Mojito Mocktail (AKA Virgin Mojito)
mojito mocktail


This mojito mocktail (AKA virgin mojito) tastes just like the real thing - without the hangover the next day! It's refreshing, quick to make, and super tasty.

This mojito mocktail is one of my all time favorite mocktail recipes (and one that I’ve been making for so long). I thought it was only right to make this drink my very first drink in my new series… Mocktail Mondays!

This virgin mojito is light, refreshing, and can be made with club soda orrrrrrr a La Croix lime seltzer (which if you know me, you know that’s what I’m using). Not to. mention, you can use any kind of sweetener you’d like!


  • Mint leaves
  • One lime
  • Maple syrup
  • Ice cubes
  • La Croix lime seltzer

Annnnd that’s it. Easy, right?

Note – If you’re not a fan of maple syrup, feel free to use simple syrup or honey as your sweetener in this mocktail! Or, just omit it entirely if you don’t want any sweetness.

How to make a mojito mocktail (AKA virgin mojito)

The only kitchen tool you’ll need to make this drink is a glass and a muddler. I absolutely loooove my wooden muddler – but any will do!

To make your mocktail, simply add the mint leaves and lime to a glass and muddle the two together. Then, add your maple syrup (or sweetener of choice).

Add the ice, La Croix lime seltzer, and finish with additional lime slices and mint leaves!

virgin mojito

I hope you loooove these mocktails – and if you have any that you’d like me to make, let me know in the comments below! Can’t wait for next Mocktail Monday!

Looking for more mocktail recipes? Check these out:


Mojito Mocktail (AKA Virgin Mojito)

  • Author: Kayla
  • Prep Time: 5 Minutes
  • Total Time: 5 Minutes
  • Yield: 1 Serving 1x


  • 10 mint leaves
  • Half a lime, cut into wedges
  • 1 TBSP maple syrup (you can also use honey or simple syrup)
  • Ice cubes
  • La Croix lime seltzer


  1. Place the mint leaves and lime into a glass mason jar and muddle.
  2. Add the maple syrup (or your sweetener of choice).
  3. Top with ice and a La Croix seltzer. You can also add additional lime wedges and mint leaves if you’d like. Enjoy!

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