- n. Plural form of mojito.
“The best way I’ve found to make graham cracker crumbs is to repurpose a muddle - the kind used for mashing the ingredients in mojitos and other cocktails to release their natural oils/juice.”
“Today, it’s Michael Mina at 12: 15, and Pichet Ong at 1: 15 (plus free mojitos from the Rums of Puerto Rico after 1: 45 for those of you looking for a liquid lunch!)”
“Miami Beach Hotel (designed by Williams-Sonoma Inc. 's PBteen home-furnishings brand) is hosting Wii contests and offering mocktails such as mojitos, daiquiris and margaritas, all sans alcohol.”
“In December of 2007, I was playing with SEO keywords related to my business, real estate in Miami, when I happened to notice that, at the time, 'mojitos' was the number one keyword searched for in Google.”
“She goes onto rave about how delicious the mojitos with champagne in them are and how great the martinis are; how delicious the appetizers are.”
“As bad as I want one of their mango mojitos, I decline.”
“Sanford is waiting to be fired, so he can collect unemployment while sitting on a beach in Sao Paulo sipping mojitos with "Maria.”
“Turns out they had it on their calendar but we didn't ... not sure how that happened, but we decided not to spurn the opportunity for a nice dinner with friends, so we said hasty goodbyes and scurried off to Del Inti on Alberta for a fabulous Peruvian dinner and excellent mojitos.”
“During a holiday weekend filled with beer, mojitos, margaritas and champagne toasts, I managed to open a bottle or two of Niagara region wine for my friends in Boston.”
“Retreating to a quiet, candlelit corner, they sat holding hands on a white leather sofa, drinking mojitos, occasionally kissing, and quietly making plans for their future together.”
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