In search of a refreshing cocktail that you can easily make at home? This list of Mojito Recipes has 6+ flavor options to bring the bar to you!
From fruity to spicy to gin-based options, this list of Easy At-Home Mojito Recipes has something for everyone!
Green Tip: Growing your own herbs is a delicious way to reduce your environmental footprint. Homegrown herbs have zero associated food miles, no pesky plastic packaging, and are free of damaging fertilizers and chemicals. Consider growing mint in your garden or on your windowsill to use for mojitos!
As an environmental scientist, I believe making small changes like growing your own herbs can make a bigger impact over time.
1. Fiery Ginger Beer and White Rum Mojito
2. Tropical Strawberry Pineapple Mojito
3. Classic Spicy Mojito with Jalapeño
4. Refreshing Muddled Kiwi Mojito
5. Refreshing Matcha Mojito
6. Crisp and Refreshing Gin Mojito
I hope this list of Easy At-Home Mojito Recipes inspires you to mix up a refreshing and delicious cocktail! If you’re still not sure where to start, I included this Ginger Beer Mojito. It’s a refreshing yet fiery cocktail that is both simple and delicious, featuring just a few ingredients like ginger beer, mint, white rum, and lime.
6+ Mojito Recipes, including Ginger Beer MojitoPRINT PIN RATE
- Cocktail Muddler (optional)
- ½ ounce lime juice (½ oz lime juice usually = juice from ½ a lime)
- 5 fresh mint leaves (+ more for garnish)
- ½ cup ice
- 3 ounces white rum
- 6.8 ounces ginger beer (6.8 oz usually = 1 can)
- Cut your lime in half, squeezing the juice from one half into a highball glass, and setting aside the other half for garnish.
- Add about 5 mint leaves into the glass and muddle for about 30 seconds to release the flavor of the mint.
- Add ice, rum, and ginger beer and stir.
- Garnish with a lime wedge and more mint and serve ice cold!
- It’s best not to use a shaker for this cocktail. You won’t want to lose the crisp carbonation of the gingerbeer.
- I like to really taste the rum, so I add two full jiggers worth of it to each drink, but if you want the rum to be less prevalent, start with one. You can always add more!
- 1 fluid ounce = 2 tablespoons
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