It is a Cuban cocktail.\n.
\nThe traditional version is made with rum, fresh mint leaves, sugar and soda water. It has become trendy for hip clubs and restaurants to offer th…eir own signature versions. \n.
\nThere are many interesting variations on the classic recipe (MORE)
Mojito is a great drink to serve your guests. While mojito is typically made with alcohol and that is what we are talking about here but if you have guests who can not drink a…lcohol then the process is : Put about 2 teaspoons of sugar, half lime and 3 or 4 leaves of mint in a small glass. Press lightly to get the mint extract and the lime juice out and mix with the mint and limes, add a shot of rum and cold water to taste. Add ice and decorate with mint leaves and leave the lime in the glass. (MORE)
Sarah Suseyi the Bartender at the Bamboo Bar and Grill in West Seattle makes the Best Mojitos on the planet. Their Mint julep is brought in fresh from a farm on Vashon Island …daily. It's worth the trip (MORE)
Mix 50ml of Barcardi with 3 tablespoons of squeezed fresh lime juice. Then add 2 teaspoons of caster sugar, or ordinary sugar if one has no caster sugar. Add 12 mint leaves, a… splash of soda water and serve over crushed ice. (MORE)
The Mojito originated in Havana, Cuba. there are many variations of the drink. The ingredients needed to make a Mojito are rum, sugar, lime, club soda and mint for garnish. … There are several recipes for making Mojito cocktails that can be found online. (MORE)