Uva 69 Presents How to Make a Mango Mojito

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On Thursday, February 19, Miami New Times celebrated the end of calendar editor Patrice Elizabeth Grell Yursik's illustrious five-year career with the paper. We had a party and got drunk at Uva 69 in Miami's historic MiMo District in the Upper Eastside. At the end of the night, I fell off the roof of clubs editor Jason Handelsman's car and cracked the LCD screen on the el cheapo camera I shot the above video with.

The Mojito is a signature drink for Miami and the mango mojito is a signature drink at UVA 69. Watch bartender Tom break down the process so you can make your own. You'll need

  • Rum
  • Simple Syrup
  • Mango
  • Sprite
  • Ice
  • Mint
  • Big Cup

Follow the steps in the video and you'll be drunk in no time, just stay off the car roofs and you should be alright. Don't drink and drive.

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