Mojito – Mojito, stemming from a Spanish word Mojadito (a little wet), this drink is believed to have been made by African slaves working in the sugar cane plantation in the Caribbean, where the juice from the sugar cane and the mint leaves helped to improve the harsh flavor of the rumbustion.

Karumba Rooftop Rum Bar, offering five best of traditional and creative mojitos for taste of a Caribbean vacation in a glass.

01). Mojito
At Karumba, we serve our Mojito with freshly squeezed lime and lashings of mint, mixed with fresh sugar cane juice, a generous pour of Cuban rum, topped with soda water and served in a standard or Big Mama size glass.


Dirty Mojito

02). Dirty Mojito
The dark side of the Mojito, where dark rum replaces light rum to give a richer flavor.


Fruit Mojito

03). Fruit Mojito
A fruity flavour for your Mojito. Please check your choice of fruits with your server.


Falernum Mojito

04). Falernum Mojito
Falernum is a homemade liqueur recipe from over 100 years ago, based on rum infused with ginger, clover, vanilla, cinnamon and lime, sweetened with almond-rose syrup. So we use this liqueurinstead of rum to give this Mojito a delicious and exotic flavour.


Mojito Royale

05). Mojito Royale
The luxurious version of Mojito that mixes the classic Mojito of lime, mint, sugar cane juice and rum, shaken and strained into a chilled flute glass and topped with sparkling wine.

For advance reservation, please call 21 75 999 777.