Mocktail- Cranberry Mojito- non alcoholic cocktail

A simple mocktail for the holiday season, it’s Cranberry Mojito’s for all. Non-alcoholic mojito cocktails that is.

Non-alcoholic and incredibly simple to make by gathering quality ingredients- organic cranberries, organic limes, organic mint-lucky for me I still have a vibrant plant outside.
Combining these with a bit of organic Cane Sugar syrup from Hey Shuga! to stand in for the rum,
and a big splash of sparkling mineral water.
This is one of my favorites, so light and clear.
The cranberries give just enough tartness and a bit of color too.

Mocktail- Cranberry Mojito


Getting ready to make cranberry mojitos, non alcoholic.   Happy Thanksgiving by GFDoctor
The all organic Cane Sugar  Syrup from Hey Shuga really makes this drink sing.
Getting ready to make cranberry mojitos, non alcoholic., a photo by GFDoctor on Flickr.
  by GFDoctor
Ingredients for a non alcoholic mojito  a photo by GFDoctor on Flickr.
Mocktail- Cranberry Mojito
For all those times when you want a mock cocktail with flair
Serves: 1
  • ¼ organic lime
  • 10 mint leaves
  • 10 cranberries whole
  • 1 tablespoon Hey Shuga cane syrup or 2 teaspoons organic cane sugar and 1 teaspoon water (boiled together)
  • ice cubes to fill the glass
  • sparkling mineral water
  1. Muddle the cranberries, mint and lime in a cup or cocktail shaker.
  2. Pour over ice in the glass.
  3. Fill glass with sparkling mineral water.
Muddle is a funny term for smushing the fruit and herbs, allowing their essential oils to be released. If you have a cocktail shaker, then feel free to use that. I used a coffee cup with the back end of a butter knife to do this one. The all organic cane sugar syrup from Hey Shuga! gives this mocktail a round full flavor. You could make your own of course but it is a lovely addition to a home bar.


  1. says

    You’ve just reminded me how good mock mojitos are! I was on a kick, drinking them for a while last year before I was pregnant. Now with the holidays here, and a baby on board, I will definitely have to try some cranberry ones :)