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In Delhi? Head to the city's first Mojito festival

There's something to keep you in high spirits (pun intended) this long weekend

Nanda Das @nanda1das 27 March 2018, 8:03 PM
Let some magical Mojitos keep you company this long weekend

Let some magical Mojitos keep you company this long weekend Image: Facebook

Are you anxious about the long weekend knocking at the door? Because you haven't made any plans unlike most of your colleagues, who are heading to the nearby hill station or beach resort for that much-deserved break? Worry not. We have something less troublesome than planning a getaway and equally, if not more refreshing, for you. Delhi's #Nofilter Cafe has been hosting a Mojito festival for the last few days, and they have not two, or three, but eight different varieties of cocktails. 

Classically, a Mojito is a traditional Cuban cocktail made of five ingredients — white rum, sugarcane juice, lime juice, mint and soda water.

The cafe is sticking to the traditional varieties, tweaking them a bit here and there for a desi flavour. For instance, they have introduced Mojito variants in paan, strawberry, passion fruit and watermelon, among others. Sounds exciting, right?

Paan Mojito

Paan Mojito

A refreshing blend of white rum, paan leaf and gulkand.

Strawberry Mojito
A sweet combination of white rum and fresh strawberry with cranberry juice.

Passionfruit Mojito
A blend of white rum, passion fruit and mint.

Cucumber Mojito

Cucumber mojito
A freshly mixed concoction of white rum, fresh cucumber and mint, topped with soda.

Watermelon Mojito
A traditional mix of fresh watermelon, white rum and mint.

Coconut Mojito
A Caribbean style mix of white rum, coconut syrup and mint.

Cinnamon Mojito
A deadly combination of white rum, fresh mint and cinnamon.

Beetroot Mojito

A fresh mix of white rum, beetroot juice and mint leaf.

The festival ends on Saturday, March 31, and prices start from Rs 325 for a glass to Rs 895 for a pitcher. Hic hic hurray!

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