Mango Orange Mojito Mocktail. My mango and orange mojito mocktail is an easy drink you can make with just a few simple ingredients! This refreshing alcohol free mojito mocktail is made with just mango juice, orange juice, mint leaves, and kombucha!
My Mango Orange Mojito Mocktail Recipe is:
- Alcohol Free
- Easy to make
- Full of flavor
- Gut healthy!
The weather in New York has been so weird these last few weeks. I'm talking SNOW on Mothers day!! But thankfully it's going to finally hit 70 this weekend and I couldn't be more excited to enjoy cold drinks by the pool!
I've been making so many different kinds of mocktails ever since I quit alcohol 2 months ago. A new favorite at our house is this Mango Orange Mojito Mocktail and I wanted to share with you how easy this mocktail recipe is!
MANGO ORANGE MOJITO MOCKTAIL INGREDIENTS
My mango orange mojito mocktail is made with just a few easy to find ingredients:
- Mint leaves
- Mango nectar (usually in the Mexican grocery section)
- Orange juice
IS KOMBUCHA REALLY GOOD FOR YOU?
Yes! Kombucha is amazing for your gut health. Kombucha is a fermented tea beverage that contains live and active good bacteria.
Make sure you buy UNSWEETENED kombucha for your mojito mocktail. Many kombucha companies add extra sugar at the time of bottling upwards of 27 grams per bottle.
TIPS FOR MAKING THE BEST VIRGIN MANGO ORANGE MOJITO MOCKTAIL
USE A THICK GLASS FOR YOUR MOJITO MOCKTAIL. Muddling the leaves can break a very thin glass! I once broke a cheap thin glass by crushing mint leaves in it!
DON'T CHOP YOUR MINT LEAVES! This will be a disaster when you're trying to sip your nice mojito mocktail and you get a bunch of mint leaves stuck in your straw!
USE FRESH QUALITY INGREDIENTS. This will give you the best mojito flavor.
HOW TO MAKE MY ORANGE MANGO MOJITO MOCKTAIL RECIPE
My easy mango mocktail is one that you will be making over and over!
First, start by putting ¼ cup mint leaves in each glass.
Next, crush the mint leaves with a pestle. Crushed mint leaves will release a lot of mint flavor into your mojito.
Next, squeeze the juice of 1 lime into each glass over the mint leaves.
Use your pestle to grind the mint leaves into the lime juice.
Crush your mint leaves until they look soggy.
In a drink shaker, add the 1 cup mango nectar, 1 cup orange juice, and 1 cup kombucha.
Very lightly shake to combine this. Remember that kombucha is carbonated and doesn't like being shaken up too much!
Pour your drink over the mint leaves and add ice to chill.
Enjoy this refreshing mango mojito mocktail!
HOW DO I MAKE A LARGE BATCH MANGO ORANGE MOJITO RECIPE?
If you're serving a bunch of people this drink recipe can easily be multiplied and prepared in a big pitcher!
Just select the larger scale on the recipe card, or multiply each ingredient by the number of people you are planning to host.
It tastes SUPER good chilled in the fridge before your guests arrive.
Frequently asked questions about my no alcohol mango orange mojito mocktail.
Can I add alcohol to this mango orange mojito mocktail recipe?
Yes! You can add alcohol to this recipe.
White rum or flavored rum is usually the best alcohol to mix into mojitos.
Can I make this without mango?
Yes! If you don't like mango, leave the mango out and you will have an orange mojito mocktail.
What can I use instead of kombucha?
Use any unsweetened sparkling water.
More mocktail recipes you might like:
- Spicy mango margarita mocktail
- Strawberry margarita mocktail
- Blue butterfly pea tea mocktail
- Blackberry kombucha mocktail
- Arabic pomegranate drink
- Kombucha mojito mocktail
Looking for a cocktail instead? Try my recipe for the Best Margarita You'll Ever Make!!
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Flavorful Mango Orange Mojito Mocktail
- Drink shaker
- ½ cup fresh mint leaves
- Juice of 2 limes
- 8 oz mango nectar
- 8 oz orange juice
- 8 oz plain kombucha
- 2 cups ice cubes
- Divide the mint leaves between 2 glasses. Cut each lime in half. Squeeze 2 lime halves into each glass over the leaves.
- Use a pestle to grind the mint leaves into the lime juice to release the mint flavor.
- In a drink shaker, add the mango nectar, orange juice, and kombucha.Lightly shake to combine. Pour the drink over the mint leaves. Add ice cubes to chill. Enjoy!
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