Starting with a small joke, Marlins teammates Emilio Bonifacio, Omar Infante, and Jose Reyes, signaled each other with a sideways ‘V’ over one eye after a big hit. The ‘V,’ was a hand signal that stood for ‘Lo Viste,’ Spanish for See That. It slowly started to become a ritual after drills, sprints or any highlight moment, so much so that it swept the field in popularity back in 2012. Before they knew it, the two-finger salute captivated MLB fans across North America, and many teams in the league mimicked this celebratory tribute popularized by these Cuban and Domican players.
Inspired by the tasty Cuban cocktail, Lo Viste Mojito Sour is a tart, quenching ale packed with lime juice, lime zest with a crisp hint of spearmint. Celebrate victory with this satisfying summer sipper!
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