Cucumber Mint Mocktail
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why you’ll love this recipe
- Cucumber Mint Mocktail is quick and easy to make!
- Made with fresh ingredients for a bright a vibrant mocktail.
- Feel free to add in some vodka or tequila if you want to make an alcoholic drink.
- Embodies a ton of flavor from the fresh cucumbers to the spicy ginger.
- It’s like a fancy green juice!
- Perfectly fizzy with a touch of club soda.
- Looking for another cocktail recipe? Check out my mango kombucha margarita!
ingredients and Substitutions
These are the main ingredients and substitutions for Cucumber Mint Mocktail. Be sure to scroll down to the recipe card at the bottom of this page for a full list of ingredients and instructions.
For this recipe I used an english cucumber, but any kind will work.
Use freshly squeezed lime juice for best results.
A touch of agave gives this juice a subtle sweet flavor, you can also use maple syrup or honey.
Fresh mint leaves add a ton of flavor.
A small piece of ginger root will give this mocktail a slight kick.
Filtered water is added to the blender to help combined all the ingredients.
This mocktail is topped with club soda for the perfect touch of fizz. Sub for ginger beer or soda water.
how to make
TWO: Next, fill a glass with ice and add in thinly sliced cucumbers. Pour the green juice over the ice leaving about 1 inch of space. Top it off with club soda and garnish with mint. Enjoy!
Tips and tricks
Use a high speed blender and keep blending until ingredients are well incorporated.
A strainer will remove the pulp quickly and easily, but you can also use a cheese cloth.
Add in more ginger if you want this mocktail to have more of a kick.
How to serve and store
Serve this Cucumber Mint Mocktail over ice with fresh cucumber slices and mint for a garnish.
Store the juice in an airtight container, separate from the club soda, and enjoy within 3-4 days.
This cucumber mint mocktail is extremely refreshing. It tastes like a fancy green juice that you’d get at a juice store! It has a slight “spicy” kick to it from the ginger root, but it’s very subtle.
frequently asked questions
About 2 cups!
Totally! I’d recommend 1 shot of vodka, tequila or gin.
Yes totally! Even ginger beer would be a great replacement.