This Fresh Blueberry Mojito recipe is a refreshing cocktail that is full of flavor! Featuring fresh blueberries muddled with sugar, mint, and lime juice, this is a drink you’ll reach for time and time again.
Don’t you just love a good fruity cocktail at the height of summer? Fruit is at its peak freshness and a cold drink is the perfect patio companion when the weather is balmy.
I realized the other day that I’ve featured cocktails with strawberries (Strawberry Basil Vodka Cocktail and Strawberry Lemon Punch), blackberries (Blackberry Rum Cocktail- The Raven), grapefruit (Fresh Grapefruit and Mint Cocktail), cherries (Whiskey Soaked Cherries and an Old Fashion), pineapple, and mango (Mango Pineapple Margarita with Passion Fruit Syrup)… but no cocktails with blueberries!
That’s about to change with this sweet and refreshing Blueberry Mojito recipe. I’ve been really into Blueberry Mojitos lately — they’re such an easy go-to summer cocktail recipe.
We have been entertaining a ton lately (we love it!) and I keep finding myself whipping up Blueberry Mojitos for all of our guests. (Except for one who didn’t like blueberries — I made her the Strawberry Basil Vodka Cocktail I mentioned above, and she was happy!)
How to Make a Fresh Blueberry Mojito
This recipe is so easy and comes together in three simple steps:
Step #1: In a cocktail shaker, muddle together the fresh blueberries, sugar, mint leaves, and lime juice.
Step #2: Add the rum and shake well.
Step #3: Pour the contents of the shaker into glass filled with ice and top with lime club soda.
That’s it! Three simple steps to a delicious, fruity, and fresh summer cocktail. This Blueberry Mojito recipe will be loved wherever you serve it — from backyard BBQs to bridal showers to your kitchen table after a long day. Enjoy, and happy summer!
- 1 cup fresh blueberries plus more for garnish
- 1 teaspoon sugar
- 8 mint leaves
- juice of 2 limes
- 4 oz clear rum
- 4-6 oz lime club soda
In a cocktail shaker, muddle together the blueberries, sugar, mint, and lime juice.
Add the rum and shake well.
Pour the contents of the shaker into glass filled with ice and top with soda.