Find some refreshing mango cocktails in this list, from mojitos to margaritas.
Mangoes aren’t just for desserts; they’re great as a cocktail ingredient, too!
One look at a mango and your mouth will surely water and crave it.
It’s hard to resist the taste of ripe mango, especially when it’s hot outside and you want a refreshing treat.
It’s not the King of Fruits for nothing, after all!
This vibrant fruit is popular and cherished, so it’s not surprising that it’s also a great ingredient for a drink!
Imagine turning mango into revitalizing and delicious mango cocktails that you can enjoy not only by yourself but also with your family and friends.
There is just something irresistible about drinking mango with some alcohol.
You might be surprised at how many different cocktail variations there are that incorporate mango.
Whether you want to stay with the classics or you want to go all-out with your drink, there’s surely something that mango can do for you.
The Mango Mojito and Tequila Sunrise are classic drinks that should definitely be on top of your must-try list.
However, it’s #17 that really puts an unbelievable kind of twist on a well-loved cocktail.
All of these recipes are sure to leave you asking for more, so don’t even think about skipping them.
1. Mango Mojito
Welcome all the tropical feel with this classic Mango Mojito.
Mojito is a common cocktail, so it’s definitely something that almost anyone has heard about.
Simply putting a mango twist in it can make the mojito so much better.
The sweetness of the mango definitely comes together beautifully with the minty notes of the mojito.
If your taste buds desire some adventure, then go for this flawless blend of spicy, smoky, sweet, and salty!
All the flavors might seem too much, but one sip and you will realize just how well they all blend together.
Pro tip: Tajin can be a hard-to-find ingredient, so if you don’t have any on hand, you can simply mix chili powder and salt.
This cocktail is a truly tropical cocktail that can transport you to the beach side even if you’re at home by yourself.
The mango, orange, and coconut make a great tropical blend, which is tasty and unbelievably energizing.
What’s even better is that this cocktail recipe has a sophisticated presentation!
If you don’t normally indulge yourself with sangria, this is your chance to do so.
It’s easy to be addicted to this peach-mango blend because these flavors are the perfect pair, like salt and pepper.
This sangria is also extremely easy to make, so it’s not easy to go wrong with this one.
Mango cocktails make amazing summer cocktails, which is one example of how much a mango cocktail can satisfy your summer cravings.
This daiquiri is made from all-natural and fresh ingredients.
And when a cocktail is made from fresh ingredients, it tastes so much better.
You should expect nothing less from this frozen daiquiri.
Sweet flavors can be made more appealing when there’s a certain kick to them.
Take mango, and add cayenne pepper, and you have a curious but successful blend of flavors that work well incorporated into a margarita.
Weekends are better when you have a mimosa to accompany you.
However, mimosas are better when they’re infused with orange and mango!
This Orange Mango Mimosa is a well-deserved and delightful treat.
Rum, mango juice, and sparkling water are all you need to create this masterpiece.
It’s like a heaven-sent cocktail that you can drink when you feel like you can’t take the heat any longer.
It’s the kind of drink that can make you feel icy cool with one sip.
When a margarita is frozen and has mango, it feels more like a dessert than a drink at cocktail hour.
However, this frozen mango margarita strikes the perfect balance of drink and dessert.
It’s the kind that you can drink on its own, but it’s still as delicious when you pair it with a meal.
If you want your mango cocktail to be creamy, then go for this Mango Wine Slushie.
Amazingly, you add everything to the blender and will be graced with an enlivening and inviting cocktail.
Pro tip: This cocktail will not turn out as well as it is if you use unfrozen mango, so be sure to get frozen mangoes.
Simply looking at the name of this cocktail already shows you that it’s the kind of cocktail that will transport you to Hawaii!
Bring the hula to you with this straightforward recipe.
All ingredients are easy to find and truly bring out the tropical atmosphere.
Bellinis are so easy to love because they are so simple that they’re already something that you don’t have to think too much about when making.
Incorporate mango sorbet into the mix, and it’s just wonderful and unbelievable.
Hard to believe that you can taste something this delicious with very little effort!
You don’t have to go on the Carnival Cruise to know how amazing this drink is.
Sometimes, you need a frosty cocktail to keep your spirits up, and this drink does the job.
This cocktail is easy to make, but it looks like it’s served in high-end bars and restaurants.
Yes, you can achieve that with only a few ingredients and steps.
