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Mango Mojito

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Fresh and easy, this refreshing mango mojito is a summer favorite and the perfect drink to enjoy.
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  1. Mango Mojito Ingredients
  2. How To Make This Mango Mojito Recipe
  3. How To Serve
  4. Storage
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This mango mojito is a fun, tropical twist on a classic cocktail that is the perfect summer drink to enjoy. This refreshing and yummy recipe is fresh and simple to make and you’ll feel like you’re sitting at the beach on a warm day.

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Mango Mojito Ingredients

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You’ll need:

  • 8 fresh mint leaves, plus more for garnish
  • ​​1½ ounces of gin
  • ​​1 ounce of simple syrup
  • ​​1 ounce of mango juice
  • ​​6-8 frozen mango chunks
  • ​​Ice cubes

PRO TIP:

If you can’t find frozen mango chunks in your local grocery stores, you can pick up fresh ripe mangos and cut them up yourself into chunks. Store them in the freezer so you can enjoy this amazing drink all year long.

SUBSTITUTIONS AND ADDITIONS

MIX-INS: Since this easy favorite is homemade, you can also experiment with other mix-ins. I have friends who like their mojitos spicy and served with basil.

FRUIT: You could also blend in pineapple, coconut, or peach along with or instead of the mango.

JUICE: Just like adding other frozen fruit to your delicious drink, you can also either completely replace or mix together different juice flavors. Try pineapple juice or passion fruit juice for a couple of options.

ALCOHOL: A traditional mojito uses white rum for the alcohol. If you prefer that to gin in this classic drink, you are welcome to substitute it.

NON-ALCOHOLIC: You could easily make this a virgin mojito by leaving out the gin from this recipe.

SODA: A classic mojito uses club soda for a bit of fizz in the drink. If you prefer your mango mojito a bit fizzy, then you can certainly add club soda or soda water as well.

MANGO JUICE: If you have an abundance of mangos, instead of using store-bought mango juice, you could use fresh mango puree. Just blend it up in the blender or food processor until it is smooth.

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How To Make This Mango Mojito Recipe

OUR RECIPE DEVELOPER SAYS

You can easily double or half this recipe according to how many people you are serving.

STEP ONE: Place mint leaves in the bottom of a cocktail shaker. Gently muddle to release the flavor.

PRO TIP:

Muddling is a technique where you gently mash herbs or fruit to release their juices. This helps the flavors to bind with the alcohol better than simply using them whole. You can use a cocktail muddler or a wooden spoon to make the muddled mint.

mint leaves placed in the bottom of the shaker

​​STEP TWO: Pour gin, simple syrup, and mango into the shaker.

gin, simple syrup, and mango juice mixed in a shaker

STEP THREE: Top with ice cubes and shake well.

STEP FOUR: Place frozen mango chunks in the bottom of the glass.

STEP FIVE: Pour the drink from the shaker over the frozen mango chunks and garnish the rim of the glass with a sprig of mint and a slice of mango or lime wedge.

drink poured over mango chunks in a glass

STEP SIX: Serve immediately!

How To Serve

You could also serve this refreshing drink frozen as well — just combine the ingredients and blend before serving. It will make a beautiful puree. After it’s blended, pour into glasses and top with mint. It is the perfect way to enjoy this drink on a hot day.

If you are serving this drink to a crowd, add a few yummy appetizers on the side. Try our seven layer dip and sausage bites.

For more easy recipes for delicious cocktails, try our screwdriver cocktail and wine slushies.

Storage

IN THE FRIDGE: This refreshing cocktail is best served immediately and will not keep in the fridge. You can, however, make a batch of the simple sugar syrup and it will keep in the fridge for several weeks.

IN THE FREEZER: We don’t recommend freezing this cocktail. It is best made fresh.

A bowl of fruit on a plate, with Mojito and Mango

A mojito is a popular option for summertime and one of my favorite drinks, thanks to its combination of sweetness, citrus, and the flavor of the mint. It’s very refreshing and so tasty! I’m confident you’ll think this delicious mango mojito is the best. I hope you enjoy it soon!

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Is mango juice the same as mango nectar?

Mango nectar is similar to mango juice but tends to have additives, unlike pure fruit juice. It also has a thicker consistency than juice.

What does muddle mean?

Muddling is a technique used in drinks to gently mash herbs or fruit to release their juices. This helps the flavors to bind with the alcohol better than simply using them whole.

What type of glass is the best choice for this type of cocktail?

Generally, mojitos are served in a tall glass that looks like a long Collins glass. Ultimately though, any cute glass, tall or short will work for this yummy drink.

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Mango Mojito

5 from 3 votes
Fresh and easy, this refreshing mango mojito is a summer favorite and the perfect drink to enjoy.
Prep Time 5 minutes
Total Time 5 minutes
Servings 2

Ingredients
  

  • 8 mint leaves, plus more for garnish
  • ounces gin
  • 1 ounce simple syrup
  • 1 ounce mango juice
  • 6 to 8 frozen mango chunks
  • Ice

Instructions
 

  • Place mint leaves in the bottom of a shaker. Gently muddle to release the flavor.
  • Pour gin, simple syrup, and mango into the shaker.
  • Top with ice cubes.
  • Shake well.
  • Place frozen mango chunks in the bottom of your glass.
  • Pour drink from the shaker over frozen mango chunks and garnish with mint.
  • Serve immediately!

Notes

  • If you can’t find frozen mango chunks in your local grocery stores, you can pick up fresh ripe mangos and cut them up yourself into chunks, and store them in the freezer so you can enjoy this amazing drink all year long.
  • You can easily double or half this recipe according to how many people you are serving.
  • Muddling is a technique to gently mash herbs or fruit to release their juices. This helps the flavors to bind with the alcohol better than simply using them whole. You can use a cocktail muddler or a wooden spoon to make the muddled mint.

Nutrition

Sodium: 19mg | Calcium: 84mg | Vitamin C: 229mg | Vitamin A: 6889IU | Sugar: 97g | Fiber: 11g | Potassium: 1178mg | Calories: 437kcal | Monounsaturated Fat: 1g | Polyunsaturated Fat: 1g | Saturated Fat: 1g | Fat: 3g | Protein: 6g | Carbohydrates: 109g | Iron: 2mg
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