A classic delicious mojito mocktail recipe that you can make in under 5 minutes!
The mojito is such a classic drink. The fresh mint, the tangy lime juice and the touch of sweetness makes for a perfect drink.
The exact origin of the mojito is still up for debate. Some say it started as a remedy for curing illnesses. Others say the drink was brought by pirates who invaded Cuba.
No matter where the mojito was invented or how it came to be so popular, we don’t particularly care. We are just glad that virgin mojito is here and that it tastes oh so good.
"it tastes oh so good"
Of course our version of the classic mojito has no alcohol at all. This recipe for virgin mojito is completely alcohol free and it still tastes completely incredible.
We simply skip the rum and keep all the best ingredients that go into a mojito. Fresh mint leaves, fresh lime juice and a little simple syrup are all we need!
To make our simple mocktail, all you need to do is crush the mint, sugar, lime juice and simple syrup together in a glass. Be sure to really break those mint leaves so that the oils and flavor comes out.
Add some ice to the glass, a touch of club soda and give the drink a quick stir. Your mojito mocktail is ready to enjoy! Pretty easy, right?
Delicious mocktails don’t have to be hard and they don’t have to be complicated. Sometimes the best drinks are the most straightforward, just like this non alcoholic mojito. Enjoy!
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Here are the answers to a few of your top questions about classic mojito mocktail. If you still have questions, feel free to shoot us a message and we will respond ASAP!
A traditional mojito is a cocktail as it is made with rum. Any blended drink that contains alcohol can be called a cocktail. However, our mint mojito recipe makes a fantastic mocktail. There is no alcohol in our drink! Just a tasty blend of non-alcoholic ingredients.
Mocktails do not contain alcohol. Mocktails are beverages that are made to look and taste like classic cocktails but without the alcohol. Mock cocktails is what a mocktail really is!
There are sooooo many incredible mocktails out there. Our page is full of them! It all depends on your favorite flavors and what you like to drink. If you love refreshing mint and lime juice, then this mojito mocktail is exactly what you need.
If you are a pumpkin spice kind of person, a pumpkin pie martini mocktail may be for you. It is pretty impossible to choose the best mocktail when so many of them are delicious. You’ll just have to give a few recipes a try!
No way! A mojito is just for anyone who loves fresh mint and lime flavors. Mojitos are for people who have great taste.
You do not need to shake a mojito. In fact, if you shook a mojito, the club soda would lose a lot of its fizz. Simply muddle the mint, sugar, and lime juice, add some ice and club soda to the glass, give it one quick stir, then enjoy!
Our mojito is served with ice. It is definitely best when chilled!
If you are talking about muddling mint, then we have an answer for you! Mint is muddled to help release the natural oils in the leaves. The oils are where all the flavor lies. When you grind the mint with the rough sugar, those oils come out and your drink becomes delicious.
Muddle it! Breaking up the mint and grinding it with the sugar gets all the flavor out of the leaves.
The name “mojito” could have come from a few different sources. Mojadito means “a little wet” in Spanish which could be one origin of the word mojito. A Cuban, lime-based seasoning called mojo may also be the root of the word mojito.
Some say the drink was created by African slaves working in the fields of Cuba. They would make drinks for their owners similar to mojitos. Mojo can also mean “to place a little spell”, so the slaves would mix up these magic concoctions and give them to the plantation owners. No matter the origin of the word, we know it is a drink we adore!
Mocktail means “mock cocktail”. It is a cocktail that is made without alcohol.