Made using fresh watermelon juice, mint leaves, sugar, lime juice, white rum, and club soda, Watermelon Mojito is a refreshing fun cocktail. You now have even another choice for making a nutritious, alcohol-free beverage thanks to this watermelon mojito. Lime, mint, and fresh watermelon are used to make this energizing mojito. It is also sweetened organically.
Watermelon mojitos are the epitome of summertime cocktails, combining all the greatest tastes of the season. The primary ingredients of the mojito are rum, mint, and lime. Watermelon provides the cocktail a natural fruity sweetness and an alluring red hue. This drink, which is made by the pitcher, is ideal for a small gathering.
Start with a full seedless watermelon or use pre-cut watermelon. Treat the entire melon like you would a mango: Cut it into substantial wedges, score each one, and then cut the peel into cubes by running the knife along the inner edge of the rind. Blend the cubes until smooth, then if desired, sift the pulp out. The watermelon juice is then combined with fresh lime and mint juice, simple syrup, and rum to create an easy-to-pour pitcher beverage.
Despite a few blatant deviations from the original recipe, it keeps faithful to its roots. This variation makes a radical change by using agave nectar in place of simple syrup and omitting the soda water altogether. It calls for rum, lime, sugar, mint, and soda water.
The agave, on the other hand, continues to add the essential sweetness kick, while muddled fresh watermelon yields a lot of juice. By adding more taste than soda, that juice lengthens the drink in a similar way. This leaves you with a beverage that is maybe even cooler and fresher than the traditional.