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What more do I need to say: blackberries and mojitos. Cocktails have taken on a wonderful new life recently. All over, people are experimenting and creating delectable drinks that anyone can replicate! With the temperature finally catching up to the calendar, we’re rolling out the warmer-weather drinks to cool off! A mojito is a classic summer drink with fresh, crisp mint and lime flavors paired with just the right amount of fizz. For a touch of sweetness and a kick of citrus, we’ve added blackberries and lime zest.

Simple. Classic. Spring.

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Mint sticks out the top of a mojito.

Blackberry Mojito

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Adding blackberries to a mojito is the perfect drink for summer, or anytime! This spin on a classic drink adds the sweetness and succulence of blackberries and comes together in just minutes.
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 0 minutes
Total Time 5 minutes
Servings 1 drink


  • 5 blackberries
  • 10 mint leaves
  • zest of one lime
  • 2-4 oz white rum
  • 2 tbsp fresh lime juice
  • 4 tbsp simple syrup
  • club soda
  • ice


  • Add the blackberries, lime zest, and mint leaves into the bottom of a glass and muddle. There should be no worry about over-mashing the blackberries. It's best if all the juices and flavor escape, so crush away!
    5 blackberries, zest of one lime, 10 mint leaves
  • Add the simple syrup, rum, a few cubes of ice, and lime juice. Stir. If a non-alcoholic drink is desired, leave out the rum.
    2-4 oz white rum, 4 tbsp simple syrup, ice, 2 tbsp fresh lime juice
  • Top off with club soda.
    club soda
  • Garnish with a few blackberries and a mint sprig if a special presentation is desired.


  • To make the simple syrup, dissolve equal parts sugar and water over heat.
  • A muddle is a bar tool used to crush ingredients together. The purpose is not to break apart the ingredients, only to crush them to release the oils and flavors. If you don’t have a muddle, no worries. Use the back of a wooden spoon instead.


Serving: 1drinkCalories: 259kcal
Course Drinks
Cuisine American
Difficulty Easy
Method Mixing

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  1. Hello,

    I’m a writer for a student-run blog called Spoon University. I am writing an article about mojitos and would love to use one of your pictures from this post in my article. I will of course give you proper credit. Please let me know if that’s okay with you.

    1. Hi Naomi! I just took a look at Spoon University – what a neat site! Feel free to use any of our mojito pictures for your article. Looking forward to reading it!

  2. Can’t find your Aperol margarita recipe which you prepared live.
    Please assist.
    Thank you
    Doli Moser