Mint Mojito



Sometimes a simple drink like Mojito can lift your mood. It is a safe bet drink where no one can go wrong. There is nothing more refreshing than Mojitos to quench your thirst and tingle the taste buds when summertime arrives.
Mint Mojito is a classic and non-alcoholic drink made from mint leaves, lime juice and soda water. Mint sprigs muddled with sugar and lime juice will give you a refreshing treat to your taste buds.


Knowledge Corner

Before beginning with this recipe let us dwell into some of the amazing insights about the ingredients and the recipe

  • Havana, Cuba is said to be the birthplace of Mojitos. The name arrives from Mojo, a Cuban seasoning made from lime that is used as a flavouring agent.
  • A mojito without alcohol is called a virgin mojito.
  • This drink is more than 500 years old. While it is a little bit difficult to get into the exact details but it is estimated that it first originated in the 1500s.
  • There are special mojito ice cubes also made of water, sugar and lime juice that will help to keep the flavour intact. Normal ice cubes can water down your mojito.
  • Originally these were made to use for medicinal purposes. Pirates used to create drinks with sugar lime, mint and aguardiente (early rum) to treat scurvy and dysentery.

What are the benefits of mint and lemon?

pexels-anthony-shkraba-4753646Lemon and mint when come together will give you a refreshing flavor to your recipe. Lemon is a rich source of Vitamin C and antioxidants which help to maintain your body’s energy and also gives your skin a glow. Also, it aids in weight loss and gives your body natural electrolytes. Mint helps you digest more effectively; improving the flow from liver to the gallbladder, to the small intestine.

Preparation Time- 10 minutes
Total Time- 10 minutes
Servings- 2


  • 12-15 mint leaves
  • 2 tbsp sugar syrup
  • 4-6 lemon rounds
  • 2 tbsp lemon juice
  • Crushed ice as required
  • Lemon based soda as desired to fill

How to prepare

  • In a glass, add mint leaves and sugar syrup
  • Then add lemon wedges and muddle it to extract all juice
  • Add the lemon juice and crushed ice. Then add the lemon-based soda up to the top.
  • Stir slightly using a stirrer and serve immediately with some mint leaves and lemon wedges.


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