You’ve heard of Mango Tango; now get ready for Banana Mango Tango.
When it comes to drinks, bananas and mangoes go together very well, so it’s no surprise that this cocktail is tasty and glorious.
Although this is a great summer drink, it doesn’t have to be summer for you to whip it up!
The strong gin flavor is amazing, paired with the strong sweetness of mango.
They somehow even out with each other, which happens beautifully in this cocktail.
Pro tip: Because of the ingredients in the drink, the sour or tart taste can be a little overpowering.
However, you can remedy that by adding more mango juice.
You don’t always see mango being mixed with blackberry, but this cocktail recipe shows just how surprisingly well they go together.
The sweetness doesn’t overpower any other flavors, and the alcohol itself doesn’t come off too strong.
This cocktail requires more effort than most easy cocktails, but it’s all worth it with how great they come out.
The creamy sweetness of the mango is the star of this drink, but it’s the chilies and mezcal that complete the cocktail.
Pro tip: You can use store-bought mango nectar, but the mango puree will taste more remarkable.
18. Tequila Sunrise
Ah, Tequila Sunrise!
It’s a classic, and it now has a mango twist.
This recipe seems a little more complicated than your usual tequila sunrise, but it’s double the flavor!
You will be satisfied with how the mango plays into this classic drink.
If you’re looking for a beautiful two-toned cocktail, this one is for you.
The attractive and appealing colors of the cranberry and mango are enough to get your attention, but it’s the taste of this cocktail that will leave you wanting more.
Pro tip: For the layered effect, pour the cranberry juice slowly.
The look of this cocktail is enough to make you want to go to the Caribbean to immerse yourself.
However, you only have to drink it to be transported there (metaphorically, of course)!
The beauty of this drink comes from the garnishes, but the deliciousness comes from all of the juices coming together flawlessly.
21. Mango Lava Flow
Lava Flow is a cocktail that originated in Hawaii, so it’s no surprise that you can easily incorporate mango into this.
The drink has two blended bases which do not come together but instead complement each other to give the “lava flow” effect.
It looks beautiful with the bright color of the mango and the light white of the coconut.
Pro tip: This cocktail will taste the best if you use ripe mangoes.
Sometimes, the sweetness can be greatly appreciated when you’re also getting a little tipsy with each sip.
This cocktail is equal parts sweet and boozy.
The lime juice helps add a layer of flavor to this cocktail that makes the drink more complex and appealing.
If you like piña coladas (we hope you sang that part), then you will love this mango-infused version.
This cocktail can get you through the heat of the summer.
Whip out your blender because it will be your best friend once you taste this flavorsome cocktail.
Honey, mango, and strawberry—all in a margarita?
At first, it might seem like too much is happening, but somehow, this cocktail manages to contain all the flavors and bring them together to become something where not one flavor is overpowering.
Expect this drink to be fruity but still in that place where you can taste the liquor (so you will get an idea of how much you’ve already drunk!).
Aperol spritz is a classic cocktail, and although making it “frozen” seems like going against what it is, you will be delighted to know that this cocktail just makes sense.
The frozen appeal adds to the revitalizing nature of the cocktail, so this drink is perfect for hot summer days, but it shouldn’t stop you from drinking it late at night when it’s cold.
Pro tip: Don’t cheat on using frozen mango because otherwise, the drink will not come out thick.
The bottom line
These 25 mango cocktails are sure to give you a burst of fresh power with every drink.
It doesn’t matter how you want to drink your mango–frozen or fresh–they’re all sweetly tasty and irresistible.
So once it’s mango season, you should get as much mango as you can and turn them into these remarkable and appealing drinks that both you and your guests will enjoy.
- Mango Mojito
- Spicy Mango Jalapeño Margarita
- Mango Tango Cocktail
- Peach Mango Sangria
- Mango Daiquiri
- Spicy Mango Mezcal Margarita
- Orange Mango Mimosas
- Mango Rum Spritzer
- Frozen Mango Margarita
- Mango Wine Slushie
- Hawaiian Maui Mango Rum
- Mango Sorbet Bellini
- Carnival Kiss On The Lips
- Banana Mango Tango
- Mango Gin Collins
- Mango Blackberry Vodka
- Smoky Mango Margaritas
- Tequila Sunrise
- Cranberry & Mango Lemonade Vodka
- Pineapple Mango Rum Punch
- Mango Lava Flow
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