Originated from Cuba, Mojito is a popular rum based drink with other ingredients such as sugar, lime juice, mint and sparkling water. Since 1980s, it has become popular in the U.S and around the world as tropical cocktail and of course it was one of the favorite drinks of Ernest Hemmingway. Just like other cocktails such as Martini and Margarita, Mojito can be made in different ways and versions with variety of ingredients and rums.

Are you looking for a Mojito recipe that matches your taste and personality? Look no further as we have several Mojito recipes with different ingredients and variety of flavored rums. So what are you waiting for? Browse through these recipes and start mixing.

Desert Pear Mojito

Turn the basic Mojito into a great cocktail by adding a little pearl syrup.  Desert Pear Mojito is served at The Lobby Bar at JW Marriott Resort & Spa in Palm Springs, California. 

Pineapple Vanilla Mojito

Pineapple Vanilla Mojito is not a typical Mojito and it has a sweet and fruity flavor that makes it very tasty and tropical. 

Açai-Blueberry Mojito

Antioxidants are great for you but it’s more fun to have it in a cocktail.  Açai-Blueberry Mojito is a recipe by Van Gogh vodka that uses vodka as base spirit instead of rum.  It has a sour and sweet and fruity flavor and is very refreshing.

Herradura Tequila Mojito

Take a trip from Cuba to Mexico by mixing tequila and mint in this Mojito.   This recipe is from Herradura and you can substitute it with other tequila brands.

Skinny Mojito

Looking for a refreshing Mojito recipe that is full of flavor?  Look no further as Skinny Mojito has fruity/citrus, sweet and sour flavored classic cocktail that is best served on the rocks.  This Mojito is light on alcohol and it’s slightly difficult to make. 

Watermelon Mojito

Cool down with this fruity, citrus & sweet watermelon Mojito.  Just like most fruity Mojito recipes, this classic cocktail is little difficult to make and it’s light in alcohol.  It’s served on the rocks in the highball glass and it’s shaken.  So get your shaker and start mixing.