lemon and/or lime juice|
|¼||cup Mint Simple Syrup|
|~||Mint sprig for garnish|
Read more about summertime drinks in Carrie Floyd’s article “Cool summer cocktails.”
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