Milana from Tap Tap in South Beach, Florida, demonstrates making a raspberry mojito. After explaining the history of the Haitian drink, she starts the drink with fresh raw mint and raw sugar. Placing those ingredients in a rather large mortar, she uses a pestle to crush the mint stems to release their oil and grind the leaves. Then she adds fresh lime juice, raspberry puree, and fresh raspberries. After mixing the drink with a spoon, she fills a glass with ice and adds one and one half ounces of Haitian rum to the glass. Then she pours the mixture from the mortar into the glass. Finally, she uses fresh mint, a couple of raspberries, and a slice of lime as a garnish.