Make this delicious White Christmas mojito and enjoy the tastes of the season even if the weather outside is frightful!
Transform your holiday season into a winter wonderland with our White Christmas Mojito!
Sip on the refreshing blend of white rum, coconut milk, and a hint of mint – a taste of the tropics during the winter.
It’s the perfect festive drink to make your spirits bright!
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Need a fantastic Christmas cocktail to serve at your next holiday party? Look no further than this White Christmas Mojito cocktail!
Mojitos are a traditional cocktail that are popular with almost everyone.
In fact, it’s one of the greatest cocktails of all time, in our opinion!
Substitute coconut milk instead of the classic club soda and the delicately creamy flavor is simply outstanding.
The first time we sipped on this one, we fell in love! Here’s how to make it.
White Christmas Mojito Ingredients
The classic mojito is made with white rum, mint, simple syrup and lime plus Club Soda.
Our version stays true to the original definition, with a few tweaks to make it refreshing and perfect for the holidays.
For full step-by-step instructions, scroll down to our recipe card at the bottom of the page.
The ingredients for making a Christmas Mojito are simple! Here’s what you’ll need for this holiday Cocktail:
- Lime juice
- Fresh mint
- Coconut milk
- Pomegranate seeds
Equipment Needed To Make A Mojito
You don’t need too many fancy tools to make this delicious drink:
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.
A mason jar with a tight lid also works well in a pinch.
How To Make The White Christmas Mojito
It only takes a few minutes to make this delicious coconut mojito!
Step 1:Muddle the ingredients
Muddle mint leaves and add to the glass. Add ice into the glass.
Step 2: Shake The Ingredients
In a shaker, add in ice, lime juice, sugar, rum, and coconut milk. Shake well.
Step 3: Finish Your Drink
Pour shaker mixture over ice. Top with mint leaves and pomegranate.
Step 4: Stir and serve
How To Garnish Your Christmas Mojito
It’s all about the garnish! I topped off my Christmas cocktail with some pomegranate seeds to look extra festive.
Other ideas for serving your cocktail:
- Use a sprig of rosemary
- Rim your glass with crushed candy canes like I did for my Candy Cane Martini.
- Add frozen cranberries into your drink for a really festive look
Tips For Making The Perfect Mojito
So this Christmas mojito recipe is so simple and easy to toss together that you don’t need many tips.
Firstly, I LOVE using fresh lime juice in my mojitos but if you don’t have any on hand you can use bottled lime juice too.
Muddling your mint is the essential step in this cocktail (and any mojito) so don’t rush.
Muddling helps release the mint oil from the leaves and gives you the wonderful flavor.
This White Christmas Mojito recipe is…
Simple to make and perfect for the holidays. It is creamy, tasty and looks like a snowball.
Looking for more Christmas cocktail recipes?
Looking beyond the mojito, here are some of our most popular cocktails
Christmas Morning Coffee The perfect drink to enjoy while opening presents on Christmas morning
Peppermint Bark Mimosa Here’s the best mimosa recipe! This holiday classic is great at any time of year.
Festive Homemade Eggnog With Bourbon If you love creamy drinks, then eggnog has to be on your holiday drinks menu.
This delicious White Christmas mojito cocktail can be made in minutes and is perfect for a crowd at your next holiday party.
- 2 oz White Rum
- 3 sprigs mint; 2 for garnish
- 1 oz lime juice
- 2 tablespoons of sugar
- 1.5 cups of coconut milk
- 3/4 cup of ice
- 10-15 Pomegranate seeds for topping
- Muddle mint leaves and add to the glass. Add ice into the glass.
- In a shaker, add in ice, lime juice, sugar, rum, and coconut milk. Shake well.
- Pour shaker mixture over ice. Top with mint leaves and pomegranate.
You can easily double this recipe to make more than one cocktail