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Strawberry Mojitos

These Strawberry Mojitos are made with fresh strawberries, mint, rum, simple syrup, and lime juice and are the only cocktail you’ll need this summer!

(This recipe for Strawberry Mojitos was originally posted in April 2011, but was updated with new photos in 2018).

Head-on view of strawberry mojitos on a marble tray with lime, strawberry, and mint garnishes and a pink shaker in the background with "Strawberry Mojitos" text at top

Well friends, we made it to Friday. Congratulations! You deserve a drink 🙂 It was almost a year ago that I moved into my new apartment (well, 9 months, but who’s counting) and declared that I needed to make more cocktails. I’ve been pretty good keeping up with my promise and now that the warmer weather is hitting us once again (pool!!!), I’m trying my hand at some new concoctions. This strawberry mojito is a drink that I think would be especially delightful poolside. When it comes to goals like “make more cocktails,” I guess I’m pretty good at keeping them 🙂

I swear I thought I had a bottle of rum in my liquor cabinet. But when I went to make these strawberry mojitos, I realized we only had a bottle of Bacardi 151. Oops. It was the weekend, so I figured it wouldn’t be a problem. But probably you should just use regular rum for these mojitos… Just sayin’.

STRAWBERRY MOJITOS RECIPE

Because this cocktail is made in a shaker, my recipe makes one at a time. However, if you’re making strawberry mojitos for a crowd,  you can certainly make multiply the recipe and make it in a pitcher. Just muddle the strawberries and mint in the bottom of the pitcher and then add the ice and other ingredients and stir well. You can either keep the mint in the pitcher or remove it depending on your preference.

I was only making two drinks, so I made them one at a time in my pretty pink cocktail shaker. I muddled strawberries and mint on the bottom of it.

Pink cocktail shaker with strawberries and mint muddled on the bottom

Then added ice, rum, simple syrup, and lime juice and shook it up. I poured it into an ice-filled glass, topped it off with a little club soda, and garnished the glass with a strawberry, lime slice, and mint leaf.

Bird's eye view of strawberry mojitos on a marble surface with strawberry, lime, and mint garnishes and mint and a pink cocktail shaker in the background

Sip away! But be careful if you use 151. It’s kinda strong 🙂 And by kinda, I mean really. Thank goodness I didn’t have any plans to leave my house.

I’ve always been a pretty big fan of mojitos and love this strawberry variation. My other faves include this Lavender Lemonade Mojito I’ve made, as well as this Key Lime Pie Mojito. The mojito options are seriously endless and that is a wonderful, wonderful thing.

Landscape view of two strawberry mojitos on a marble tray with strawberries scattered around and a pink cocktail shaker in the background

But ugh, if you live in New England, you’re with me on being seriously depressed that it’s April and feels totally freezing again. And it probably seems like I’m teasing you with this super summery drink. But you could always crank up the heat, put on some Kenny Chesney, and sit on the couch in the bathing suit. OK, that might be kind of weird. But here’s to hoping the sun comes out and the heat returns soon.

Keep your eye out because I’m planning on having plenty more drink recipes this summer. Let me know if you have any special drink ideas or requests 🙂

Head-on view of strawberry mojitos on a marble tray with lime, strawberry, and mint garnishes and a pink shaker in the background

I hope you all have a wonderful weekend! My fabulous Aunt Judy is in town from Buffalo, so I’ll be spending some time with her and my family and probably making more of these strawberry mojitos. And getting some major cleaning and organizing done around the apartment. I have a) wedding magazines, venue information, and wedding mailings, b) tax documents, and c) food magazines and recipes pages absolutely everywhere. I have a great filing cabinet, but… I’m really bad at using it. Order needs to enter into my life ASAP! Organization? Well, that calls for another cocktail.

Do you drink summer cocktails even when it’s not warm outside?

5 from 2 votes
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Strawberry Mojitos
Prep Time
15 mins
Cook Time
15 mins
Simple syrup cooking time
1 hr
Total Time
30 mins
 

These Strawberry Mojitos are made with fresh strawberries, mint, rum, simple syrup, and lime juice and are the only cocktail you'll need this summer!

