Hey! Wanna drink something simple Yet Fancy at home?
If your answer is yes and you have a cold store near you then Virgin Mojito is the Recipe for you. It’s simple to make, fancy to say and a great drink to have during a house party. If you think that the name sounds a bit like a cocktail, it’s because it has a counterpart that is one. If you add some specific alcohols to it then boom, you get a cocktail.
Because of this, whether you are someone who loves the buzz of alcohol or someone who fears it, Mojito is the way to go. But since we are talking about Virgin Mojito let’s skip the Alcohol in the recipe. Don’t worry we will let you know how to make the Mojito at the end one as well.
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Ingredients for Virgin Mojito
- 30 milliliters of soda
- 30 milliliters of lemon juice
- Ice cubes as required
- 8 mint leaves
- 20 milliliters of sugar syrup
- 2 lemon wedges
To make a Virgin Mojito, all you need to do is grab the ingredients, crush them and shake them up. The ingredients determine whether you make a cocktail or mojito version of mojito as this is one of those drinks that have both versions available.
Total Time 5 minutes
Step 1: Shake it Up
– Take a shaker
– Add mint leaves, lemon wedges, sugar syrup, and fresh lemon juice
– Crush everything inside the shaker
– Add 8-10 ice cubes to it
– Shake well until all the ingredients release their flavors
Step 2: Add the Soda and Serve
– Add soda to fill up the glass
– Garnish with lemon wedges and Mint leaves
One can use Sparkling water instead of Soda. Along with this, if you are making this for a crowd, you can chop or grind the mint to release the maximum flavor.
You can add Rum or Vodka to turn this Mocktail into a Cocktail. The ratio of the Rum/Vodka to Soda should be 50/50
Before we Go,
Since this is a cold drink, it will taste best when served on a cold glass. This concept applies to all the cold drinks – not just for Virgin Mojito.
Also, it should be noted that It is pronounced as Mohito – not mojito. The reason for this is because it is a Cuban drink and Cubans speak their version of Spanish also known as Cubano and in Spanish, J is pronounced as Hota.
And as always, thank you for reading till the end. If you have any suggestions for you, do let us know them down in the comments below.