Perfect Mojito (Pitcher Recipe)
How to Make Perfect Mojitos by the Pitcher – Get the party started with a batch of refreshing mint Mojitos! This easy mojito recipe can be made virgin or with rum or vodka, and also includes steps for making homemade mint simple syrup.
The Perfect Mojito Pitcher Recipe
A large batch of refreshing and sweet mojitos is basically a party in a pitcher.
This bright and bold drink is perfect for serving at all of your get togethers that deserve a bit of flair. Guests will know right away they are in for a good time when you whip out a Pitcher of Mojitos brimming with fresh lime juice and mint leaves!
Whether you choose to make your boozy beverages with rum or vodka – or even as virgin mojitos – this fun recipe with homemade mint simple syrup is sure to set just the right tone for your gatherings. It’s even great for prepping in advance for a terrifically easy and amazingly delicious cocktail.
Ingredients You Need
First off, a great mint mojito should include just the right sweet simple syrup. To make mint simple syrup you, well, simply need water, granulated sugar, and fresh mint leaves. That’s it!
Now then, here is all that’s needed to make the best pitcher of Mojitos:
- White rum – or vodka
- Mint simple syrup – or just traditional non-flavored simple syrup, if you prefer
- Lime juice – for that lovely sour bite to balance the sweetness of the syrup
- Club Soda – adds a bubbly kick for the most refreshing mojitos
I also like to use some extra lime slices and mint leaves to garnish the glasses.
How to Make Mint Simple Syrup
You can purchase pre-made simple syrup from the store. However, a homemade simple syrup really makes this mojito recipe extra special. Give it a try and you’ll be sure to impress your guests with this incredibly easy recipe!
- Set a small saucepot over high heat, and add the water and sugar. Stir and bring to a boil.
- Once boiling, stir again, then promptly remove from the heat.
- Then add the mint leaves, and allow the simple syrup to steep and cool for 30 minutes.
You can choose to leave-in or strain-out out the mint leaves. I like to keep them in because they have a softer texture than fresh mint leaves. No mint muddling required!
How to Make a Pitcher of Mojitos
The base for this mojito recipe can be prepped ahead of time and kept in the refrigerator until ready to par-tay!
First, set out a large pitcher and pour in the rum, mint simple syrup, and lime juice. Stir to combine. You now can stick the whole pitcher in the fridge for up to a day, or continue preparing to serve mint mojitos immediately.
When ready to enjoy, stir in the club soda and fill the pitcher with ice and lime slices, if you like.
Garnish the glasses with fresh mint leaves and lime rounds or wedges. Pour the mojito into glasses and serve.
For an extra fancy and sweet treat, you can rim the glass with lime juice and raw sugar.
Get the Complete (Printable) Perfect Mojitos Recipe Below. Enjoy!
Can I Make this Mojito Pitcher Recipe with Vodka?
Absolutely you can make a pitcher of mint Mojitos with vodka! Just substitute the same amount of white rum traditionally used in this recipe with your favorite vodka.
How Do I Make this a Virgin Mojito Recipe?
For a yummy batch of non-alcoholic virgin Mojitos, simply swap the rum or vodka for ginger ale, sparkling water, or even just more club soda.
What Other Flavors Can I Add to Mint Mojitos?
Try adding some coconut cream to make a tropical and creamy mojitos recipe.
Include other fresh fruits, like sliced strawberries, to create delicious fruity flavor combinations.
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Perfect Mojitos (Pitcher Recipe)
For the Mint Simple Syrup –
- 1 cup water
- 1 cup granulated sugar
- 1 cup fresh mint leaves
For the Pitcher of Mojitos –
- 2 cups white rum
- 1 ½ cups mint simple syrup
- 1 ¼ cups fresh lime juice
- 2 cups club soda
Garnishes: additional mint leaves and sliced limes
For the Mint Simple Syrup:
- Set a small saucepot over high heat. Add the water and sugar to the pot. Stir and bring to a boil. Once boiling, stir, then remove from heat. Add the mint leaves and allow the simple syrup to steep and cool for 30 minutes. You can choose to leave-in or strain-out out the mint leaves. I like to keep them in because they have a softer texture than fresh mint leaves. No muddling required!
To Make a Pitcher of Mojitos:
- Set out a large pitcher. Pour in the rum, mint simple syrup, and lime juice. Stir to combine.
- When ready to serve, stir in the club soda and fill the pitcher with ice.
- Garnish glasses with fresh mint leaves and lime rounds or wedges. Pour the mojito into glasses and serve.
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