How to make a

The Mojito cocktail originated in Cuba and consists of only a few basic ingredients but the result is a perfect blend of the tart and the sweet and is remarkably refreshing. This recipe contains sizes for one serving although you can adjust it to make a pitcher full. While it is a perfect cocktail for hot days, be careful you don't drink too much of it. Once you make a pitcher of it you might be tempted to drink all of it and if you do you might find yourself speaking Spanish for the first time or end up in other unusual situations!

This is the perfect recipe for a Mojito because it stays true to the original cocktail and uses real and fresh fruit ingredients. The recipe is based on one serving but it can be easily scaled up to make a pitcher for your guests when entertaining during summer.


  • 3 mint leaves

  • 1/2 ounce simple syrup

  • 2 ounces white rum

  • 3/4 ounce lime juice, freshly squeezed

  • Club soda, to top

  • Garnish: mint sprig

  • Garnish: lime wheel

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How To Prepare

  1. Add ice to glass

  2. Shake Boozy Mojito pre mix

  3. Pour mix into glass (adjust to taste)

  4. Add lemonade

  5. Enjoy!


Whats In A Mojito?

The Mojito is known as a highball drink. Originating in Cuba, it is not surprising that the cocktail uses ingredients that are native to the country: rum, mint, limes, and raw sugar. The cocktail's ingredients are typically topped off with club soda to create a drink that satisfies thirst. The Mojito requires more effort than other mixed drinks (since it first requires combining mint, limes, and sugar to create its distinctive flavour) but it rewards you with a refreshing and mildly sweet rum-based cocktail that has retained its popularity to this day.