Course: Drinks
Cuisine: American
Keyword: cocktail, Mint, Strawberries
Servings: 1 cocktail
Author: Sues
Ingredients
  • 5 medium strawberries, plus 1 for garnish
  • 8 mint leaves, plus more for garnish
  • 2 oz. rum
  • 1 1/2 oz. simple syrup (recipe below)
  • 1 oz. freshly squeezed lime juice
  • Splash Club soda
  • Lime slices, for garnish
Simple Syrup
  • 1 cup granulated sugar
  • 1 cup water
Instructions
  1. In the bottom of a cocktail shaker, muddle strawberry and mint leaves together.

  2. Add ice to the shaker, along with rum, simple syrup, and lime juice and shake until well blended.

  3. Pour cocktail into an ice-filled glass and top off with club soda. Garnish with strawberry, a lime slice, and mint leaves.

Simple Syrup
  1. In a medium saucepan, bring water and sugar to a boil. Turn down the heat to a simmer and stir until the sugar completely dissolves and mixture thickens a bit. 

  2. Remove from the stove, pour into a heat-proof bowl or jar and place in the fridge to cool completely.

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22 Responses to "Strawberry Mojitos"

  1. I am a huge fan of mint mojitos so I can just imagine how fabulous strawberry ones are! No problem drinking them all year round!

  2. Sonny says:

    This looks amazing!!! I just had a mojito this week to celebrate the sun finally coming out for more than two days in a row!! I can’t wait to try out your strawberry mojito recipe!

  3. Lauren at Keep It Sweet says:

    This strawberry mojito looks good to drink in any weather! Last summer I had an amazing blueberry mojito and have been obsessed with related drinks ever since. Time to get drinking:-)

  4. Erica says:

    What a fun drink. I’m not sure I’ve ever even tried a regular mojito! The strawberries are such a fun touch. I kind of eat/drink out of seasons all the time. Soup in the summer, smoothies in the winter 🙂 Enjoy the weekend

  5. Michelle says:

    I wish it get warmer already so I can have a drink like this on a patio somewhere!

  6. Amy says:

    THAT LOOKS AMAZING! i’m not a big fan of original mojitos, but add some fruit and i’m loving it! definitely need to try this.

  7. Megan says:

    That looks so refreshing and summery! My college roommates got really drunk off 151 shots one night and I vowed to never drink it, so I’ll make this with regular old rum. 🙂

  8. Meighan says:

    Those look great! I am guilty of not making a creative cocktail, or just going for wine because it is easier…I have some inspiration now!

  9. Audrey Ellen says:

    More that the seasons, the food I’m eating makes me crave certain drinks. So when there’s chips, salsa and tacos involved, mojitos it is!

  10. Emily @ A Cambridge Story says:

    Yummy! 151 is definitely ambitious but, hey, it was Friday! I tend to make mojitos with silver rum.

  11. Gena @ A Bluebonnet in Beantown says:

    Mmmm…I love mojitos, and I love strawberries. This looks like a perfect combo. I’m definitely trying this recipe!

  12. peachkins says:

    Mojito is my husband’s favorite drink!

  13. Sharlene says:

    Cocktails are always welcome over here! Boy loves making mojitos but has only really made classic ones thus far. A strawberry variation sounds wonderful!

  14. Kelsey @ Snacking Squirrel says:

    MMMM! this is such a fabulous recipe!!

    btw i just saw ur cadbury mini egg scone post- omg i really wanna try to make them for easter!!! they are SO PERFECT <3

    xoxo

  15. emily says:

    mojitos are my fave summer drink. i love mint mojitos, but strawberry sounds equally delicious. i am bookmarking this recipe, for sure. bring on the spring weather! 🙂

  16. Shannon says:

    wow. with 151, these would be dangerous. i must make them sometime soon 🙂

  17. Christina says:

    Strawberries are coming into season around here, so I’ll be making this soon! We’re solidly in the 70-degree weather now in SC, which means lots of fruity drinks in store

  18. Michelle Collins says:

    Wow, these look great, and perfect for summer!

  19. NicoleD says:

    A fresh summery cocktail is welcome at any time! I love the muddled strawberry bits. It looks so refreshing and delicious.

  20. Greg @ Starvingkitten says:

    You are ready for summer! Met too! It’s about time for it to get here. I love making fresh fruit drinks, with alcohol of course.

  21. April says:

    Yummmmm! This is definitely a delicious summertime drink!

  22. Tayler Ross says:

    Such a delicious flavor for my favorite summer cocktail! I need to make this asap!

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