Mojito Pitcher Recipe (Best Mojito Recipe for a Crowd)

Mojito Pitcher Recipe (Best Mojito Recipe for a Crowd


If you’re planning a party or gathering with friends and family, there’s no better way to cool down and enjoy the festivities than with a refreshing and delicious Mojito pitcher. This classic Cuban cocktail has become a popular favorite among cocktail enthusiasts worldwide and is perfect for any occasion, whether it’s a backyard barbecue, beach party, or even a formal event.



— Here’s what you’ll need:



For the Mint Simple Syrup:


▢1 cup superfine sugar (you can also use granulated sugar)

▢1 cup water

▢2/3 cup fresh mint leaves (1 ounces)


For the Mojitos:


▢2 cups good quality white rum (16 ounces)

▢1 cup fresh lime juice (6-8 limes)

▢2 cups club soda




▢Fresh lime slices

▢Mint sprigs


— How to make it :



For the Mint Simple Syrup:


In a small saucepan set over medium-high heat, bring sugar, water and mint leaves to simmer (low boil). Stir until the sugar dissolves and then simmer 3 more minutes, without stirring. Pour the simple syrup over a mesh strainer set over a larger bowl. Set the simple syrup in the fridge to cool, about 30 minutes.


For the Mojitos:


Once the simple syrup has cooled, pour it into a large pitcher and add the rum and lime juice. Stir and chill at least 1 hour or up to 3 days.


For Serving:


When ready to serve, add the club soda and gently stir.


Pour into ice-filled glasses and garnish with lime slices and mint leaves (if desired).





– Variations of Mojito :


Strawberry Mojito: To make a strawberry mojito, replace the simple syrup with strawberry puree. Add fresh strawberries to the pitcher and muddle them with the mint leaves. This variation will give your drink a sweet and fruity flavor.


Coconut Mojito: To make a coconut mojito, replace the club soda with coconut water. Add coconut rum to the pitcher to give it a tropical twist. This variation will transport you to a beach paradise.



Pineapple Mojito: To make a pineapple mojito, replace the lime juice with fresh pineapple juice. Add chunks of pineapple to the pitcher for an extra fruity kick. This variation is perfect for a luau-themed party.


Blueberry Mojito: To make a blueberry mojito, replace the simple syrup with blueberry syrup. Add fresh blueberries to the pitcher and muddle them with the mint leaves. This variation will give your drink a beautiful purple color and a delicious blueberry flavor.



— Storage:


If you have any leftovers, you can store the Mojito pitcher in the fridge for up to 24 hours. However, the longer the cocktail sits, the more the mint flavor will infuse, making it taste stronger. So, it’s best to consume it within a few hours of making it.



— Nutrition Information:


Mojito cocktail is not a low-calorie drink, but it does contain some vitamins and minerals. The nutrition information for one serving (8 oz) of Mojito is as follows:


Calories: 218

Total Fat: 0g

Saturated Fat: 0g

Cholesterol: 0mg

Sodium: 12mg

Total Carbohydrate: 26g

Dietary Fiber: 0g

Sugars: 23g

Protein: 0g


As you can see, the Mojito pitcher recipe is a delicious and easy-to-make cocktail that is perfect for a crowd. It’s also easy to customize by adding different fruits or herbs to suit your taste preferences. So, try this recipe at your next party and impress your guests with your bartending skills. Cheers!





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