Mint Margarita – Refreshing Summer Drink!

It’s June already and we’re well into summers. While we have our rooms chilly with the AC, the temperature outside has risen to a sizzling 40-45 degrees and one definitely needs a refreshing drink to cool-one-down and to beat the heat

Nothing can beat the heat like a refreshing drink and for me it is Mint Margarita – nothing like it!  In hot summers like we have here, this is the best drink to have. It looks fancy but is super easy to make, with a blender at hand and a few ingredients you have a superbly refreshing drink ready.

It’s super simple but it does have its trick. To get a perfect glass of Mint Margarita you need to keep the ratio of lemon to sugar to water perfect. As the drink includes crushed ice too, so its important to maintain the ratio accordingly, because as the ice melts it’ll rise to the top and also mix with the water. The ratio I’ve kept in the recipe is perfect for me as it has all the flavors together; the sweet, the tangy, the mint and the soda.

While the temperature continues to rise and as Ramadan is approaching, this drink will definitely be your instant-refresher and a hit! So please yourself and your guests with this super refresher Mint Margarita.

Mint Margarita

Mint Margarita – A refreshing drink with a bit of lemon soda fused with mint leaves. So perfect for the Summers!
Prep Time5 mins
Cook Time3 mins
Total Time8 mins
Servings: 2
Author: Hirra Pervaiz


  • 1/2 Cup Sugar
  • 1/2 Cup Water
  • 1/4 tsp Salt
  • 3-4 Sprigs of Mint (or More)
  • 3 Lemons (Juice)
  • 3-4 Cups Ice cubes
  • 1 Cup 7up Lime or Sprite (250ml)


  • Add the sugar, water, salt, sprigs of mint, lemon juice and ice cubes to a blender. Pulse a few times till the ice is completely crushed
  • Fill each glass with half of 7up/sprite and pour the mint mixture over till the glass is full.Garnish with a slice of lemon the rim of the glass or with mint leaves. Serve immediately


Prepare the drink just before serving, or the crushed ice will melt if made way in advance You can prepare the mint mixture in advance and add ice to it and blend before serving


  • Kamana Sharma

    Wow – love your blog! Your ideas are so creative 🙂 This drink looks so refreshing. Can't wait to try it out this weekend 🙂

  • Hirra Pervaiz

    Thanks Kamana, you made my day 🙂 Do try and share how it turned out

  • SADAF F K.

    I never used 7up in any homemade drink. Your recipe sure is a must try in that crazy heat here. 🙂

  • Hirra Pervaiz

    7UP is to add that bubbly zing to it, you can try without it too and yes it's really refreshing for the crazy heat here 🙂

  • Jennifer Stewart

    I'm a sucker for a great margarita! I think the mint will definitely brighten up the drink!

  • Hirra Pervaiz

    Oh yes! the mint takes it to a completely different level, you'll love it!

  • Newcastle Manandvan

    Big thank you for sharing your story, you are an inspiration and it is just amazing to keep seeing stories like yours! Really appreciate it!

  • Hirra Pervaiz

    Thank you Newcastle Manandvan 🙂

  • Urooba Malik

    Hey..looks so tempting..incase we dont want 7up, what do we replace it with?

    The spice tales.

  • Hirra Pervaiz

    Hi Urooba, Thanks for visiting. You can substitute 7-Up with any other lemon-lime drink that you prefer or can use Lemon Malt or even can completely eliminate soda from the recipe and can prepare with water only.

  • Amber

    Hi, Nice recipe picture but I have a question. Don’t you think sugar is in high quantity? Because 7up is also sweet.


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