The blackberry mojito mocktail is a fruity and unique twist on the classic mojito mocktail. This mocktail features blackberries, mint, and lime in a highball glass. Finally, the drink is topped off with sparkling water, which adds fizziness and bubbly texture to the mocktail.
About This Recipe
The Mojito is a popular cocktail that originated in Cuba and is often enjoyed during the summer months. It is traditionally made with fresh lime juice, fresh mint, granulated sugar, rum, and club soda. This non-alcoholic version adds a delicious blackberry flavor that pairs well with the classic citrusy flavors of mojito. All you need is a few simple ingredients, and you’ll have a refreshing non-alcoholic drink bursting with fruity freshness.
Why You Will Love Blackberry Mojito Mocktail
- Easy to make: Mocktails are generally easy to make. They require minimal ingredients and will be ready in no time.
- Perfect for any occasion: Blackberry mojito mocktail is a refreshing and versatile drink suitable for many occasions. The combination of sweet blackberries and tangy lime juice makes it a popular choice for various events and summer parties.
- Refreshing: Like classic mojito, this mojito mocktail is usually served over ice in a highball glass, making it a refreshing beverage on a summer day.
Blackberry Mojito Mocktail Ingredients
- Blackberries: You can use either fresh or frozen blackberries. If you are using frozen blackberries, let them thaw before muddling.
- Lime juice and lime wedges: Fresh lime juice gives a refreshing and citrusy flavor to the mocktail.
- Sparkling water: Adding a splash of carbonated water can provide a fizzy and refreshing element to your mocktails.
- Mint leaves: Muddling helps bring out the flavor and refreshing aroma of mint leaves.
- Simple syrup: Simple syrup is used to add a touch of sweetness to the mojito.
- Granulated sugar: Sugar adds texture and flavor.
How to Make Blackberry Mojito Mocktail
- To make this blackberry mojito mocktail, blackberries are muddled with lime juice, granulated sugar, lime wedges, and mint leaves in a glass to release their flavors.
- Add simple syrup to balance the tartness and sweetness of the mocktail.
- Fill the glass with crushed ice. Top off the glass with sparkling water or club soda.
- Using a bar spoon, give a quick and gentle stir. Garnish the drink with lime wedges and mint sprigs.
- Mocktails and drinks are all about the presentation. Use stylish glassware to enhance the presentation of your mocktails. If you love fruity flavors and colorful drinks, then you should try these refreshing mocktails.
- Using fresh and seasonal fruits, herbs, and juices is the key to creating flavorful mocktails.
- Use fresh mint leaves, lime wedges, sugar rims, or fruit skewers to add visual appeal.
- Adding a splash of carbonated water, soda or Sprite provides a bubbly and refreshing element to your mocktails.
- Turn it into a mojito cocktail: Turn a blackberry mocktail into a cocktail by adding a splash of white rum to it.
- Blackberry ginger mocktail: Replace sparkling water with ginger ale for extra sweetness and depth of flavor.
What Is a Blackberry Mojito Made Of?
A blackberry mojito is made of fresh blackberries, mint leaves, lime juice, simple syrup, and sparkling water.
What Can I Use Instead of Sparkling Water?
Depending on your preference replace sparkling water with club soda, plain water, lemon-lime soda, or ginger ale.
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- 6 blackberries + more for garnish
- 6 fresh mint leaves + 1 sprig for garnish
- 1/2 Lime, juiced
- 1/2 lime, cut into wedges
- 4-6 ounces of sparkling water
- 1 teaspoon granulated sugar
- 2 tablespoons simple syrup
- Crushed ice
- Mint sprigs for garnish
To make this blackberry mojito mocktail, blackberries are muddled with lime juice, granulated sugar, lime wedges, and mint leaves in a glass to release their flavors.
Add simple syrup to balance the tartness and sweetness of the mocktail.
Fill the glass with crushed ice. Top off the glass with sparkling water or club soda.
Using a bar spoon, give a quick and gentle stir. Garnish the drink with lime wedges and mint sprigs.