Mojitos have soared on popularity in recent years and you can find numerous variations of them beyond the traditional Mint Mojito. I’ve made various mojitos including strawberry, peach, and watermelon. Nectarine Mojitos are among my favorite. Ok maybe I say that about every Mojito I try.
Nectarines are very similar to peaches but as much as I love peaches, I’ll choose a nectarine over a peach any day. To me, they have a much sweeter flavor than peaches. When chosing nectarines, look for ones with lots of speckles on the skin. They tend to be sweeter. Use either white nectarines, which tend to be the sweetest, or yellow, which are more tangy and taste most like peaches.
- 1 1/3 cups peeled, diced Nectarines
- ¾ lime, halved and cut into thin slices
- 8-12 mint leaves
- 2 tablespoons sugar
- ½ cup rum
- ½ cup club soda
- Place apricots, lime, and mint in a pitcher and muddle together. Add sugar and rum. Stir together.
- Pour mixture into 2 glasses filled with ice. Add ¼ cup club soda to each glass and serve.
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12 thoughts on “Nectarine Mojitos”
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What gorgeous mojitos…Looking at the beautiful pictures made me thirsty!!!
Ah, those look so refreshing! I have been addicted to nectarines the past few weeks. Wish I had one of these right about now… 😉
These look so light and refreshing! Yum!
Gorgeous mojitos! Fresh, bright and perfect for summer! Have a great day Christin!
Hi Christin, thanks for dropping by my blog! It’s so nice to meet you and these Nectarine Mojitos are so gorgeous!
this looks amazing! i have all the ingredients so i’ll definitely be having one (possibly two!) of those this evening!
Hope you like it Stephanie 🙂
Oh yum! Just ask me how much I want one of these right now!!!
These are GORGEOUS and sound absolutely delicious. I have had some very sweet nectarines lately and might have to agree that they are even better than peaches. Thanks for a wonderful recipe! Pinned 🙂
I love nectarines! I can only imagine how amazing they taste in this mojito! Pinned!
I love nectarines too Julia and they taste fabulous in a mojito!