Virgin Mojito Recipe

Anyone who loves cocktails will have heard about the mojito before. Loved around the world, it’s one of the most famous drinks of all time. Do you want to find out more about this classic drink and how to make it at home?

The birthplace of the mojito is Havana, Cuba. Traditionally this drink is served with white rum, cane sugar juice, lime juice, soda and mint. However, over the years, this cocktail has been adapted into a non-alcoholic version that is just as delicious.

If you want to learn how to make a great Virgin Mojito Framboise cocktail, then read on and follow our simple recipe. You can also watch the video below and see first-hand how to mix the drink by yourself. Enjoy!

Ingredients & equipment

The Virgin Mojito Framboise is sweet and fruity at the same time. It’s the perfect mix for cocktail lovers who also enjoy a drink without alcohol. If you want to treat yourself and your guests to a classic non-alcoholic mojito, then follow the simple steps in our Virgin Mojito recipe.



  • Mojito glass
  • Pestle

Method for the Virgin Mojito Framboise

  • 1. Let’s get ready to make the Virgin Mojito Framboise. Prepare the mojito glass as well as all the ingredients. Make sure that you have enough ice for the cocktail.

  • 2. Start by placing the lime quarters and the raspberries in the glass. Then add a dash of Morand Pure Juice Raspberry Syrup on top.

  • 3. Take the pestle to crush the limes and extract the juice and mix it with the Morand Pure Juice Raspberry Syrup.

  • 4. Next up, take the mint leaves and add them to the glass and fill it with shaved ice until the glass is full.

  • 5. Now, top up the drink with ginger ale.

  • 6. To finish your Virgin Mojito Framboise cocktail, decorate it with mint leaves, a few fresh raspberries and a tip of mint. Your drink is ready to be served.

Want more?

The world of mixing cocktails is truly fascinating. If you want to learn more about it, then you should really dive deeper into discovering our delicious spirits and syrups. All of our spirits and syrups are, of course, available to buy online.

Did you enjoy our non-alcoholic mojito cocktail? Then you should take a look at a few more great recipes. Check out these grenadine cocktails to expand your cocktail knowledge, or take a look at our other cocktails:

Royal Framboise - Raspberry cocktail
Williamine sunrise cocktail 
Williamine brandy sour
Passion of vanilla - vanilla cocktail

Tips to make your cocktails better

Making great drinks at home is like cooking - you never stop learning. But even the most basic recipes can be extremely delicious. To help you become better at making cocktails, we have put together a few tips and tricks.

It’s not always about the alcohol

As you have seen with the Virgin Mojito Framboise recipe, great cocktails don’t always need alcohol. To expand your cocktail-making skills, you should also try and experiment with non-alcoholic recipes. After all, there are many great syrup flavours to be tested.

Learn about syrups

Syrups are very rich and powerful. Take your time to discover the different syrup flavours from Morand and find your personal favourite. That way you will find new pairings and develop your personal taste palate further.

Practise, practise, practise

The only way to truly master something is by practising it. Take your time when learning a new cocktail recipe, such as the non-alcoholic mojito. Follow the steps closely and then keep practising the same recipe regularly. Once you truly know it by heart, you will have mastered that recipe!

Learn more about cocktails


Great and rich syrups are key to mixing non-alcoholic cocktails. No matter whether it’s caramel, cranberry or a citrus flavour, the spectrum of syrups is vast. Check out all the different available syrup flavours from Morand and learn more about them in our ultimate guide to syrups.


If you want to try yourself at making the alcoholic version of the Mojito, then you should also have a look at our ultimate guide to spirits. Here you can find out more about brandy, gins and, of course, different kinds of rums. Once you find out more about the ingredients of cocktails, you will also become better at mixing them.