The Best Cocktails and Most Popular Mixed Drink Recipes!

Find the perfect drink!

Browse by categories or ingredients

Read what others had to say about each recipe

››› Go to the Top 10


Mint Leaves

Mint Leaves

Type: Spice
Washed mint leaves

Added by David

All cocktails made with Mint Leaves

  1. Cucumber Martini 10.0/10

    A sweet refreshing Martini. Tastes of fresh cucumbers with a hint of mint.
    By davidzabran

  2. Spiced Ginger Mojito 9.3/10

    Really refreshing twist on a mojito that packs a punch
    By Ozzie

  3. Pear Vodka MojitoPear Vodka Mojito 9.0/10

    A delicious take on a classic mojito.
    By Lmramsey89

  4. CranMojito 9.0/10

    A refreshing twist on a classic Mojito. Good with rum or without as a mock version.
    By Kimberly

  5. Old Rye Gal 9.0/10

    Mint Ginger Cherry Rye heaven.
    By laceylschmidt

  6. CojitoCojito 9.0/10

    A Mojito but with a coconut flavour.
    By David

  7. MojitoMojito 8.8/10

    The official Cuban drink. Excellent and refreshing!
    By David

  8. Rum n' CreamRum n' Cream 8.8/10

    A strong, sweet tasting cocktail perfect for a night in to kick back and relax.
    By xmaramena

  9. MinttuMinttu 8.5/10

    By christmaz

  10. NojitoNojito 8.2/10

    One of the most popular mocktails. All the taste of the Mojito without the alcohol.
    By David

  11. Mint JulepMint Julep 8.0/10

    A timeless classic.
    By austin91

  12. Christmas Winter Mojito 8.0/10

    Uniquely made with two lemon slice, four mint leaves muddled in sugar syrup. A Mojito with a difference.
    By chelseaboy007

  13. BrominBromin 7.7/10

    Refreshing drink for who like Gin :)
    By brominqypts14

  14. Hendricks EllisonHendricks Ellison 7.2/10

    Elegant drink to start the night off. The Ellison is a delicious mix of cucumber and mint - always a hit with the ladies
    By Harvs

  15. Golden SlumberGolden Slumber 6.7/10

    A trendy drink to get the weekend started and a mood raiser for parties. This cocktail is a self-creation (as far as I know) to tickle your sense of taste.
    By solicitor73

Page [ 1 ] [ 2 ]