Mojito Recipe – Its a light & Refreshing

Mojito recipe is a blend of lime juice, rum, sugar, mint leaves, and club soda. In this version, we keep the sugar low, and swap granulated sugar for honey. It’s delicious, easy, refreshing and it’s the best mojito there.

Mojito Recipe - Its a light & Refreshing

Mojito recipe is easy and made with few ingredients, lower sugars. I also gravitate towards cocktails based on rum and vodka which are clean, crisp and not fermented with grains. Case in point: This recipe uses Bacardi rum fermented from molasses.

The most refreshing drinks on steamy days are icy cold and flavorful like this delicious fresh-mint mojito. Muddle mint into lime juice and sugar and then stir in rum to make mojito in a pitcher. If you plan to serve immediately add ice and top with soda from the club. If you are making the pitcher of mojito in advance, wait to add the ice and club soda until you are ready to serve so it stays carbonated.

But we’re swapping honey instead of granulated sugar (or simple syrup)-half of the traditionally used amount. So I think you could consider this more like a skinny cocktail mojito recipe. I also strongly recommend that you use fresh limes rather than packaged lime juice. In a cocktail recipe with a few ingredients it really matters the quality of the ingredients. And you will surely notice a more vibrant

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Mojito Recipe - Its a light & Refreshing
Mojito recipe is a blend of lime juice, rum, sugar, mint leaves, and club soda. In this version, we keep the sugar low, and swap granulated sugar for honey. It's delicious, easy, refreshing and it's the best mojito there.
Mojito Recipe - Its a light & Refreshing
Course drinks
Cuisine Cuban
Keyword Mojito Recipe
Prep Time 5 Min
Passive Time 5 Min
Servings
Cocktail
Ingredients
Course drinks
Cuisine Cuban
Keyword Mojito Recipe
Prep Time 5 Min
Passive Time 5 Min
Servings
Cocktail
Ingredients
Mojito Recipe - Its a light & Refreshing
Instructions
  1. Add the leaves of mint, honey and lime juice to a glass of highball or glass. Use a muddle to muddle the mint leaves gently but don't muddle too much as you don't want the leaves to break up.
  2. Pour in the rum, then fill in ice with 2/3 of the way glass.
  3. Top it off, add a sprig of fresh mint with club soda, add a straw and enjoy.
Recipe Notes

In this recipe I use one teaspoon of honey, so half of the sugar. But depending on how sweet you like the cocktails, you can use more or less.

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