This Mojito Sangria Recipe is light, refreshing and perfect for parties! A delicious Mojito cocktail in Sangria form.
This Mojito Sangria Recipe is so simple to make and tastes light and refreshing! When you just can’t choose between a mojito and a sangria, why not combine them both into an easy sangria recipe? A classic mojito recipe muddles sugar, lime juice and mint leaves in the bottom of a high ball glass before topping with white rum and club soda. This Mojito Sangria Recipe incorporates white wine with lime juice, fresh mint leaves and white rum. They combine together to make the most refreshing and delicious sangria recipe.
Friends! I love combining favorite cocktails together to create all new drinks. Do you have any flavor or cocktail combinations that you love? Please drop me a note in the comments below and let’s get to mixing!
WHAT INGREDIENTS ARE USED IN THIS MOJITO SANGRIA RECIPE?
This easy sangria recipe magically turns into a mojito sangria with just a few simple ingredients:
- Start with my simple syrup recipe. I made a huge batch of this and use it in dozens of different cocktails. It makes each drink sweet but not too sweet, smooth and so yummy!
- Next you’ll need some good, fresh lime juice. I like using juice from limes, since I use wedges in this drink. But you could also use bottled lime juice if that’s what you have on hand.
- Then, a cup or so of white rum. Any brand will work.
- Sparkling white wine is next. Make sure it’s nice and chilled before mixing.
- Use some fresh mint leaves and limes cut into wedges.
- Finally you can serve it over some club soda if you wish, or even lemon lime soda for a sweeter flavor.
HOW TO MAKE MOJITO SANGRIA
There are just a few simple tips to whip together this easy sangria recipe; follow along and you’ll be partying in no time!
- Start with muddling. Since muddling is such an important part of mojitos, start by mudding the mint leaves, simple syrup, and lime juice in a mixing glass. If you don’t have a muddler, use the end of a wooden spoon or ice cream scoop. Just gently muddle, no need to break apart the mint leaves.
- Add the mint and lime mixture to a large pitcher. Since leaving the mint leaves in is a part of a mojito, we are going to leave them in this sangria.
- Add in the wine and the rum. I used a white rum and a sparkling white wine. The white wine I used was a blend and a little bit of carbonation to it making it a perfect substitute for the club soda in a traditional mojito.
MORE EASY WHITE SANGRIA RECIPES
When it comes to entertaining, I like to keep a simple cocktail on hand so we all enjoy the party without a lot of fuss. These sangria recipes combine all kinds of delicious flavors for really tasty cocktails that come together with minimal effort!
- This Tropical Margarita Sangria is another sangria cocktail mash up that you don’t want to miss.
- My White Sangria is the classic recipe and a good place to start if you are new to make sangrias.
- I love this Sunset Sangria. It’s an older recipe of mine and one of my favorites.
- Need another great mojito mash up? Make my Mojito Margarita! Or go with the classics and make my Mojito Recipe and White Sangria Recipe.
- If you can’t get enough of mojitos make sure you make my Pineapple Mojito and my Easy Skinny Mojito.
Isn’t she pretty? You will go crazy for this beautiful Mojito Sangria Recipe. Serve it chilled on the patio, preferably surrounded by good friends and family. And please leave me a comment below and let me know what you think. Cheers!
Mojito Sangria Recipe
- 1/2 cup simple syrup
- 1/4 cup lime juice
- 20 mint leaves
- 1 cup white rum
- 750 milileters sparkling white wine chilled
- 3 limes cut into wedges
- club soda optional
- Muddle the mint and the simple syrup.
- Combine the lime juice, muddled ingredients, rum, limes, and sparkling wine in a large pitcher.
- Serve in glasses with club soda if desired.