Our Blackberry Mint Mojito Cocktail recipe is an amazing backyard cocktail perfect for relaxing in the warm weather.
Blackberry Mint Mojitos are full of delicious rum, wonderful fresh mint, fresh lime juice, flavorful blackberries, and soda water. Perfect for drinking on a warm day or for sharing with friends!
You can make this delicious cocktail ahead of time in a pitcher, keeping it cool in the refrigerator until you and your guests are ready to enjoy this delightful summer drink.
Careful these cocktails pack a punch so watch out!
Blackberries have always been a favorite of mine, both for eating as a delicious snack and for adding to my favorite treats. Blackberries grow and ripen from late spring to early Fall but their peak season in the United States runs from July to August.
Blackberries are a very easy fruit to grow and plentiful to harvest once you find a decent thicket in the wild.
Once this berry is ripe, either in the garden or the forest, get ready for an abundant harvest! You are sure to have plenty for making blackberry recipes all summer long.
How to make the best mojitos?
The best mojitos start with the best white rum, period. Be sure to avoid flavored rums so as not to overpower the fresh mint leaves, you are going to need these for the refreshing qualities of the drink.
Always use the freshest ingredients because you are sure to be able to tell the difference when you are enjoying them. Always chop or muddle your mint leaves well to get the right amount of mint in your drink and don’t forget to serve this cocktail cold with lots and lots of ice.
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Blackberry Mint Mojito Cocktail Recipe
Scale This Recipe
- 1/2 cup blackberries
- 8-10 fresh mint leaves
- 1/2 c. light rum
- Juice of 2 limes
- Crushed ice
- club soda
- Simple syrup
- In a small bowl, muddle blackberries, then add them to the glasses.
- Chop mint leaves a bit and add to glasses.
- Next add rum, lime juice, and simple syrup to glasses.
- Pour in crushed ice.
- Top off with soda.
- Garnish with mint, blackberries and limes, enjoy!