How to Make a Cane Mojito
Making a cane mojito involves muddling together fresh mint, raw sugar and pure sugarcane juice before adding it to fresh lime juice and Haitian rum. Mix up a pure cane mojito 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 cane mojito. What is a mojito? A mojito is a traditional Cuban drink that was drank on the plantations, that were made by the farm workers themselves. The ingredients usually include simple syrup, soda water, rum, lime, and mint. Here at Tap-Tap we're famous for making Haitian mojitos; however, today I'm going to show you a cane mojito. I'm going to start with an ounce and a half of rum. You can use your favorite rum. Here at Tap-Tap we use the Barbon Court. I'm going to muddle the mint with raw sugar. It's very important that you crush the stems because the essence of the mint is in the stems. And grind the leaves. We want to get some good color in there. I'm going to add pure sugarcane juice to my mixture, my mint mixture, and lime. I'm going to give this a good mix and add it to my rum. I'm going to garnish it with fresh mint flowers, some sugarcane, a slice of lime. And that is a pure cane mojito. Let's give it a try, yummy. If you like it sweet this is your drink. Thank you. This is Milawna. This is a pure cane mojito, and thank you and enjoy.