Mango Mojito Recipes

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Making a mango mojito requires adding fresh mango juice and fresh mango puree to muddle mint, sugar and lime juice. Create a fruity tropical 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 mango mojito. What is a mojito? A mojito is a traditional Cuban drink that was drank at gatherings and made by the sugarcane field workers. The ingredients usually include sugarcane, pure sugarcane, mint, lime, and rum. Here at Tap-Tap we're famous for our Haitian mojitos , so I'm going to give you an example of how it's done. Okay, we're going to start with fresh mint. It's very important to muddle the mint. We want the full flavor of the mint in the drink. It's very important to crush the stems because the essence of the mint is in the stem. And we're going to grind up the leaves real nicely. You're going to build this mojito in the glass. You don't shake it. Start with ice. We're going to pour rum, an ounce and a half usually best, simple syrup which is a half and half combination of sugar and water. Now, to my crushed mint mixture I'm going to add fresh mango juice. You can just use sliced mangoes and puree them with just a little bit of water and sugar. I'm going to add that to the mixture and I'm also going to add fresh squeezed lime juice. I'm going to give this mixture a good stir and add it to the drink. I'm going to garnish it with some fresh mint and lime, and here's your mango mojito. This is Milawna and thank you for watching.


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