How to Make an Orange Mojito

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To make an orange mojito, crush up fresh mint with raw sugar before adding fresh orange juice and lime-aid. Mix up the fruit and sugar with rum to finish off the drink with tips from an experienced bartender in this free video on mojito variations.

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Hi, this is Milawna, and we're at Tap-Tap, in South Beach, Miami, showing you how to make mojitos. In this clip, I'm going to show you how to make an orange mojito. What is a mojito? A mojito is a traditional Cuban drink that was made for the plantation farmers on sugarcane fields. Cubans typically drink this drink at gatherings. Here at Tap-Tap, we're famous for our Haitian mojitos, but however, today, we're going to show you how to make an orange mojito. I'm going to start with fresh mint. It's very important to use fresh mint because the essence of the mint comes from the stem. So, I'm going to crush the mint with raw sugar and muddle it. It's very important to get what's inside of the stem. After I crush the mint I'm going to add some fresh squeezed orange juice and lime-aid. I'm going to give it a good stir, and I'm going to add this mixture to an ounce and a half of rum. I'm going to garnish it with fresh mint, a slice of orange, and a slice of lime, and a piece of sugarcane. So, let's have a taste, delicious. This has been Milawna, showing you how to make an orange mojito, and thank you for watching.


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