Mojito Recipes to Muddle Your Senses
A true Cuban-style mojito is sweet, refreshing, and simple to make: sugar, fresh lime juice, and mint leaves are muddled and topped with white rum and soda water. Stick with the classic recipe
, or mix it up with something fruity or frozen. Read on for more mouthwatering takes on the mojito.
A mojito hits the spot in the summertime, when temperatures soar to Havana-like heights. A watermelon infusion makes the most of the season’s bounty.
Perfect for summer entertaining, this tropical riff on the mojito can be made a night in advance. Blend in the mint, add club soda, and garnish with mango slices just before serving.
This refreshing crowd-pleaser gets a double dose of mint -- from the mint-infused simple syrup and the fresh sprigs for garnish. Since the ingredients are always available, there’s no reason not to enjoy it year-round!
Honeydew, Mint, and Lemon-Thyme Mojito
Kick off the warmer months with this simple stunner of a cocktail. Just blitz mint-lemon thyme syrup, sweet summer melon, rum, and lime juice in the blender.
Bing Cherry Mojitos
This light, fizzy drink gets luxurious flavor from fresh Bing cherries, which we’ve paired with vodka instead of the traditional rum.
Swap out the traditional soda water for fresh orange juice and raise the citrus quotient with kumquats to make the ideal brunch cocktail. No one will miss the mimosas!
You can serve any mojito on the rocks...or you can blend the rocks right in. Use fresh lemon and lime juice for an extra-slurpable slushie.
Mojito Italian Ices
Veer into spoon territory with mojito Italian ices, which can be made ultra-quick in the blender for emergency cravings.
Mojito Ice Pops
Ditch the booze and let the mint and lime shine in these frosty kid-friendly treats. Adults will love the pops, too (especially if you serve them with a sidecar of rum!).