Mojito Float

LAST UPDATED: Jun 13, 2019 | PUBLISHED: Jun 14, 2016 | By: Julie Blanner

A Mojito Float is the best of both worlds – the quintessential flavor of a mojito served with lime ice cream floating in a sea of rum!

Combine your drink and dessert with the ultimate summer cocktail - a mojito float!

It’s June and it is hot. These 90 degree humid afternoons have snuck up on me and I’m looking for a way to have my drink and eat it, too! If there’s one drink I can’t resist, it’s a good mojito with fresh mint and great rum. One sip and I’ve drifted away on vacation, if only in my mind.

I have combined two of my favorite treats (desserts and drinks) to  create the ultimate summer cocktail – a mojito float. If June is any indication, I’ll be enjoying plenty of them this summer and hope you’ll join me!

Cool off this summer with a boozy float - a frozen mojito!

A mojito float is a simple twist on the classic summer cocktail – a mojito. It has all the same great flavors, wrapped up into a boozy float!

It’s made with sugar, lime, mint, white rum, club soda, lime sorbet or sherbet.

Favorite summer cocktail a boozy mojito float

Sherbet (which is often misspelled sherbert) is frozen fruit blended with 1 percent to 2 percent milkfat from milk or cream. A sorbet is also a frozen fruit based dessert without dairy. You can use either to create this amazing mojito float!

Combine your drink and dessert with the ultimate summer drink - a mojito float!

The Best Rum for Frozen Mojito Floats

Mojitos are best with white rum. The below is an array of white rum that compliment the sweet lime flavor we all love!

  • Captain Morgan White Rum
  • Flora de Cana
  • Bacardi Silver
  • Bones White Rum
  • Koloa White Rum     

Favorite summer cocktail a boozy mojito float

Want to make a virgin Mojito Float? No problem! Just add a little extra club soda and sugar! Either way you’re sure to love this refreshing mocktail or cocktail!

Combine your drink and dessert with the ultimate summer cocktail - a mojito float!

Let summer fun overflow with this easy mojito float.    

Look familiar? This summer cocktail has been featured by MSN, Redbook, Elle Decor, House Beautiful and many more!

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Cool off this summer with a boozy drink - mojito float

Mojito Float

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Prep Time: 3 minutes
Total Time: 3 minutes
Servings: 1

Ingredients

  • 1 Tbsp sugar
  • 1 slice lime
  • 2 sprigs mint
  • 2 oz white rum
  • 2 oz club soda
  • 2 scoops lime sorbet or sherbert

Instructions

  • Using a muddler or spoon, crush mint into lime and sugar.
  • Add rum, club soda and stir.
  • Add sorbet and enjoy!
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