10 Greatest Mojito Recipes of All Time
In the summer, the only thing we want to do is sit by the pool and sip on delicious mojitos. The classic Cuban cocktail has rightly become one of summer’s best Latin cocktails–and we can’t wait for more.
If you’re as much a fan of the rum-and-mint cocktail as we are, then you’ll love this collection of the greatest mojito recipes we could find. From the traditional mojito to the fruity pineapple mojito to a vodka mojito (what?!) or even a skinny mojito (yes, really!), The Latin Kitchen has got exactly what you’re looking for. Of course, you’ll want to start with a 101 on how to make the perfect mojito. Once you’ve got that down, enjoy the rest!
The Classic Mojito
This authentic recipe for the classic mojito is crisp, refreshing, and fruity. Click here for full recipe.
Grilled Pineapple Mojito
Grilled pineapple mojito is a sweet twist on the classic cocktail. Click here for full recipe.
El DF Mojito
This sultry cocktail from the world famous Pujol Restaurant in Mexico City is made with tequila (of course) and hierbabuena leaves for a hot and cool, smokey and minty mojito. Click here for full recipe.
Brugal Extra Dry Mojito
Refreshing cocktail favorite made with Extra Dry Brugal rum. Click here for full recipe.
Grapefruit and mint are a perfect union in this mojito. Click here for full recipe.
Ciroc Coconut Skinny Mojito
Say hello to a new season with a refreshing Cîroc cocktail: made with fragrant muddled mint and fresh lime juice. Click here for full recipe.
Kick back, relax and enjoy a refreshing Rhubarb Mojito. Tart rhubarb is sweetened and simmered with a bit of orange before getting a generous shot of rum, fresh mint and sparkling water for a bubbly flavorful drink that can’t be beat. Click here for recipe.
Grey Goose Mojito
A slight twist on the classic mojito, with vodka and yuzu juice. Click here for recipe.
Cool down on hot summer days with this cucumber mojito recipe. This mojito has a subtle herbal flavor with a shot of elderflower liqueur and cucumber syrup and is a great addition to any bar menu. Click here for recipe.