Raspberry mojito – how to make the fruity cocktail at home

Raspberry Mojito – How to make the fruity cocktail at home

The Mojito is a real classic among the cocktails, and its days as an insider tip are long gone. Quite the opposite is true for the fruity version of the Mojito – the raspberry mojito!

The combination of delicious raspberries, sour lime juice, sugar, rum, fresh mint, and lemonade will be well-received by any guests. This cocktail is the right choice when you want something summery and sweet. Because the Raspberry Mojito is not only a visual highlight, it also tastes delicious.

Raspberry Mojito

Exotic raspberry mojito with mint
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The raspberry Mojito is the fruity-fresh variation of the legendary Mojito and the perfect summer drink for balmy nights.
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Preparation time: 2 minutes
Mixing time: 3 minutes
Total time: 5 minutes
Category: Classic, Fruity, Longdrink
Origin: Caribbean
Keywords: Brown sugar, Ice cubes, Lemonade, Lime, Mint, Raspberries, White sugar
Servings: 1 Cocktail
Calories: 300kcal
Author: Leon Zeschke


  • 1 lime
  • 4 raspberries fresh
  • 1 tbsp. brown sugar
  • 5 cl white rum
  • lemonade or soda water to fill up the glass
  • some mint fresh
  • some ice cubes
  • a few frozen raspberries for serving


  • Wash the lime, cut in half, and squeeze about 2 cl of juice from one half. Cut the other half into wedges.
  • Wash raspberries and mint and pat dry.
  • Put raspberries and mint into the glass. Add lime juice and sugar and use a muddler or fork to mash the ingredients.
  • Then pour the rum into the glass and fill it with the lemonade or soda water. Finally, add the ice cubes and lime wedges to the glass.
  • Garnish with raspberries or mint, depending on preference.


Tips for the preparation of a raspberry Mojito:
  1.  It doesn’t always have to be raspberries! The fruity component can be changed depending on preference and season. Frozen berries fit particularly well in the summer because they have a cooling effect.
  2.  You can also experiment a bit with the rum. The amount stays the same, only the type of rum changes. Dark rum, for example, makes the raspberry mojito taste stronger.


Calories: 300kcal | Carbohydrates: 48g | Protein: 1g | Fat: 1g | Sugar: 35g | Proof: 7.5% vol
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Über Leon Zeschke | Avatar of leon zeschkeLeon is a food blogger, nutritionist, and passionate cocktail nerd. He loves trying out new cocktails and sharing his creations. Jonas is also one of the founders and part of the editorial team of Alcipedia.com.
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