Mango Mojitos are a refreshing remix of the classic mojito cocktail. They're made with sweet mango nectar, fresh mint leaves, limes, white rum, and a little honey.
Everyone will love this fruity, tropical cocktail that's ready in just five minutes!
Maybe it's the warm weather but lately, I have been craving mangos! The weather has been so hot here in DC, I just want to sip on these mango mojitos all day.
Mangoes have always been my favorite fruit so this fruity mojito cocktail is bringing all of the mango flavor and these mango mojitos are the ultimate summer cocktail!
Imagine sipping on this mojito on a hot summer day while lounging by a pool. This easy Mango Mojito recipe tastes like it took lots of effort but making it is a breeze.
If you are hosting an event, serve your guests from a pitcher because this is sure to be a crowd-pleaser!
Mojitos originated in Havana, Cuba in the 1930s. This classic drink is made with flavors commonly found in Cuba including fresh mint, lime, and sugar.
The fresh mint leaves and lime wedges are muddled at the bottom of the glass or cocktail shaker then shaken with simple syrup and white rum and topped off with club soda.
The flavor is a perfect balance of sweet and tart with a nice fizz from the soda for a refreshing cocktail.
Make this delicious Mango Mojito with:
To make this fruity mojito recipe, you'll need a cocktail shaker, a muddler, a jigger, and a highball glass. A highball glass isn't mandatory, you can also use your favorite serving glass or a cocktail glass.
If you'd like to turn this cocktail into a slushy, use about 1 cup of frozen mango chunks and blend in a food processor with the remainder of the ingredients listed in the recipe card!
These mojitos are perfeect on their own, however, if you'd like to enjoy them with something good to eat - look no further than these Jamaican Jerk Burgers with Caramelized Pineapples or enjoy as a refreshing cocktail with this Cajun Seafood Boil as a suggestions with a few main dishes.
These would also be delicious with my coconut shrimp! The coconut shrimp with the mango flavors go SO well together!
If you want to switch up the flavor profile, you can swap out rum for another light liquor. I would suggest a mango mojito with vodka or tequila.
Yes! If you want a Mango Mojito mocktail, simply omit the liquor and double up on the club soda. Alternatively, you can use 3 oz of soda and 5 oz of mango nectar. Enjoy your virgin mojito!
While I love this mango version, there are lots of fruity flavors that would be tasty in a mojito. I suggest trying blackberry, blueberry, strawberry, and coconut next!
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