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Looking for a very delicious twist on a classic? Look no further than this raspberry mojito mocktail. This delightful and fizzy drink has a fruity burst of flavors that will leave you refreshed and wanting more.
🍹 What is a Raspberry Mojito Mocktail?
A raspberry mojito mocktail is a light pink and delightful combination of raspberry simple syrup, lime juice, club soda and mint leaves. This easy to make non-alcoholic drink is packed full of light and refreshing raspberry flavor that is swirled together with a little fizz and hint of mint.
This drink is an easy to make non-alcoholic twist on a classic mojito. Typically, mojitos are made with lime juice, simple syrup, mint leaves and rum. Taking the rum out and adding in club soda gives you a plain mojito mocktail.
This mocktail takes it even a step further by taking that plain mojito drink and ramping it up by using a raspberry flavored simple syrup to give this an extra sweet berry flavor. And, it’s still super easy to make, it can be stirred up and under 8 minutes. You can also make other flavored mojito mocktails such as this strawberry mojito mocktail or a mango mojito mocktail.
As if that’s not enough, here are a few reasons that this recipe is a must try:
- Light and refreshing. The fresh mint and sparkling club soda creates a refreshing and invigorating sipping experience that you’re sure to love.
- Beautiful berries. This is full of Sweet raspberry flavor. However, it’s not an overly sweet drink so it still feels like a fresh based fruit mocktail.
- Perfect for everyone. This is a great drink to serve up from kids to adults alike. You can serve it at most any occasion and everyone is sure to enjoy it
⭐ When to Make This Drink
This refreshing and easy to make mocktail is well suited for serving up at so many different occasions. Here are a few suggestions to think about:
- Baby showers
- Beach days
One of the great things about this mocktail is that you can customize it in a wide variety of different ways. Try out a few of these ingredients substitutions and flavor variations:
- Muddle raspberries. Give it even more fresh fruit flavor to this drink by muddling a few raspberries in with the mint leaves. This can replace the raspberry syrup for plain syrup or be an addition to.
- Use a flavored seltzer water. Instead of using plain club soda you can ramp up the flavors in this drink by using a flavored fizzy water. Some good options include raspberry flavor or lime flavor.
- Make a large batch. Multiply your ingredients by six times and mix this together in a punch bowl or pitcher if you want to serve it for a crowd.
- Freeze it up. Add ice and all of your ingredients into a blender. Then, blend everything together to make this a slushy mocktail.
- Add additional garnishes. Make this even more eye catching by adding a couple fresh raspberries on a cocktail pick or a lime wedge to the rim of the glass.
- 5 to 10 Mint leaves
- 1 oz Raspberry simple syrup
- 1 oz Lime juice
- 4 to 5 oz Club soda.
First you want to make sure you have everything needed for this mocktail. This should include a bar spoon, strainer and shaker, jigger, highball glass, ice, raspberry simple syrup, lime juice, muddler and club soda.
Fill the glass all the way up to the top with ice.
Toss 3 to 5 mint leaves into the bottom of the cocktail shaker.
Add 1 oz of raspberry simple syrup into the shaker with the mint leaves.
Take your muddler and gently muddle the mint and simple syrup together. The key to muddling is to crush the leaves enough so that they release their juices, but not so much that each completely rip them apart.
Add 1 oz of lime juice into the cocktail shaker. Then, toss a handful of ice in the shaker.
Cover the shaker up with its lid. Shake it up for around 15 or 20 seconds or until the shaker becomes icy on the outside.
Remove the shaker lid and place the Hawthorne strainer over top. Then, strain the liquid from the shaker into your highball glass.
Grab your club soda and pour it directly into the glass. You should fill the glass the rest of the way with club soda. This is typically going to be around 4 to 5 oz.
Finally, place the bar spoon into the glass. Stir everything together so that it is mixed well.
If desired, take a sprig of mint and place it on the top of the drink.
Raspberry Mojito Mocktail
- highball glass
- Hawthorne strainer
- cocktail shaker
- bar spoon optional
- 5 – 10 Leaves 5 to 10 mint leaves, 1 oz raspberry simple syrup, 1 oz lime juice, 4 to 5 oz of club soda.
- 1 oz Raspberry Simple Syrup
- 1 oz Lime Juice
- 4 – 5 oz Club Soda
- Fill a highball glass to the top with ice.
- Toss 5 mint leaves into a cocktail shaker.
- Use the jigger to measure 1 oz of raspberry simple syrup and add that to the shaker.*see notes below if you don't have a jigger. you can also measure in tbs and cups.
- Take the muddler and gently smash the mint in with the raspberry simple syrup. Mint leaves should be partially broken, but not totally ripped apart.
- Add some ice into the cocktail shaker.
- Use the jigger to measure 1 oz of lime juice and add that to the shaker.
- Put the shaker lid on and shake it up for about 20 seconds.
- Remove the shaker lid and put the strainer on the shaker. Pour the drink into the glass.
- Use the jigger to measure 4 – 5 oz of club soda and add that to the glass.Pro tip: just top the glass off with club soda instead of measuring it out.
- If desired, stir it up with the bar spoon and add a few mint leaves on top of the drink as a garnish.
- 2 tbs lime juice
- 2 tbs raspberry simple syrup
- ½ – ⅔ club soda
- You can use homemade or store-bought raspberry simple syrup.
- An alternative to raspberry simple syrup is to muddle 5 raspberries with the mint and use regular simple syrup.
- If you don’t have a cocktail shaker, you can use any jar with a lid. Mason jars work great.