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mo·ji·to

 (mō-hē′tō)
n. pl. mo·ji·tos
A cocktail made of rum, sugar, lime juice, crushed mint leaves, soda water, and shaved ice.

[Cuban Spanish, from diminutive of Spanish mojo, sauce, from mojar, to moisten, to dip, from Vulgar Latin *molliāre, to soften by wetting; see moil.]

mojito

(məˈhiːtəʊ)
n, pl -tos
a cocktail consisting of rum, sugar, lime, mint, and soda water
[C20: Spanish, diminutive of mojo wet]
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For decades bartenders have deftly delivered mixed drinks as discerning customers flock in droves to the establishments that offer the best margaritas, mojitos and martinis.
Bartenders from across the region took part in the competition where they were judged on speed, quality and pouring techniques while lucky customers enjoyed copious amounts of Mojitos, sponsored by Santa Teresa Claro Rum.
If the planning is right, women can drink many, many Mojitos on Monday (through Tuesday and Wednesday), and if they are still thirsty on Thursday, they can have as many caipiroskas.
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