World Mojito Day Celebration at WIP Bangsar

On 11th July, I was invited to WIP Bangsar for the World Mojito Day celebration. If you are a big fan of Mojito, I am sure that this event is no stranger to you. From its timeworn origins as a panacea for shipboard ailments, the humble Mojito, popularized by Ernest Hemingway, has gained immense popularity in recent years, but nowhere more so than at WIP in Bangsar Shopping Centre, where you can find the largest selection of Mojitos in KL.

The flexible nature of the Mojito lends itself well to local variations which utilize the wide of selection syrups, purees and juices available at WIP, the home of the Mojito.

Thanks to their unstinting attention to the Cuban cocktail, WIP has long been considered the best place around to get a refreshing, perfectly made Mojito. This year, guests were greeted with an explosion of colours and serenaded by Latin percussionists as WIP celebrated World Mojito Day in true Havana style on 11th July 2018. 

The Classic Mojito is a rum cocktail flavoured with sugar cane, mint, lime and soda water, to create a refreshing thirst quencher, perfectly suited for tropical climes.


For those new to the Mojito, WIP conducted a Mojito masterclass, displaying the dedication and effort that goes into every cocktail. The stars of the night were of course, the rainbow of Mojitos exclusive to WIP including the Mango Lychee, Strawberry Coconut, Tumeric Tango, Bora Bora, Dragon Eye and Ananas. 

– Focusing on local ingredients and tropical flavours, the selection of Mojitos exclusive to WIP include the Mango Lychee, Strawberry Coconut, Tumeric Tango, Bora Bora, Dragon Eye and Ananas.

For those new to the Mojito, WIP conducted a Mojito masterclass, displaying the dedication and effort that goes into every cocktail.

When commenting on the house speciality, Brian Choo, Executive Director of the SOUL Society Group said, “A fruity Mojito is always refreshing in hot tropical weather. Furthermore, the flexible nature of the cocktail allows us to experiment and come up with delicious new recipes using local ingredients and the wide of selection syrups, purees and juices available at the home of the Mojito. WIP will continue to take pride in offering the Klang Valley a Mojito experience like no other.”


In keeping with the Cuban theme, Mojito lovers had a chance to pair their cocktails with a wide selection of Cuban cigars. As the lucky winner of a contest by La Casa Del Habano, one guest even got to bring home a brand-new RM3000 humidor.

Guests celebrating International Mojito Day at WIP were greeted in true Havana style with an explosion of colours and the sweet sounds of Latin percussion.

WIP continues to be the ideal place to unwind after a hard day’s work, that offers personable service and memorable experiences. 


To find out more information on WIP and its latest offerings, you can visit their Facebook page at http://fb.com/wip.kl.


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2 comments :

  1. I'm off alcohol but I think I had it before. Name is familiar. Love the colours all around.

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    1. Time to get back on again... Haha! I am sure you have heard about it before :)

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