Green Grapes Mojito is a refreshing summer cooler that can be made in just 2 minutes. Make it using green or black grapes and with or without alcohol (vegan).
About Green Grapes Mojito
Grapes Mojito is a light and refreshing drink that is perfect to sip on hot summer days.
Prepared with fresh grapes, lime juice, mint leaves, and Sprite, this sparkling drink is easy to make, needs a few simple ingredients, and comes together in just 2 minutes.
You can make it using green or black grapes and with or without alcohol.
Sip on it on a hot day to beat the heat or serve it in a pitcher for summer parties or weekend brunch. Scale the recipe for a bigger crowd.
Here are a few more summer drinks that you can try at home
- Mint Cooler
- Cucumber Mint Cooler
- Virgin Pineapple Mojito
- Kiwi Soda
- Strawberry Basil Lemonade
- Mango Mojito
- Blueberry Mojito Cocktail
- Virgin Mojito
- Basil Julep
Grapes – Grapes are available in abundance in local markets during summer, so make full use of them. Choose fresh and firm grapes, and avoid the ones with soft and black patches. I used green grapes but you can use green or black seedless grapes.
Mint Leaves – Use fresh and green mint leaves, for the best taste. You can replace mint with fresh basil leaves for a taste change.
Lime Juice – Freshly squeezed lime juice gives you the best taste.
Alcohol – Mojito is traditionally made using white rum but you can replace it with vodka or tequila too. Skip the alcohol totally to make a virgin version of this drink.
Others – You will also need chaat masala powder, lime rounds, ice cubes, and Sprite.
Grapes Mojito has become my absolute favorite to sip on a hot summer day. I also like to serve it in a pitcher for my parties or weekend brunches.
Grapes Mojito tastes the best when served fresh! You can store it for a day in the refrigerator in a glass jar or any covered container.
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Green Grapes Mojito Recipe
- ¼ cup fresh green grapes
- 2 teaspoons freshly squeezed lime juice
- 4-5 fresh mint leaves
- 2 ounce white rum (60 ml, or vodka, tequila, skip for a virgin version)
- ½ teaspoon chaat masala powder
- 2-3 lime rounds
- ice cubes (as required)
- Sprite (as required)
- Add grapes, lime juce, mint leaves, white rum (optional), and chaat masala to a tall serving glass.
- Muddle using a muddler or a pestle until the grapes are nicely smashed.
- Add lime rounds and 4-5 ice cubes to the glass.
- Top with sprite, stir well and serve immediately.