Grilled Pineapple Mojito is a balanced combination of smoky, minty, and fruity flavors. Celebrate the beginning of the summer with a different take on the classic Cuban drink “Mojito.” We are giving this tropical cocktail a summery feeling by grilling the pineapple and adding a unique smoky touch. If you are a mojito fan, you’ll love this alcoholic drink recipe.
Hello my friends. Are you a cocktail lover? How about you celebrate the season with one of the best make-your-own fruity cocktails? From frozen to tropical mixed cocktails, there’s a drink for every occasion. Get ready to mix up a Grilled Pineapple Mojito cocktail and stun your friends with the serving.
This take on the signature mojito is perfect for every season but a favorite of summers. Quench your thirst and fall in love with this fruity and tangy mojito that combines a smoky flavor. As a popular summer cocktail, grilled pineapple mojito blends in fresher flavors. The barbecued pineapple adds an aromatic char-grilled flavor to your drink. High sugars and sturdy fibers in pineapple beats all the other fruits.
Why is pineapple the best fruit for a cocktail?
Pineapple cocktails are the fruitiest drink of all, and piña colada is undoubtedly the best-known one. But, if you have ever tried the grilled pineapple mojito, you’ll immediately add it to your list of killer cocktails for summer. As one of the best fruits for cocktails, pineapple blends well with all spirits, especially rum. Pineapple adds the much-required sweetness to your tropical-themed cocktails. Pineapple is also the main non-alcoholic ingredient in our French Martini.
Prepare Grilled Pineapple Mojito, a refreshing summer drink
Cocktail lovers are always craving for new and refreshing experiences with their drinks. Whether you are a pineapple lover or not, you’ll still love this drink for its flavor and versatility. If you are in a mood to experiment and try out something new, we highly recommend you indulge in this unique take on the timeless mojito recipe. This drink deliciously blends in grilled pineapple syrup along with pineapple chunks to create a mesmerizing flavor.
Steps to making your Grilled Pineapple Mojito:
#1. Before you get started with the drink preparation, it’s imperative to prep up for the key ingredient – grilled pineapple syrup. Start by grilling the pineapple rings for a few minutes each side, preferably until caramelized and you get a good char, and then set it aside.
#2. Then, just as you would make a simple sugar syrup during your baking or mixology adventures, take a small saucepan, and add water and brown sugar. Heat it until it’s dissolved well.
#3. Next, muddle away the grilled pineapple along with the syrup in the same saucepan. Cool it down, strain the syrup and store it away in the refrigerator inside a bottle with Silicone Stainless Pourer.
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#4. Now to the real deal, preparing the drink. Follow this interesting mojito recipe to entice your guests. Start by muddling and smashing away lime juice, grilled pineapple chunks, and mint.
#5. To the mixture, add ice cubes, the pineapple syrup, and rum.
#6. Top it off with some club soda and garnish it with a pineapple leaf. If you are craving for a fruitier flavor, you could always add in pineapple juice.
Having some of the pineapple syrup around makes you extra prepared to whip up batches of grilled pineapple cocktail in a matter of minutes. This weekend call up your friends and host a (virtual) happy hour with this picture perfect fruity rum cocktail. The delightfully refreshing, tangy and concentrated drink is a rich cocktail that you must give a try.
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If you are a mojito fan, you’ll love this grilled pineapple mojito that is a perfect combination of smokey, minty, and fruity flavors. This cocktail will become your favorite summer drink in a jiffy.
Grilled Pineapple Syrup
- 4–5 Grilled pineapple rings
- 1/2 Cup of water
- 1/2 Cup light brown sugar
Grilled Pineapple Mojito:
- 2 oz Grilled pineapple syrup
- 1–2 Mint leaves
- 3–4 Grilled pineapple chunks
- 1 oz Fresh lime juice
- 4 oz Dark Rum
- 6–7 oz Club soda, to top
- Garnish: grilled pineapple leaf/spike.
Grilled Pineapple Syrup:
- Grill the pineapple rings 3-5 minutes per side, until you get a good char.
- In a small saucepan at medium low heat, add water and brown sugar. Stir until all sugar is dissolved.
- In a bowl, muddle 4-5 grilled pineapple rings and add rings and juice to saucepan. Cook for about two more minutes.
- Remove from heat and let cool. Then strain the syrup and store in the refrigerator for up to a week.
Grilled Pineapple Mojito:
- Muddle the lime juice, 2-3 grilled pineapple chunks and mint in a Collins glass.
- Add ice cubes. Pour in pineapple syrup, rum, and top with club soda.
- Garnish with pineapple leaf/spike.
Optional: You can add 2 oz of juice from the grilled pineapple. It will add fruitier flavor.
Grilled pineapple chunks: Remove the skin and top from a ripe pineapple and cut into 1/3-inch slices. Grill until caramelized. Cut into chunks.
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Drink responsibly. If you are under the legal drinking age limit for your state or country, this recipe is not for you. Sorry.
- Category: Cocktail
- Method: grilling
- Cuisine: Cuban
Keywords: summer drinks, grilled drinks, fruity cocktail, alcoholic drink
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