Mojito | Cuban Cocktail Mojito | Recipes Mojito
Recipes Mojito | Cocktail Mojito | Mojito Recipes
What is Reggaeton?
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  • Juice of ½ or the whole lemon (depending on taste)
  • Rum brown or white, depending on taste, however, it is recommended to use either white Havana or Bacardi
  • 1 to 2 teaspoons of sugar
  • 6 fresh mint leaves or a mint sprig
  • Ice cubes
  • Club soda, mineral water or Tonic


  • There are various possibilities of making a Mojito, but we describe the most recommended one.
  • Use a tumbler and put the mint leaves in it.
  • Add sugar and muddle it with mint leaves. Let the mixture stand a few minutes. It is important to muddle the mint leaves well in order to extract their full aroma, because that is what gives this cocktail its unique, refreshing taste. It is one of the secrets of Mojito.
  • Finally fill the glass with ice cubes.
  • Add rum and mix with ice.
  • Top up with lemon juice and soda and stir.
  • Garnish with a mint sprig.
  • Mojito is served with a straw.

Things to know

  • One may also add some Angostura, a popular ingredient often used in cocktail preparation. It comes from the plant with the same name. This spice blend is also available in stores and consists of Angostura-concentrate, dried camomile, raisins, cardamom seeds and cinnamon sticks.
  • There is a common mistake of adding crushed ice or lemon slices into Mojito. This art of preparation is only appropriate for Caipirinha, but not for Mojito.
  • Mojito originated in Havana in the 1930's.

Alcohol content: 17%

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Dancing Reggaeton
Perrear:to dance reggaeton . A very close dance, in which a man stands behind his female dance partner, who has her bottom pressed against him, while moving her hips sensually in circles to the rhythm of the music.
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