Blueberry Mojito Royale

Blueberry Mojito Royale

As heavenly as it is lovely, this extravagant shimmering mixed drink was made for celebrating. (Who doesn't love a decent champagne floater?)

Truly, I figure I could drink this wonderful invention only for an incredible remainder and be 100% substance. (That is stating a great deal, since I'm somewhat connected to margaritas. Also, jello shots. What's more, vodka.)

Blueberries, new mint, lime and a sprinkling of sugar in the crude get obfuscated together, blended with a liberal shot of rum, and afterward finished with chilled champagne. Without a doubt, I'll drink anything with a champagne floater, yet this mixed drink is especially enchanted. It strikes the ideal harmony among tart and sweet, with an invigorating minty completion and the ideal measure of bubble. Moneymaker.

In case you're in the market for a mark mixed drink to serve at your forthcoming summer soirées, this is it, parents. It's exceptionally lovely, and you can without much of a stretch make the blueberry mojito base in mass and afterward top individual glasses with champagne when it's a great opportunity to partay. The extravagant blueberry "swizzle sticks" you see in envisioned are essentially blueberries strung onto bamboo sticks, which takes all of 45 seconds. They're clearly not obligatory, yet except if you despise compliments, you ought to presumably simply feel free to make them. Cool?

Get after it.
p.s. I like a hardened beverage, and this sumptuous drink is essentially straight liquor with certain blueberries and mint tossed in for good measure. You've been cautioned. Smashed in loooooove.

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Blueberry Mojito Royale


  • 1/3 cup blueberries (plus extra for a fancy blueberry swizzle stick)
  • 6-8 leaves fresh mint
  • 1 tablespoon sugar in the raw
  • 2½ tablespoons fresh lime juice
  • 2 ounces light rum
  • Crushed ice
  • 2 ounces chilled Prosecco or champagne


  1. Place the blueberries, mint leaves, sugar, and lime juice in a glass. (I recommend a 12-ounce glass or mason jar, but you can obviously use whatever you like.) Using a muddling tool or wooden spoon, muddle the ingredients in the bottom of the glass until the blueberries have released their juices.
  2. Fill the glass with crushed ice and pour the rum over. Give it a stir.
  3. Top with chilled champagne or Prosecco and garnish with extra mint and blueberries if you’re feeling fancy.

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