After having lunch, we found the Sugarcane Mojito Bar. It was a bar that served mainly mojitos and very limited on other type of drinks. We learned to make a mojito at Bar Tending School several years ago. It is a drink we like and have always said Dee makes the best!
The mojito is a beautiful, very refreshing rum-based cocktail born in Havan. A traditional mojito is made with white rum, simple syrup, lime juice, sparkling water and mint. It is garnished with mint leaves and lime wedges. The Sugar Cane Bar offered a large range of mojitos to include Bacardi, Spicy Passion, Pineapple Coconut, Jalapeno Cucumber, Raspberry Guava, Coco, Pisco Punch, Porton Mate, Pacific Ocean and Pimm’s No 8 cup. There was a nice couch in the corner by the window and a band playing Cuban music. Our first drinks were Raspberry Guava, Pisco Punch and Bacardi Mojitos.
We spent a lot of time at Sugar Cane drinking mojitos and listening to live music. One evening a passenger from Canada was given the mic to perform a few songs. She played one of her original songs. She was 19 and her father was pushing to be a singer. She was more interested in going to college first. Sounds like a smart girl to me. This is another Raspberry Guava & Bacardi Mojito.
One evening after dinner we stopped in and we noticed that Dee’s drink, Pisco Punch, matched her top. The lighting wasn’t so good but it REALLY did match more than it shows.