Aam Panna Mojito Cocktail Recipe

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Nic Polotnianko

I fell in love with the art of mixology 6 years ago. Since then, I've honed my skills, crafting a myriad of cocktail recipes, and sharing my passion with other enthusiasts.

Last Updated: January 7, 2024


Aam Panna Mojito is a refreshing twist on the classic mojito, which originates from Cuba. This version incorporates the Indian summer drink Aam Panna, made from raw mangoes, which is known for its heat-resistant properties. This fusion cocktail is perfect for those who enjoy tropical flavors and would like to try something new and exotic.

  • The classic mojito is said to have been a favorite of author Ernest Hemingway
  • Aam Panna is a traditional Indian drink known for its cooling effects during hot summer months
  • This fusion cocktail is a great way to introduce new flavors to your palate

How Aam Panna Mojito Tastes?

The Aam Panna Mojito has a tangy, sweet, and slightly sour taste with a hint of mint and the tropical flavor of raw mangoes. It is a well-balanced, refreshing, and light cocktail.

Interesting facts about Aam Panna Mojito

  • Aam Panna is known for its heat-resistant properties and is often consumed in India during the hot summer months
  • The combination of Aam Panna and mojito creates a unique fusion of flavors that is both exotic and refreshing
  • This cocktail is perfect for those who enjoy trying new and unique flavor combinations


  • Aam panna: 60ml
  • White rum: 45ml
  • Fresh lime juice: 15ml
  • Mint leaves: 8-10
  • Sugar syrup: 15ml
  • Club soda: 60ml
  • Ice cubes: As needed
  • Garnish: Mint Sprig and Mango Slice

Aam Panna

Aam Panna, the showstopper, brings tanginess and a quintessential mango punch. It's 60ml because we need to maintain balance - less wouldn't be mango-licious, more and you’d be in a mango-overload! Without it, you'd lose the soul of this cocktail.

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White Rum

45ml of white rum - we need that kick, don't we? It's not a mojito without rum. Reduce it, and the cocktail might wave a white flag for lack of spirit. Increase it, and you risk overshadowing the delicate mango flavors.

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Fresh Lime Juice

Fresh Lime Juice at 15ml gives that citrusy edge. Cut it out, and the cocktail might seem too sweet. Overdo it, and your drink resembles a sour face challenge.

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Mint Leaves

Mint leaves are like fresh breath in a relationship - necessary. 8-10 leaves for the perfect minty backdrop. No mint? Well then, it's just not a mojito, is it?

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Sugar Syrup

Sugar Syrup (15ml) to sweeten the deal. It's a balancing act - too little, and the drink may pucker your lips; too much, and it’s candied chaos.

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Club Soda

Club Soda (60ml) to top it off and add that fizz. Without it, the cocktail could fall flat - literally.

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Ice Cubes

Ice Cubes keep it cool, because no one likes a lukewarm mojito. Insufficient ice? Prepare for a diluted disaster as the ice melts too quickly.

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Garnish because we eat (and drink) with our eyes too! It's about the looks and the flavor. A mint sprig adds aroma, and the mango slice is the edible exclamation point.

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Recipe. How to make Aam Panna Mojito Drink

  1. In a tall glass, muddle the mint leaves with sugar syrup
  2. Add the Aam Panna, white rum, and fresh lime juice
  3. Fill the glass with ice cubes
  4. Top with club soda and stir gently
  5. Garnish with a mint sprig and a mango slice

Pro Tips

  • Use fresh mint leaves for the best flavor
  • Adjust the sweetness of the cocktail by adding more or less sugar syrup according to your taste preference

Perfect Pairings


  • Grilled Chicken Skewers: The smoky flavor of the skewers would balance well with the tart and refreshing aspects of the Aam Panna Mojito.
  • Spicy Paneer Tikka: The spiciness of the paneer can be cooled down by the mint and mango flavors of the cocktail.
  • Fish Ceviche: A light and zesty seafood dish like ceviche pairs nicely with the rum and citrus notes in the mojito.

Main Courses

  • Tandoori Chicken: The robust flavors of the tandoori spices would be complemented by the cocktail's sweet and sour profile.
  • Grilled Sea Bass with Mango Salsa: The fruit notes in both the salsa and the Aam Panna Mojito create a harmonious pairing.


  • Lemon or Mango Sorbet: A light, fruity sorbet would enhance the refreshing qualities of the mojito.

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What you could change in Aam Panna Mojito

  • You can replace white rum with vodka for a different flavor profile
  • If Aam Panna is not available, you can use mango puree mixed with a little tamarind paste and sugar for a similar taste

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Spicy Mango Mojito

  • Add a chili slice while muddling the mint. You get a fiery kick that dances with the sweetness of the mango.

Aam Panna Mojito Fizz

  • Replace club soda with ginger ale. Now there’s a playful zing that pairs up with the tangy mango - a literal 'ginger jump' in the party!

Virgin Aam Panna Mojito

  • Forgo the white rum and double down on club soda. This mocktail version lets everyone bask in the mango-abunda without the buzz.

In case you forgot basics how to make Aam Panna Mojito

Insert the spoon into the glass until it touches the bottom. Keep the back of the spoon against the inside wall of the glass, and stir in a smooth, circular motion. The goal is to swirl the ice and ingredients together without churning or splashing.

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The key to proper muddling is to crush the ingredients just enough to release their flavors and not overdo it. Over-muddling can result in a bitter taste, especially with herbs.

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Garnishing a bar drink depends on the type of garnish and the cocktail. Generally, it involves preparing the garnish (like cutting a citrus wheel or picking a sprig of mint), and then adding it to the drink in a visually appealing way (like perching it on the rim or floating it on top).

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Frequently Asked Questions on Aam Panna Mojito

What type of glass is best for serving Aam Panna Mojito?

Aam Panna Mojito is best served in a highball glass. The shape allows for the perfect amount of mixer, and it’s tall, so there’s plenty of room for ice.

Can I use any other alcohol apart from rum in Aam Panna Mojito?

Yes, you can experiment with different liquors. Vodka is a common substitute for rum in mojito recipes. However, it is important to note that the taste of the cocktail will change depending on the alcohol you use.

Can I make Aam Panna Mojito without alcohol?

Yes, you can certainly make a mocktail version of Aam Panna Mojito by simply skipping the alcohol. The remaining ingredients can ensure a refreshing and delicious drink.

How can I store leftover Aam Panna Mojito?

Cocktails like Aam Panna Mojito taste best when consumed immediately. If needed, you can store it in a refrigerator in a sealed container for about a day. However, the texture and taste will not be as good as when fresh.

What food pairs well with Aam Panna Mojito?

With its tropical flavors, Aam Panna Mojito pairs well with spicy foods, grilled meats, and seafood. It can also be a refreshing accompaniment to Indian curries and rice dishes.

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