Mango cocktails are a delightful blend of tropical flavor and refreshing libations. These fruity concoctions typically feature the sweet, juicy essence of ripe mangoes, mixed with spirits like rum, vodka, or tequila, along with a splash of citrus or other fruit juices. The result is a vibrant, luscious drink that’s perfect for sipping on a sunny day or enjoying at a fun gathering with friends.
Mango cocktails are a hit with anyone who loves the taste of fresh, tropical fruit in their drinks, and they’re especially popular among those who appreciate a touch of sweetness and a hint of exotic flair in their libations. Whether you’re lounging by the pool or hosting a backyard barbecue, mango cocktails are sure to add a burst of tropical joy to any occasion!
Mango daiquiris make even the greyest day feel bright and beachy. The tropical slushy gets its abv from a generous helping of rum. Anyone with a blender can easily whip up this sweet, tangy cocktail. Blend mango nectar, white rum, orange liqueur, lemon juice, frozen mango chunks, and ice cubes. Remember to enjoy this drink slowly to avoid brain freeze!
Margaritas are beloved classics. While the traditional recipe is hard to beat, sometimes you need a little variation on a good thing. This mango margarita recipe provides a fun and unexpected twist on the old standard. Frozen mango adds an extra dose of fruit sweetness. Orange liqueur provides a citrus boost. Lime juice honors tradition, while simple syrup sweetens the pot. Tequila provides the alcohol base, and mezcal lends a deep, smoky flavor to the whole affair. This recipe makes six servings, so invite all your margarita-loving pals to share a pitcher!
Mojitos are perfect summer drinks. The cocktails pack a heavy mint punch that cools and refreshes. Adding tropical fruit is the only possible way to improve this fantastic drink. Enter: the mango mojito. This recipe is straightforward to execute. Mix mango puree, lime juice, sugar, muddled mint, and rum. Top that concoction off with a splash of tonic for a bright, bubbly finish. The drink has a robust mango flavor that doesn’t mask the minty menthol taste. The recipe makes two mango mojitos, one for you and one for a friend.
Mango Collins sounds like the name of a hard-boiled detective, but the unique appellation applies to a delicious variation on a classic cocktail. The mango Collins mixes a fascinating array of flavors. The result is fruity and herbal, with a hint of citric acid. Soda water provides a fizzy burst. This sunny, refreshing drink is perfect for bartenders at all skill levels. Combine dry gin, mango puree, and lemon juice. Give those three ingredients a good shake, add the soda water, and enjoy!
You don’t need a good sense of rhythm to enjoy the mango tango drink. No dance moves are used in making the cocktail. The mango tango tastes like sunshine, with orange, mango, and coconut flavors. The cocktail is so easy to make and calls for five ingredients. You have everything you need if you have coconut rum, mango nectar, orange juice, lime juice, and Triple Sec. Mix them all and transport yourself to a sunny beach.
If you love the colada but not so much the pina, we have the perfect drink for you. Mango coladas hold onto the coconut but ditch the pineapple. The cocktail hits you with a double punch of mango flavor. Mango juice and mango chunks ensure every sip is chock-full of tropical fruit taste. Cream of coconut lends the drink a smooth texture and coconut’s mild sweetness. Top it all off with some white rum, and you have the perfect drink to sip on a hot summer day. The ingredients need to be pureed, so mango coladas are the perfect excuse to dust off your blender. Each batch makes two servings.
Serious mango lovers can’t miss the mango passion cocktail. The drink incorporates two entire fresh mangos into the recipe. The mango passion cocktail isn’t a difficult drink to make. It doesn’t require much skill. However, it does require some time. Bartenders need to prepare the mango puree, which means peeling and chopping the fruit. From there, it’s just a matter of blending the mango chunks with mango, lime juice, and maple syrup. Sparkling white wine finishes each serving with a bright bubble burst. The recipe makes between six and eight drinks, making it the perfect choice for a summertime happy hour.
Spicy mango sake rum cocktail sounds a little like mixed drink mad libs. However, each component works beautifully in conjunction with the other, making a layered and effective sip. The drink hits almost all of your taste buds. Mango and lemon provide sweet and sour fruit notes. Chili water lends the cocktail some heat. This one calls for several ingredients, so check your cabinet before measuring your sake. You’ll need rum, sake, mango liqueur, lemon juice, Hawaiian chili water, mango juice, simple syrup, tiki bitters, hibiscus flowers, sea salt, coarse sugar, and Sichimi Togarachi seasoning. Despite the cumbersome ingredient list, crafting the salt rim is the hardest part of making this cocktail. From there, it’s simply throwing everything in a shaker and mixing the drink.
