Do you Mojito?
Everyone agrees that the Mojito was born in Cuba, where rum, limes, mint and sugar have long been produced in abundance.
Some say the name comes from the word “mojo,” which West Africans in Cuba used to describe a small bag containing magical items that could ward off evil spirits, bring good fortune, or offer a connection to the spirit world. Thus, “mojito” loosely translates as “little spell,” and there’s no denying that every mojito has a bit of sparkling magic within.
Fastest way to lose your mojo? Finding all those ingredients, then slicing, measuring, muddling and shaking when all you want is a refreshing cocktail.
So we worked a little magic of our own and made perfect mojitos as easy as cracking a can.
filtered water, pure cane sugar, alcohol, natural flavors, real lime juice concentrate, citric acid, sodium benzoate