The Mojito is a classic cocktail that was first created in Cuba during the 19th century.
Made from a refreshing blend of white rum, lime juice, mint leaves and sugar – the cocktail has become a staple drink in bars all over the world and is considered one of the most popular drinks in existence today.
Because the Mojito is over a century old, the recipe has seen its fair share of changes and modifications over the intervening years. Now there are mojito recipes that don’t even use white rum but instead choose to favour gin or vodka.
But which is the better spirit? Well, how about you decide that for yourself by taking a look at my list of the 22 most amazing vodka mojito recipes currently available online.
For the first entry, I have decided to keep things simple and classical.
This traditional vodka mojito recipe takes the iconic flavours of mint, lime and sugar and blends them with 60ml of Ketel One vodka.
The final result is a punchy cocktail that is bursting with a unique and zesty taste.
If you are looking for a cocktail that is bubbling with a cool and refreshing flavour – then look no further.
This cucumber mojito is made using a blend of mint, lime, club soda and tasty cucumber vodka.
Mix it all and what you have is the perfect cocktail for a hot summer’s day.
Sometimes mojitos can be too strong for certain people, and this is where a vodka mojito spritz can be useful.
Featuring a mixture of vodka, sparkling water, honey syrup and lime – this fruity and floral cocktail is sweet and delicate on the palate.
If you want to keep things light, then this stunning drink is the way to go.
The best thing about the vodka mojito is how versatile a drink it can be.
This next recipe decides to add some vibrancy to the classic recipe – blending lime and simple syrup with vodka and fresh raspberries.
What you end up with is a fruity and smooth cocktail that will make your tastebuds sing.
There’s something to be said about honey in cocktails, and I think this next recipe says it all.
Composed from a heady combination of honey, vodka, lime juice, club soda and mint leaves – this cocktail is floral, delicate and delicious.
Enjoy this drink in your garden, or anywhere else that is warm, sunny and blooming with flowers.
Sometimes there’s nothing better than a cultural spin on a classic cocktail mix – and I think I have found the best one.
These Italian mojitos are made using a delicious blend of lime, simple syrup, basil vodka and fresh herbs.
The end product is a cocktail that is bubbling with an intoxicating and addictive flavour that is almost savoury.
If I had to pick the most beautiful vodka mojito recipe, then this would be at the top of my list.
Made from an aromatic blend of vodka, lime, pink grapefruit, mint leaves and chilli pepper – this cocktail is bitter, sweet and everything in between.
With its vibrant sunset colour, this cocktail is also very attractive and will look even better when garnished with basil leaves and fresh lavender.
Mojitos can contain a lot of sugar, and so my next entry promises to deliver a cocktail that is simple and sugar-free.
Make this delectable cocktail by mixing vodka, lime juice, honey syrup and club soda.
The final mixture is a symphony of refreshing flavours that can be enjoyed by everyone.
If you are interested in adding some bounce to your classic vodka mojito, then I have the recipe you seek.
Made from a syrupy blend of peach, vodka, lime juice and sparkling water – this cocktail is sweet and incredibly moreish.
Enjoy this cocktail with family and friends, or by yourself during a lonely afternoon.
Vodka mojitos are known for their light and crisp flavours, so why not try a recipe that embraces the dark side?
This delicious cocktail is made from a blend of vodka, blackberries, mint leaves and lime juice.
Resulting in a dark purple beverage that is sweet, tart and enriching on the tongue.
If a vodka mojito doesn’t pack enough alcohol in a single drink for you, then maybe you should try making my next recipe.
Arguably the strongest cocktail on this list, this recipe uses raspberry vodka, blue curacao and rum to create its signature taste.
Mix it all with lime juice, mint leaves and fresh raspberries and you have a cocktail that can fulfil any need.
Vodka mojitos are always best enjoyed on a sunny day, so why not inject this classic cocktail with a taste of summer?
This fruity cocktail takes the delicious flavours of watermelon and cucumber and blends them with vodka, lime juice and mint leaves.
The end product is a summertime beverage that is bursting with an array of fruity tastes that everyone can enjoy.
Are you trying to watch your figure? Then why not make a cocktail that is low in calories and full of flavour?
This long and attractive drink mixes the vodka with blueberries, before adding in blackberries, cranberry juice and mint.
What you get in the end is a delicious and healthy cocktail that is light, fruity and sweet.
If you are looking for something simple and refreshing to make, then it doesn’t get easier than this skinny lemon mojito.
Filled with delicious ingredients, such as mint leaves, vodka, lemon juice and sugar – this cocktail is bitter and delicious.
So why not enjoy a taste of summer and make this mojito today?
Vodka mojitos are delicious when made with different citrus flavours and this next recipe is one of the best.
Made from a colourful blend of orange vodka, orange juice and fresh basil leaves – this cocktail is tart, refreshing and punchy.
Garnish the finished drink with basil leaves and orange wedges and you have yourself a winner.
Some of the best vodka mojitos are the ones that use surprising and unique ingredients – and this next recipe does just that.
Featuring a warm blend of caramel vodka, apple cider syrup, mint leaves and sparkling water – this cocktail is rich, spicy and addictive.
Dress the final product with slices of apple and a cinnamon stick and you have the perfect treat for the Fall.
If you are looking for a vodka mojito that takes decadence to a new level, then I have the perfect cocktail for you.
This aromatic cocktail is made using a blend of vodka, fresh blackberries and succulent plums.
The final drink is a floral and fruit affair that is the very definition of moreish.
Is there a better pairing than mint and strawberry? I don’t think so and the next entry agrees.
This adorable and vibrant cocktail takes the harshness of vodka and undercuts it with sweet strawberries, refreshing mint and a hint of triple sec.
Giving you a cocktail that is layered and full of character.
Didn’t I say the most delicious mojitos are the ones with surprising ingredients?
This warm and aromatic cocktail features a delicate blend of pear vodka, maple syrup and ginger beer.
Resulting in a delicious cocktail that is even better when it is sprinkled with a dash of allspice.
Just the name of this mojito alone is enough to make your mouth water.
Combining all the delicious flavours of the Deep South, this cocktail contains a mixture of sweet tea vodka, lemonade and mint leaves.
Giving you a drink that not only encapsulates the South but the summer season as well.
Sometimes you just want a cocktail that tastes like candy, so why not make a mojito that captures the essence of a toffee apple?
Made from a concoction of toffee vodka, apple juice and mint leaves – this cocktail is warm, sweet and powerful.
It also looks particularly appealing when topped with fresh mint and apple chunks.
Why not sample something a little more tropical and make yourself this delicious coconut water mojito.
Using rum or vodka, you can make this recipe by blending spirits with coconut water, agave nectar and mint leaves.
Leaving you with a cool and refreshing cocktail that is simply brimming with electrolytes.