Do you ever miss the Hawaiian Punch we used to drink as kids? This Hawaiian Maui mango rum cocktail provides an adult spin on that childhood favorite. The drink is simple, sweet, and fruity. Be careful because this cocktail goes down easily. All you need to do to make two servings is combine white rum, simple syrup, fresh mango juice, pineapple juice, lime juice, and ice.
Mango and orange bring out the best in each other. The citrus fruit adds a pleasant acid bite to the mango's mild sweetness. The mango-orange blossom cocktail takes full advantage of the fruits’ complementary relationship. This recipe relies on flavored ice cubes. You can buy them premade, or if you’re feeling ambitious, you can make your own. Mix orange blossom pomegranate ice cubes with white rum, mango liqueur, and bitters. Stir in some sparkling water for festive bubbles and enjoy the bright tropical flavors.
You don’t need to wait for a volcano to erupt to enjoy the mango lava flow drink. The cocktail beautifully swirls mango and coconut puree. This simple recipe takes a bit more time than most drinks on this list. You need to refrigerate the purees to ensure you achieve the correct slushy consistency. The sweet, mild, tropical drink calls for fresh mango, pineapple juice, white rum, coconut cream, banana, pineapple juice, and ice cubes. These ingredients work together to create a bright and delicious sip packed full of tropical fruit flavor.
The empress fin cocktail lives up to its regal name. The striking drink resembles a sunset, layering beautiful shades of oranges and purples in each glass. Empress gin lends the drink its distinct color and a unique floral taste. Sparkling pink grapefruit juice provides a bitter citrus bubble burst. Mango juice finishes the recipe off with a mild fruit sweetness. Making the drink is simple. Just pour each ingredient slowly into a glass. Take your time, however, to ensure the ingredients don’t prematurely mix, ruining the visual effect.
Hosting a big summer party? Mix up a batch of this Port Royal punch for the thirsty masses! This simple recipe uses basic bar and kitchen ingredients and serves 25. Mix spiced rum, pineapple juice, mango juice, Sprite, grenadine, and orange slices in a big bowl. Give it a stir and watch your guests delight in this fruity, zingy drink.
Spice up your boring drink routine with this fun variation on one of America’s favorite drinks. The spicy mango margarita gets its heat from fresh jalapeno slices. While not a conventional cocktail ingredient, the pepper lends the drink a pleasant burn. The spicy mango margarita is a great drink for novice bartenders trying to impress their friends. It deviates from the traditional recipe but doesn’t require any special skills. Simply combine mango liqueur, Cointreau, lime juice, mango juice, simple syrup, and muddled jalapeno.
The mango coconut daiquiri is a frozen dessert in a glass. The cocktail captures the sweet, mild flavors of mango and coconut in every sip. Rich coconut whipped cream tops the drink off, making it a truly decadent delight. This recipe is slightly more elaborate than most since you need to make the coconut whipped cream as well as the daiquiri. Add fresh mango, sugar, lime juice, coconut rum, coconut cream, and heavy whipping cream to your shopping list!
The mango breeze is as cool and refreshing as the name implies. Mango vodka creates the drink’s fruity foundation. Cranberry juice lends the drink a tart bite. Orange juice sweetens the deal while also adding some citric acid. Mix these three ingredients and serve over ice for a perfect tropical sip.
The frozen pineapple mango daiquiri is basically a smoothie. Everyone knows smoothies are good for you, so drinking this cocktail is essentially a healthy decision. The daiquiri includes flavors from three fruits. Pineapple and mango offer a sunny sip of the tropics. Lime tempers their sweetness with a tart acidity. Blend rum, lime juice, pineapple cubes, mango chunks, and crushed ice into two delicious cocktails.
Smoky mezcal makes the mango mezcalero a bit more savory than other drinks on this list. The cocktail doesn’t abandon mango's sweetness entirely, however. While the recipe is relatively simple, you’ll need to make a spicy tincture in advance to get the correct flavor. This concoction takes 24 hours to fully infuse, so plan ahead. Once your tincture is complete, simply combine mezcal, lime juice, mango puree, agave nectar, and the spicy tincture. The heat from the tincture helps draw out the mango’s sweetness.
18 Mango Cocktail Recipes
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Total Time: 5 minutes
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