Muddle lime, sugar, superfine and mint leaf in a highball glass. Fill with crushed ice. Add Vodka. Top up with soda water. Stir.”
Bath Melt – Mix bicarb, citric, pure coco butter, Mango oil and blue hawian fragrance.
Not much difference in the set up – but our bath melts are sure to leave you stired and definitely not shaken!
Did you know?
Havana is the birthplace of the Mojito, although the exact origin of this classic cocktail is the subject of debate. One story traces the Mojito to a similar 16th century drink known as "El Draque", after Francis Drake. In 1586, after his successful raid at Cartagena de Indias Drake's ships sailed towards Havana but there was an epidemic of dysentery and scurvy on board. It was known that the local South American Indians had remedies for various tropical illnesses; so a small boarding party went ashore on Cuba and came back with ingredients for a medicine which was effective. The ingredients were aguardiente de caña (a crude form of rum, translates as fire water from sugar cane) added with local tropical ingredients; lime, sugarcane juice and mint. Drinking lime juice in itself would have been a great help in staving off scurvy and dysentery. Tafia/Rum was used as soon as it became widely available to the British (ca. 1650). Mint, lime and sugar were also helpful in hiding the harsh taste of this spirit. While this drink was not called a Mojito at this time, it was still the original combination of these ingredients
- Directions: Place your Bath Melt in warm water and watch as it melts away softly into the water, pull out or break in half for 2 baths. Take out of cup or retrieve from the bath.
Made with the finest cocoa butter these melts offer the most indulgent bath and moisturising finish on your skin.
Please rinse petals or decorations away from bath immediately after use to prevent accidental staining.
Sodium Bicarbonate. Theobrama Cacao(Cocoa) Seed Butter. Sodium Cocoate. Zea Mays Starch. Citric Acid. Sucrose. Aqua. Parfum. Citrus Aurantifolia. Menthe Peperita Oil. Limonene. Citral. Linalool. Geranio. CI 14700. CI 19140.