How to Make a Raspberry Mojito
A raspberry mojito is made by muddling fresh mint, raw sugar and raspberries together, and then adding it to rum, raspberry puree and lime juice. Create a refreshing Cuban cocktail 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 a Raspberry Mojito. What is a Mojito? Well, a Mojito is a traditional Cuban drink that was drank at gatherings on the plantations by the field workers. The ingredients usually include simple syrup, soda water, rum, lime and mint. Here at Tap-Tap we're famous for, for making Haitian Mojitos, but I'm going to show you how to make a Raspberry Mojito. I'm going to start with fresh mint, and muddle it with raw sugar. It's very important that you muddle the stem because the essence of the mint is in the stem. I'm going to crush the stem and grind the leaves. I'm going to add fresh lime juice, raspberry puree and fresh raspberries. I'm going to give it a good mix and I"m going to add it to an ounce and a half of rum. You can use your, your favorite rum. Here at Tap-Tap we use Haitian rum. I'm going to combine the mixture with, with the rum. I'm going to garnish it with fresh mint, a couple of raspberries, and some lime. And this is the fresh, fresh Raspberry Mojito. We're going to try it, see how it is. Delicious. It's a, it's very fresh, it's good, and refreshing, it's good for a day at the beach, or poolside. It's a great drink. Enjoy.