Definition of mojito
: a cocktail made of rum, sugar, mint, lime juice, and soda water
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The house margarita whets the appetite with fresh lime juice, brown simple syrup and El Jimador tequila, but the better choice may be the Coco-Mojo, a Bacardi mojito mixed with coconut cream.
DRINKS Cocktails like a mojito ($9) and a gin fizz ($10) are available, as well as several beers and wines.
Mojitos are notorious for being the absolute most aggravating cocktail for concocting.
Under the most recent guidelines, travelers themselves were responsible for making sure that their trip was not simply about drinking mojitos and going to the beach.
Or, opt for a sweet treat or free house wine, beer, mixed drink or signature cosmo, mojito or margarita.
Presumably, American visitors would have to go elsewhere, say the Bodeguita del Medio (where Hemingway drank mojitos instead of daiquiris).
On the beach, a mojito may set you back 7 or 8 euros ($8-9).
So pour yourself a mojito and get ready for Summer of Obamacare Repeal Drama.
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