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Strawberry Mojito Pitcher Recipe

This strawberry mojito pitcher recipe is perfect for a crowd. Easy to whip up and delicious to drink, it is a hit at any party or event. 

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If you love mojitos, this strawberry mojito pitcher recipe will wow you. The combination of rum, mint, lime and strawberries is simply delicious.

Honestly I think this is one of my favorite cocktails and I’m craving one just looking at the photos. 

The other nice thing is that this drink is a crowd pleaser and you can make up a pitcher in minutes. 

Another bonus – this is one of the prettiest drinks out there.

The pale pink color with the pieces of fresh strawberry and mint leaves make this one of my favorite drinks of the summer. 

Read on for the full recipe plus tips for alternative versions of the mojito. 

Strawberry Mojito Pitcher Recipe

It’s so easy to whip this drink up for a crowd. The nice thing is, there are also some cool variations of the mojito that will help you provide options for anyone at your gathering. 

I like to add a nice sugar rim to the glass too but you can omit it if you want to cut down on the sugar. 

What Are The Ingredients For A Strawberry Mojito?

how to make a strawberry mojito pitcher recipe

Here’s what you need to make the mojito pitcher  (tip, if you don’t have strawberries, you can try other fruits such as raspberries or blueberries). 

You can check out our recipe for a Blueberry Mojito Pitcher Recipe here! 

This recipe makes up a nice sized pitcher of mojitos (5-7 glasses) and you don’t need much more than the regular mojito ingredients:

  • Mint leaves
  • Fresh Strawberries, sliced
  • White Rum
  • White Sugar or simple syrup
  •  Soda Water
  • Ice 

TIP: You can substitute the white sugar for simple sugar if desired.

Equipment Needed To Make A Mojito

The only tool you’ll need to make this cocktail:

Cocktail Muddler

If you don’t have a muddler, you can get by with the wrong end of a wooden spoon but a muddler does make things much easier and they are pretty inexpensive.

How To Rim The Glass With Sugar

It is really easy to create a sugar rim on your glasses and it really adds a nice touch to the drink. 

For the rim you will need:

  • Fresh lime wedges
  • Sugar in a saucer

Simply run a lime wedge around the rim of the glass and then dip it in the sugar. 

Set it aside for a few minutes before you pour the mojito in. 

Alternatives To The Strawberry Mojito Recipe

There are a few variations to this recipe that you might want to try. 

First of all, if you don’t like rum, you can sub make your strawberry mojito with vodka or even gin. If you want to make it with gin, you can check out my classic Gin Mojito Recipe.

Want to make a virgin strawberry mojito? Simply omit the alcohol and cut the sugar by a third. 

If you want to try a different flavour of mojito, you can use any berries instead of the strawberries. 

how to make a strawberry mojito
Yield: 1 Pitcher (5-7 Glasses)

Strawberry Mojito Pitcher Recipe

Prep Time: 5 minutes
Cook Time: 3 minutes
Total Time: 8 minutes

Nothing beats a refreshing strawberry mojito! Whip up this gorgeous drink and wow your friends with one of the most pretty drinks out there.


  • 2 Limes
  • 10 Mint Leaves
  • 8 Strawberries, sliced
  • 1 cup White Sugar
  • 1 cup White Rum
  • 2 Cups Club Soda
  • Ice


  1. Squeeze the limes into the pitcher
  2. Place the limes, mint, strawberries and sugar into the pitcher and muddle it with a muddler or the wrong end of a wooden spoon.
  3. Stir in the rum and club soda until the sugar has dissolved
  4. Add ice to the rimmed glasses
  5. Pour the mojito into the glasses and enjoy

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