Mojito Pitcher Recipe
Sometimes you just need a big batch of mojitos and this mojito pitcher recipe is there for you! This blog post is sponsored by Princess.
Have you ever traveled with an all-inclusive package that includes both food and alcohol?
My husband’s first time doing this was a few years ago and he enjoyed it SO much. He tends to stress about the financial aspect of travel and it was such a huge burden off of him.
Everything was paid for up front and he could just sit back, relax, and drink mojitos for breakfast. <— I’m kidding about that last part. He drank coffee martinis most mornings. The man has standards. 😉
I ate pastries and saved the alcohol for later in the day. Haha.
Princess recently invited us on a cruise with them in exchange for sharing about it here. While we were onboard, I was excited to see that they offer drink packages.
Princess includes food and room service when you book a cabin, but alcoholic beverages cost extra. With their beverage package, you don’t have to worry about it. It’s a great way to save money if you enjoy a good cocktail.
Lounging by their pool with a mojito in hand was the perfect way to spend a sea day.
Of course, any of the Top 10 Masterpiece Cocktails are a win!
My husband was a big fan of their mojitos, so I made this mojito pitcher recipe for him and some friends after we got home from the trip.
What’s in a mojito:
- Fresh mint leaves
- Fresh lime
- Sugar or simple syrup
- Club soda
My husband loves his mojitos with cucumber added to the mixture. They’re extra refreshing.
You can add in other fresh fruits as well, such as strawberries, raspberries, or blackberries. Get creative with your mojito recipe!
How to make a mojito:
We’re making a mojito pitcher recipe, so this will be enough to fill a pitcher. This recipe should serve 8.
You’ll start by adding plenty of fresh mint leaves to a pitcher along with some sugar and lime wedges. Muddle them together.
Muddling just means crushing the leaves of the mint with the sugar and fruit. Here’s a great cocktail muddler (affiliate link). Do this just until you smell the mint. Don’t over muddle your mint or things will start to taste funky.
Next, you’ll just pour the club soda and rum over the top and give it a quick stir.
Serve these mojitos over plenty of ice and garnish with a sprig of mint, if desired.
Enjoy these mojitos out by the pool or while planning your next Princess cruise!
More cocktails you might like:
Margaritas: These margaritas are so good, but be careful – they’ll knock your socks off.
Raspberry Vodka Lemonade: So refreshing on a hot afternoon.
Vodka Collins: This is one of the first cocktails I learned to make and it’s so good!
More about my recent Princess trip:
Cruising with Teens: Some tips and tricks if you’re wondering how it goes with teens onboard!
Pineapple Coleslaw: We ate the best pineapple in Mexico and I’m sharing about it here plus a recipe!
Mexican Street Corn Salad: More of our Mexican adventures plus street corn!
What to Eat Onboard The Caribbean Princess: All of our favorite foods!
Hope you give this easy mojito recipe a try and let me know what you think! For more recipes, be sure to subscribe to my free newsletter!
Mojito Pitcher Recipe
Make a batch of these refreshing mojitos to serve up at your next party!
- 72 fresh mint leaves to taste
- 8 limes quartered
- 1 1/4 cup sugar
- 2 liters club soda
- 2 cups white rum
Add the mint, limes, and sugar to a large pitcher and muddle together until mint begins to break down and become fragrant and limes are juiced.
Add the club soda and white rum to the pitcher and stir to combine.
Serve over ice.
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