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Looking for more non-alcoholic cocktails? Try a classic Shirley Temple, my favorite raspberry soda lemonade, or a delicious fruit punch. For alcoholic options, see my full cocktail list.
Mocktail Mojito Ingredients:
- Mint. Fresh confused mint leaves in the background.
- Lime. Bright and citric.
- Sugar. Or your sweetener of choice (agave is good).
- Ice. Keep it cold!
How does a Mocktail Mojito mix?
- First, mix the mint and 1 piece of lime in the bottom of a glass (cocktail glass, highball, something short and strong).
- Then add the sugar and more lime. Crush it!
- Finally, fill the glass with ice and cover with mineral water or mineral water. Enjoy!
Where are the mojitos from?
The story is a bit murky, but the classic mojitos (with rum) are from Cuba, probably dating back to the 1500s.
Can I use a sweetener other than sugar?
Yes, agave and honey are excellent. They will change the flavor slightly, but in a good way!
Worried about saving calories? By following the “non-alcoholic cocktail” route with your Mojito (rum-free), you've already removed about 100 calories from your drink!
What do you do with a muddler?
A muddler is a bartender's tool used to break ingredients like herbs, fruits, and spices into the bottom of a glass before mixing a drink. This process releases juices, oils and aromas.
How is mint confused without a mess?
If you don't have a muddler, you can use any kitchen utensil, like the end of a wooden spoon or rolling pin.
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This refreshing refreshing Mint Mojito has all the flavor and no alcohol! Simply mix fresh mint, lime, and sugar (or agave) and top with ice and soda. You will never miss the rum. Cuisine: Cuban Cooking time: 5 minutes Total time: 5 minutes Servings: 1 portion Calories: 128kcal
- 10 fresh mint leaves and more to decorate
- 1/2 lime cut into 4 wedges, divided
- 2 tablespoons of white sugar or to taste
- 1 cup of ice cubes
- 1/2 cup of soda
- In a medium, sturdy glass, add mint leaves and 1 lemon wedge. Use a muddler to crush the mint and lime, releasing the peppermint oils and lime juice.
- Add 2 more lime wedges and sugar, and mix again to release lime juice. Do not strain the mixture.
- Fill the glass almost to the top with ice. Add soda and more sugar to taste if desired. Garnish with mint leaves and the remaining lemon wedge.
Calories :: 128kcal