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Minty Mojito Mocktail

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This mojito mocktail is flavorful, refreshing, and so delicious that you won’t miss the booze! Made with fresh lime and mint, Seedlip, and a few other basic ingredients, this NA drink is perfect for summer days as it’s light and fresh, but also has a deeper, more complex flavor like quality craft cocktail.

I love all of the creative names for NA drinks and the mocktail mojito is probably the one I’ve seen with the MOST names – faux-jito, NO-jito, zero proof mojito, NA mojito, etc. and as mocktails continue to grow in popularity, I’m sure we’ll see even more!

Whether you’re totally sober, sober curious, or just on a mocktail kick, you won’t miss the booze in this delicious non-alcoholic drink! And be sure to check out my mojito mocktail, margarita mocktail, cranberry mocktail spritzer, Surely wine review, and how my life changed when I quit drinking next time.

Mojito mocktail with mint garnish.

Estimated reading time: 6 minutes

What You’ll Love About Mojito Mocktail Recipe

  • Delicious mint and lime flavors
  • Complex flavors like a craft cocktail
  • Easy to make
  • Made with just a few simple ingredients
  • You won’t miss the alcohol!

Ingredients

  • Lime – Look for fresh and juicy limes!
  • Mint– Look for fresh mint leaves, without any browning on the edges.
  • Seedlip Garden 108 – This NA spirit is going to add a complex flavor to your mocktails and I highly recommend it.
  • Simple syrup – You can make your own (it’s easy!) or buy it pre-made. It’s typically in the garnish and mixer section of liquor stores. To make your own, simply bring 1/2 cup water and 1/2 cup granulated sugar to a simmer (or until sugar has dissolved). Remove from heat and set aside. Store in refrigerator for 2-4 weeks.
  • Soda water – Use your favorite club soda or sparkling water or make your own with a soda stream.
Ingredients to make mocktail mojito recipe

How to Make a Mojito Mocktail

This is an overview on how to make a mojito mocktail, the detailed instructions can be found below in the recipe card.

Muddle limes and mint. Add quartered limes and mint leaves to a cocktail mixer and muddle.
Hand muddling limes and mint
Mix NA mojito. Add Seedlip and simple syrup to cocktail mixer and stir to combine.
Stirring mint mojito mocktail
Finish drink. Fill low ball glass with crushed ice and lime slices. Strain mojito over the ice and top with soda water. Garnish with fresh mint.
Pouring mojito over ice into glass.

Zero-Proof Mojito Variations

There are essentially endless mojito variations! Back in my drinking days, we went to a mojito bar in Denver that had more than 50 different flavors, so while I’ll share a few specific ideas below, anything goes!

Strawberry Mojito Mocktail

Probably the most popular variation, there are a few options for types of strawberries – a few fresh berries, sliced in half, stems removed; frozen strawberries that have been thawed; a spoonful of strawberry jam. Add them to the limes and mint and muddle away. Add some sliced strawberries for a pretty garnish.

Blackberry Mojito Mocktail

Use a few fresh blackberries and muddle with lime and mint. Garnish with a few fresh berries if desired.

Mango Mojito Mocktail

Fresh mango chunks or frozen mango chunks that are thawed will both work. Muddle with lime and mint.

Blueberry Mojito Mocktail

You can use fresh blueberries; frozen blueberries that have been thawed; a spoonful of blueberry jam. Muddle with lime and mint.

Mojito mocktail in a glass with mint garnish

Storage Instructions

This drink is best served immediately.

How to Prep Ahead

Make your simple syrup a few days in advance if making it from scratch.

Topping off mojito mocktail with soda water.

What to Serve with Mocktail Mojito

I love to serve mocktails with some easy snacks, here are a few favorites:

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Mojito mocktail with mint garnish.

Minty Mojito Mocktail

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Description

This mojito mocktail is flavorful, refreshing, and so delicious that you won’t miss the booze! Easy to make, simple ingredients.


Ingredients

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  • 2 small limes, quartered
  • 1/4 cup mint leaves
  • 2 oz. Seedlip Garden 108
  • 1 oz. simple syrup
  • soda water
  • garnish: fresh mint and lime slices

Instructions

  1. Add quartered limes and mint leaves to a cocktail mixing glass and muddle until mint is fragrant.
  2. Add Seedlip Garden 108 NA spirit and simple syrup to the mixing glass and stir.
  3. Fill low ball (short) glass with crushed ice and add lime slices. Strain mojito over the ice and top with soda water. Garnish with fresh mint.


Notes

  • To make your own simple syrup, simply bring 1/2 cup water and 1/2 cup granulated sugar to a simmer (or until sugar has dissolved). Remove from heat and set aside. Store in refrigerator for 2-4 weeks.
  • Don’t skip the Seedlip Garden 108 – if you’re into mocktails, it’s a great NA spirit to stock. You can use it in so many drinks, but my fave simple drink is the Seedlip Garden 108 and Fever-Tree Light Tonic! 

Keywords: mojito mocktail, mocktail mojito

Recipe, video, and photography by Clara-Jane Photography.

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