Affiliate Disclosure: As an Amazon Associate, I may earn commissions from qualifying purchases from Amazon.com.
When I polled my Instagram audience if they wanted this recipe after previewing it, the answer was 100% YES. I completely understand why because and it is indeed 100% REFRESHING! Bubbly Strawberry Mint Mojito is the summer drink you’ve been craving. You just didn’t know it!
Like a lot of gardeners, my mint plant is growing faster than I can use it up. A mojito recipe is a perfect way to make use of the summer herb, and its herbaceous flavor adds a cooling effect to this cocktail. Not a gardener? The mint sold in your local grocery store’s produce department will suffice — just remember to keep it refrigerated until use.
This recipe is for one cocktail but you could easily maximize it to make a pitcher to serve to guests at your brunch or outdoor summer party. It’s so good thanks to its fresh ingredients and the bubble’s effervescence.
Have you ever heard of “muddling” herbs? You may have seen a bartender do it when crafting a cocktail. By using a cocktail muddler, or in my case the end of a wooden spoon, you simply press and twist the mint in the bottom of a sturdy wine glass. Just in case you would like a visual for how to do it, here’s a helpful instructional link.
I used strawberry-flavored Waterloo Sparkling Water for extra fruit flavor in combination with sliced fresh strawberries. You will also need sugar, lime wedges, and aged silver rum over ice.
I know you’re going to adore this recipe for Bubbly Strawberry Mint Mojito! Appreciate fruit cocktails? You’ll also like my recipe for Blackberry Mint Fizzy Mojito! Want a similar drink but without the booze? Check out this recipe for Cucumber Mint Raspberry Detox Water.
One Delightful Life
A refreshingly sweet yet tart cocktail, the mint complements the fresh strawberry very well. You can prepare it to enjoy on a hot summer day or for friends at your next brunch!
15 minPrep Time
15 minTotal Time
- 1 1/2 oz. aged silver rum (Cruzan)
- 4-5 mint leaves
- 1 T. white sugar
- 3 lime wedges (small quarter pieces)
- 1 sliced strawberry
- 1 can Waterloo Strawberry Sparkling Water
- crushed ice
- Add the mint leaves, sugar, and lime wedges to the glass.
- Muddle the mint leaves, mint, and sugar together until fragrant and well mashed.
- Add half a glass of crushed ice.
- Add sliced strawberries.
- Add rum.
- Fill glass until it's full with the sparkling water.
- Garnish with a strawberry and sprig of mint.
Use silver rum for this recipe. Substituting dark rum is not an option to achieve the desired recipe flavor.