Mixology is very important to learn at bartending school and is implemented in our 40 hour  bartending classes that is state licensed by the Florida department of education, so come earn your diploma at the best bartending school in Orlando.

Here at Elite Bartending School Orlando we believe that the Mojito teaches the fundamentals of mixology.

Every class learns a different variant on the classic Mojito. Today we learnt the Kiwi Mojito, which our bartending school students loved!!

The Mojito became very famous in the united states, only recently when compared to the Mojitos rich history.

The Birth place of the Mojito is Havana, Cube, although the exact origin is the subject of debate. But the Origin isn’t important. What’s important is the fact that this drink has revolutionized the world of cocktails today and how we teach our bartenders at the top bartending school in Orlando, Florida.

Traditionally the Mojitos consist of five ingredients, Rum, sugar, lime, mint and Soda. This recipe has inspired bartenders to utilize ingredients such as herbs and spices, using ingredients once only found in the kitchen, to create amazing tasting cocktails. But today we added our own home-made Kiwi Puree, made with fresh Kiwi.

The technique of the Muddle has inspired bartenders all over the world, inspiring bartenders to use fresh ingredients, rather than using pre-made mixers, just like the good old days.

Even though we teach our bartending school students how to create cocktails using the everyday ingredients, we also love to inspire them, teaching students the classic way of cocktail making and how to manipulate these classics and use them as a foundation in creating there own amazing tasting cocktails.

So from all of us at Elite Bartending School, Orlando, thank you again,  Ernest Hemingway for bringing us the Mojito from Cube to Key West all those years ago.