Craving a refreshing cocktail, but can't choose between a mojito and a margarita? Have the best of both worlds with a Mojitarita! This recipe combines our favorite aspects of both classic cocktails. It features the bounty of fresh mint you'd find in a mojito, paired with the refreshing lime flavor of a margarita. Feel free to dip the rims of your glasses in salt for a true margarita effect.These creative cocktails are the perfect addition to a Tex-Mex party spread. To further customize these playful drinks, you can add muddled fruit or, if you're a fan of spice, a dash of jalapeño. You can forgo the tequila and add extra sparkling water to make an alcohol-free version as well. Perfect for a festive summer gathering, a beach bonfire, or a themed party, these cocktails will transport you right to the tropics. No matter the occasion, this cocktail twist is sure to wow the crowd at your next event.

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Credit: Katie Jacobs

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Yield:
4 drinks
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Ingredients

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Directions

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  • Tear the mint leaves into pieces and put into a 24 ounce cocktail shaker with lime juice, sugar, and tequila. Add crushed ice and shake well.

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  • Strain over ice into lowball glasses and top off with soda water. 

  • Garnish with mint leaves and lime slices.

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