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Blackberry Mojito Mocktail | Summer and Spring Drinks

Mojito mocktails are super light and refreshing, perfect for warm-weather parties or just whenever you feel like having something sweet and minty! This blackberry mojito mocktail ticks all the boxes.

The great thing? You can make a big pitcher of it!

A pitcher of blackberry mojito mocktail
pitcher of blackberry mojito mocktail

For this mocktail, you’ll need the following ingredients:

  • 1/2 cup of fresh blackberries
  • 10 fresh mint leaves
  • 2 limes
  • 1 tablespoon agave syrup
  • 1 cup sparkling water
  • ice cubes
  • lime slices and extra blackberries for garnish (optional)

Keep in mind that the ingredient list above is for approximately two servings. If you’re making a big batch, you’ll want to multiply accordingly. (The recipe card below will help with that.)

a cup of blackberries, cup of sparkling water, mint leaves, agave syrup, and limes
blueberry mojito mocktail ingredients

How To Make a Blackberry Mojito Mocktail

Step 1: In a cocktail shaker or a jug, muddle the fresh blackberries and mint leaves together until they release their juices and you can smell the mint and berries.

Step 2: Cut a lime in half and use a juicer or just squeeze by hand (careful not to drop any seeds) into the muddled blackberries and mint.

blackberries and mint in a jug for muddling
blueberries and mint in a jar for muddling

Step 3: Add the agave syrup and give it a good stir to combine all the ingredients. If using a shaker, you can also add some ice cubes and give it a good shake (this is my preference).

Step 4: Fill a glass with ice cubes and pour the blackberry mixture over the ice.

Step 5: Top off your glass with sparkling water. Stir gently to mix the ingredients together.

A pitcher being filled with sparkling water to finish the blackberry mojito mocktail
top off your jug or glass with sparkling water

Step 6: Add some fresh lime wedges and blackberries for garnish (optional)

Step 7: Serve immediately.

Love a mojito mocktail? I’ve got a few variations for you to check out!

Substitutions and Variations

  • Fruit Variations: Swap blackberries for other berries like raspberries, strawberries, or blueberries for a different berry flavor. For a tropical twist, try mango or pineapple.
  • Herb Substitutions: If you’re not a fan of mint or simply want to try something new, basil or cilantro can offer a unique flavor profile to your mocktail.
  • Citrus Options: While lime is classic in mojitos, lemon or even grapefruit juice can provide a refreshing alternative.
  • Sweetener Alternatives: If agave syrup isn’t available, you can use honey, simple syrup, or maple syrup. To reduce sugar, consider a sugar-free sweetener like stevia or monk fruit syrup.
  • Sparkling Water Varieties: Instead of plain sparkling water, consider flavored seltzer, club soda, or tonic water.
  • Non-Sparkling Substitutes: For a still version, use chilled filtered water or coconut water for a unique twist.
  • Adding Tea: For a caffeinated version, mix in cold brewed tea (like green tea or hibiscus tea) instead of sparkling water for a flavorful and energizing mocktail.
  • Frozen Mocktail: Blend the ingredients with ice to create a slushy version, perfect for hot summer days.
  • Seasonal Twists: Incorporate seasonal fruits or spices to adapt the mocktail to different times of the year, such as adding cinnamon or apple in the fall.
  • Garnish Variations: Experiment with different garnishes like fresh thyme, a cinnamon stick, or edible flowers for a decorative touch that adds to the flavor.
  • Layered Look: Create a layered effect by gently pouring the sparkling water over the back of a spoon to float it above the muddled blackberry and mint mixture for a visually stunning presentation.
blackberry mojito mocktail with garnish
blackberry mojito with garnish
a mug of blackberry mojito mocktail

Blackberry Mojito Mocktail – Easy Summer Mocktail Recipe

This blackberry mojito mocktail is an easy mocktail recipe perfect for summer or spring parties and cookouts! It comes together with simple ingredients: fresh blackberries and mint leaves, agave syrup, lime, and sparkling water. It's a family-friendly and non-alcoholic.
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Course: Drinks
Keyword: blackberry mocktails, Mocktails, non-alcoholic mojito, summer mocktails
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Servings: 2
Author: Alicia Gilbert



  • ½ cup fresh blackberries
  • 10 fresh mint leaves
  • 2 limes
  • 1 tbsp agave syrup
  • 1 cup sparkling water
  • ice cubes
  • extra blackberries and lime for garnish (optional)


  • In a cocktail shaker or jug, muddle the blackberries and mint until they release their juices.
  • Cut one lime and use a citrus juicer or juice the lime by hand and add it to the mixture. Just don't drop any seeds in there!
  • Add the agave syrup. If using a jug, mix everything together. If using a cocktail shaker, toss in a couple of ice cubs and give it a good shake.
  • Fill two cocktail glasses with ice and pour half of the mixture over the ice in each glass.
  • Top off the glasses with sparkling water. Give it a gentle stir.
  • Garnish with extra blackberries and lime wedges (optional).
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