I love a good mojito. It’s sweet and crisp, yet refreshing and not heavy like some other cocktails can be. Plus, who doesn’t like rum? A Blueberry Peach Mojito is the perfect way to celebrate summer.
As mojitos have gained in popularity, there’s been all kinds of new twists on them. The Mint for Each Other is a great southern take on the classic mojito. It was created in Nashville, after all! It adds the great summer fruits of blueberries and peaches to an already wonderful drink. Even better, it can be made in a pitcher. Say what?!?!
Mint For Each Other Blueberry Peach Mojito Cocktail
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Blueberries and peaches are both in season right now, and when they combine, it’s like magic happens. This mojito cocktail uses a homemade peach puree and a homemade blueberry syrup. It takes some work, but the results are oh so worth it. Plus, this recipe makes enough for 8 drinks. There are a couple of pieces of equipment that you’ll want for making these Blueberry Peach Mojitos.
A great Southern US take on the classic Mojito cocktail. This can be made in a pitcher, too, for batch serving. Nutrition is provided as a courtesy. It may not be accurate, and is an estimate only.
Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 310Total Fat: 1gSaturated Fat: 0gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 0gCholesterol: 0mgSodium: 22mgCarbohydrates: 56gFiber: 5gSugar: 43gProtein: 2g
I have a serious love for Nashville. It’s a vibrant city chock full of creativity and a thriving arts scene. There’s no wonder that this cocktail came from there. It was created by Ryan Yamada of Sinema Restaurant + Bar
A great Southern US take on the classic Mojito cocktail. This can be made in a pitcher, too, for batch serving.
Nutrition is provided as a courtesy. It may not be accurate, and is an estimate only.