Plenty of juicy ripe mangoes, don’t miss this incredibly fruity mango Mojito recipe. The combination of mint, lime and mango is perfect for savoring and savoring throughout the summer.
Very similar to one classic mojito, this mango mojito is fruity, fresh and fabulous. Adding mango puree combined with fresh squeezed lime juice and vibrant mint could not be better.
Make a single cocktail or a whole jug to enjoy with friends. This Mango Mojito is the perfect sip to add to yours May Five Menu training and beyond.
I had a lot of fun working on this Mojito series to share with you. I’ve enjoyed every sip of all these fruity cocktails and I hope you enjoy them too.
For this mango mojito, I knew I needed a lot of ripe, juicy mango to turn it into a tropical-inspired cocktail. Mango is not usually my favorite fruit, but when used in this format it is incredibly good.
It’s easy to make, drink fun and full of flavors from your favorite warm and sunny destinations. Very similar to mine Mango Daisy and Coconut Mojito, this will transport you to the islands while you take it from your backyard at home.
Sweet summer joy, that’s what this cocktail serves! Come see how easy it is to make yours.
Why will you love this cocktail?
- Deliciously Fruit Forward
- Easy to take
- Easy to make one or a whole jar
- Vibrant color
- Mango puree – You can use fresh or frozen mango to make your puree, but I always tend to choose fresh to get the best flavor.
- Files – Fresh lime juice is always best, but you can make a shortcut with a bottle of lime juice if you have little time.
- Mint – Fresh mint leaves are a must for any good mojito.
- Sweetener – Shop bought or home simple syrup add a touch of sweet flavor to this cocktail. To make it from you, just equal parts of sugar and water dissolve in a saucepan over medium heat. You can also substitute white granulated sugar or sugar cubes if you prefer.
- White rum – White rum too, silver rum and light rum. You can learn more about best rum for mojitos here!
- Refreshing water Club soda or sparkling water adds a little bubble to this refreshing cocktail.
- Do Skinny – Replace dietary lime and lime soda with simple syrup and club soda to reduce calories.
- Make one Mojito Float – Add a mango ball or Lime sorbet (as my favorite Mango Daisy Float) for a refreshment and dessert for adults at the same time.
- Use Vodka, Gin, o Tequila – Although rum is the basis of a classic mojito, it’s always fun to experiment with different flavors.
- Shaker or Stirrer
How to Make a Mango Mojito in Five Easy Steps
- To create – Mango mango puree by making mango powder on the food processor or blender until completely soft. Aside.
- Mudle – Combine lime, mint and sugar or simple syrup in a shaker and mix to release juices and flavors.
- Filter – Strain over a glass of cocktail.
- To – Add mango puree, rum, ice and water with soda. Stir.
- Adorn – To serve, garnish with lime wedges, sliced mango and mint sprigs.
- Frame glasses – Pass a wedge of lime over the edge of the glass. To line the glass, dip the edge in a plate filled with white granulated sugar.
- Adorn – A slice of fresh mango and a sprig of mint to garnish makes this cocktail beautiful i very good!
- Food – A mango mojito would go well with Mexican-inspired favorites like Best beef tacos, Chicken enchiladas i Crazy Good Roast Meat.
- Use Fresh Mint i Fresh limes – So much difference in taste and fragrance.
- Ripe handles – They must be ripe! To get all this nectar juice out of a mango, you will want them to be perfectly softened and ready to purify them.
- Balance – Not all mojitos are the same, and it’s great! Experiment with the amount of mint, lime, fruit, rum and sweetener until the mojito is the perfect mix you.
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- Make one simple syrup forward, so you’re ready to go. You can store it in the fridge for up to a month. You can also use plain syrup or white granulated sugar bought in the store to save time.
- Make mango mojito on the pitcher (directions below) if serving to a crowd.
Frequently asked questions
It is pronounced falcada. The j is silent and pronounced as more than an H sound.
If you don’t have fresh mint, you can try basil, thyme or rosemary to give it a fresh, tasty touch. Still, a classic Cuban mojito is always made with mint.
How to Store Mojito Mojito
- Refrigerators – Simple mojitos syrup can last up to a month in the fridge. A jar of mango mojitos can last a few days in the fridge, but don’t leave lime skin in it for more than 24 hours or it can make the flavor bitter.
- Freeze – Freeze the ice trays overnight and then transfer them to an airtight container. When ready to use, drop several cubes into a glass and thaw them in the refrigerator. Instant Mango Mojito Note that the flavor may be slightly altered.
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How to make a pitcher (for 8 people)
- 4 cups mango puree
- 1 cup mint leaves, lightly packaged (reserve several to garnish)
- 4 files, divided into wedges
- 4 cups ice
- 1 cup single syrup
- 1½ cups of white rum
- 4 cups club soda or sparkling water
Make a frozen mango Mojito
- Mudle – Mudle lime and mint.
- Puree – Mix the frozen mango or mango puree and ice in the food processor.
- Combine – Add rum, syrup or simple sugar, club soda and mango / ice puree.
- Add gel – If you want it looser, mix more ice and add.
- Adorn – Garnish with a wedge of lime or mango and a sprig of mint.
For a fruity cocktail full of juicy mango, don’t miss out on this amazing Mango Mojito. It is the best combination of mint, lime and mango for a mojito that everyone will want to drink and savor.
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Create: mango puree by pressing mango on the food processor or blender until completely soft. Aside.
Muddle: combines limes, mint and sugar or simple syrup in a shaker and mix to release juices and flavors.
Strainer – Strain over a glass of cocktail.
Pour – Add mango puree, rum, ice and water with soda. Stir.
Garnish: To serve, garnish with lime wedges, mango slices and mint sprigs.
- Make it skinny – Replace dietary lime and lime soda with simple syrup and club soda to reduce calories.
- Make a Mojito float – The taste of a mojito combined with lime sorbet or mango or ice cream.
- Use vodka, gin or tequila – While rum is the basis of a classic mojito, it’s always fun to experiment.
Calories:266kcalCarbohydrates:45gProtein:1gFats:1gSaturated fat:1gSodium:50mgPotassium:204mgFiber:2gSugar:41gVitamin A:931IUVitamin C:40mgKicks:32mgIron:2mg