With fresh fruit, mint and a splash of Passion Fruit Syrup, these Passion Fruit Mojitos can be made in small or large batches and are great for summer entertaining.
We are way soaking up the summer vibes over here. After spending the first week of June at the beach in North Carolina, I've decided that an early summer vacation is a best practice. There's nothing like kicking off the warm weather with a solid week of beach days, happy hours on the deck, and family meals around a big table.
We've been back for over a week, but I'm still clinging to vacation mode. And these Passion Fruit Mojitos have been doing their part to make any day feel like a holiday.
To quickly add the summery flavor of passion fruit to this cocktail, we used Torani syrup. Torani makes a bunch of syrups that add flavor to coffee, but they just introduced a new line of summer flavors - Raspberry, Peach and Passion Fruit - that are great for adding flavor to your chilled summer drinks.
Mojitos are an ideal summer cocktail. They are perfect for mixing up in a batch so you can pour individual servings out for guests. And passion fruit adds a sweet / tart citrus flavor that gives these refreshing drinks a little something extra. All the better if you've got fresh mint to use in the mojitos and add as a garnish on top! We could make mojitos every day for the rest of the summer and still probably not make a dent in all the mint we have exploding in the herb garden.
More Fun Adult Beverages
- Green Tea Cocktail
- Watermelon Frose
- Pear and Lime Sangria
- Pomegranate Pear Champagne Cocktail
- Bourbon Lemonade Slush
- Apple Cider Punch with Bourbon
- Lemon Bourbon Sweet Tea
- Wooden Spoon or Muddler
Passion Fruit Mojitos
- Wooden Spoon or Muddler
- 2 tablespoon White Sugar
- 10 leaves Fresh Mint, plus extra for garnish
- 2 Limes, sliced
- ¼ cup Passion Fruit Puree (sub mango or pineapple puree; see note)
- 4 oz White Rum
- ⅔ cup Torani Passion Fruit Syrup
- 4 cups Ice
- 4 cups Soda Water
- Combine sugar, mint leaves and half the lime slices (reserve the other half) in the bottom of a pitcher. Use a muddler or a wooden spoon to press the ingredients into the bottom and sides of the pitcher so that the mint leaves are crushed and the limes release their juice.
- Pour the passion fruit puree, rum, syrup, ice and soda water over top and stir gently to combine.
- When ready to serve, divide the mojitos between glasses and top with remaining half of the lime slices and some extra mint leaves.
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Mojitos are my favorite summer drink! I love your addition of passion fruit! Yum! #client
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Thanks for sharing this article. Very nice
It would be perfect for summer 🙂 Yum!