Kiwi Mint Mocktail

Written by Abigail Jolly
July 31, 2023 | Reading time 4 minutes

With these summer night porch hangs in full swing, we are all in need of some alternative beverages to classic cocktails. Whether that's for a healthier lifestyle, or simply a refreshing drink to enjoy endlessly, we have the best Kiwi Mint Mocktail recipe to share!

This drink uses simple ingredients such as lime juice, mint leaves, kiwi fruit, soda water, and a touch of simple syrup for sweetness. Not only does this make a healthier alternative to classic cocktails but it is also incredibly easy to make. Let's dive in together!

How to Make Kiwi Mint Mocktail

Kiwi Mint Mocktail

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Step 1

Grab your kiwi, lime juice, mint leaves, and simple syrup, and place in the blender.

Step 2

Turn your blender on and allow ingredients to mix until smooth. Once you now have a kiwi mixture, turn off your blender and move on to step 3!

Step 3

Fill a rocks glass with ice and kiwi slices, and add in your kiwi mint mixture to your glass. Carbonate water and top your glass with sparkling water. Garnish with mint leaves and enjoy!

Can I Make Kiwi Mint Mocktail With Store Bought Sparkling Water?

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You can but we don't recommend it. We suggest using homemade sparkling water for the best results with your Kiwi Mint Mocktail. This is because store-bought sparkling water often contains added sugar and preservatives that can impact the taste of your drink. By using a home carbonation machine, you can also customize the carbonation level to your liking. If you're anything like us, you also may want to consider the cost benefits of owning a machine over purchasing store-bought seltzer water. Refilling and exchanging your CO2 canisters used in the majority of soda machines is far more cost-effective in the long run and also more sustainable.

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Are There Any Health Benefits From Kiwi Mint Mocktail?

Kiwi is chock full of health benefits! Kiwi is best known for its ability to lower blood pressure and provide a boost of vitamin C. Not to mention it can also reduce the risk of stroke and heart disease. Mint is also a great herb for reducing any inflammation in your stomach. Sparkling water also has a variety of great health benefits from decreasing bloating and boosting hydration levels. Incorporating this healthy cocktail alternative into your weekly consumption can have amazing additional health benefits, not including that it tastes incredible! 

Tips for Creating Your Perfect Kiwi Mint Mocktail

Creating the perfect Kiwi Mint Mocktail can be a delightful experience, and we have some tips to help you achieve that refreshing and flavorful blend. From ingredient variations to presentation ideas, let's make your mocktail stand out!

Exploring Flavor Combinations

While the classic Kiwi Mint Mocktail recipe is already delicious, don't be afraid to experiment with different flavor combinations. Consider adding a splash of pineapple juice for a tropical twist or infusing the mint leaves with a hint of basil for an intriguing herbal note.

Mocktail Garnishing Inspiration

Elevate the visual appeal of your Kiwi Mint Mocktail with creative garnishing. Kiwi slices and mint leaves are a fantastic start, but you can take it further by adding edible flowers or even a lime wheel. Aesthetics play a crucial role in enhancing the overall drinking experience.

The Mocktail Party: Hosting Tips and Mocktail Ideas

Hosting a mocktail party can be just as fun and enjoyable as a regular cocktail gathering. Embrace the world of mocktails and create a memorable experience for your guests with these tips and ideas:

  1. Mocktail Stations: Set up a mocktail station with various fruit juices, syrups, fresh herbs, and sparkling water. Let your guests mix and match their ingredients to create their personalized mocktail masterpieces. Provide recipe cards for inspiration.

  2. Mocktail Pitcher Recipes: Prepare large batches of Kiwi Mint Mocktail and other refreshing mocktails in advance. This way, you can spend more time socializing with your guests and less time at the bar. Consider concoctions like Watermelon Basil Fizz or Virgin Mojitos for a diverse mocktail menu.

Fun Facts About Kiwi Fruit

As you enjoy your Kiwi Mint Mocktail, here are some fascinating fun facts about kiwi fruit:

  1. Originally Known as "Chinese Gooseberry," Kiwifruit is native to China and was initially known as the "Chinese Gooseberry" due to its origins.

  2. The fruit gained popularity in New Zealand when it was first introduced there in the early 20th century. It was renamed "kiwifruit" to avoid association with the bird "kiwi," which is a national symbol of New Zealand.

  3. Kiwifruit is packed with essential nutrients. One medium-sized kiwi contains more vitamin C than an orange and provides a good amount of vitamin K, vitamin E, and potassium.

  4. There are different types of kiwifruit - fuzzy and smooth. The most common variety in stores is the fuzzy kiwi, while the smooth-skinned kiwi (often called "kiwi berry") is gaining popularity.

  5. The enzymes found in kiwifruit can break down proteins, making it an excellent natural meat tenderizer. It has been used for centuries in Asian cuisine for this purpose.

  6. Some people with latex allergies may experience cross-reactivity with kiwifruit due to similar proteins present in both. If you have a latex allergy, be cautious when trying kiwifruit for the first time.

  7. Kiwifruit was sent to space as part of a space mission to provide astronauts with a nutrient-rich and tasty fruit option during their journey.

Sip on your Kiwi Mint Mocktail while sharing these fun facts with your friends and family! Enjoy the delicious taste and the knowledge of this unique fruit. Cheers to good health and discovery!

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