Mango Tango Cocktail Recipe – Boat Drinks

Mango Tango Drink Recipe

I have little black book with the recipes to some amazing cocktails, but I know there is a bar full of other drinks that I know nothing about.  A great source of original island cocktails is on the island themselves, via the crazy creative island resort bartenders.

I asked Secrets Resorts to share the recipe for their famous Mango Tango blended cocktail so that you beach bums can try it at home.  Always a crowd pleaser, the Mango Tango is a combination of Strawberry Daiquiri and Mango Daiquiri. Secrets Resorts have world class accommodations in the Riveria Maya, Dominican Republic and Jamaica, so they know a thing or two about kicking back with a refreshing drink.

Mango Tango Cocktail Recipe

Mango Daiquiri (makes 2)

  • 3 ounces dark rum
  • 1 1/2 cups mangoes, cubed
  • 3 tablespoons fresh lime juice
  • 1 ounce triple sec
  • 4 teaspoons sugar
  • 2 cups ice cubes

- Blend in a blender until smooth. Pour 1/4 of drink mixture into a glass.

Strawberry Daiquiri (makes 2)

  • 1 ounce light rum
  • 1 ounce strawberry schnapps
  • 1 ounce fresh lime juice
  • dash grenadine
  • dash orange juice
  • 2 cups ice cubes

- Blend in a blender until smooth. Pour 1/4 of drink mixture on top of Mango Daquiri mixture.

How good does this bad boy sound? Let me know if you’ve had the pleasure of this mood enhancer.

(Photo by RumTherapy.com)

Cheers,
RumShopRyan

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Comments

  1. That drink looks like a work of art, and as any foodie and drink lover knows,
    the appetite begins with the eyes!

  2. Hi!
    Am featuring your mango recipe on my blog today – and giving your kudos!

    Thanks-
    Caron

  3. Thanks Caron! Cheers!

  4. Sara van der Hoeven says:

    This drink looks awesome I’ll give it a whirl on Party Island this year!!Thanks

  5. Cocktail Girl says:

    Tried this cocktail at the Valentin Imperial Maya, Mexico while at a family wedding and loved it! My mom (who doesn’t typically drink alcohol) actually liked it and I’m thrilled you have the recipe, so I can bring back the Mexican memory on Mother’s day tomorrow. Thanks for bringing this one home “Rum Shop Ryan” – keep ‘em coming and enjoy your future cocktail adventures (I know I will) :)

  6. My pleasure Cocktail Girl! Cheers!

  7. Do I need to use Cruzan mango rum for this or the dark rum? The picture shows mango rum but the recipe shows a regular rum. Wasn’t sure what to use? I have been looking for a recipe for this for a while ever since i returned from cancun. Thanks for sharing

  8. Thanks for the comment Hari. It should be a dark rum. You don’t have to use Cruzan, it’s one of my main go to rum for mixing though. Some recipes I’ve seen add a little Mango Rum to it and some use the mango fruit chunks. That’s what I prefer. The drink already has 4oz. of rum so the Mango Rum is a bit over kill. Looks good in the photo though! Hope this helps. Cheers!

  9. I drank a LOT of these while at Secrets Marquis Cabo san Lucas. It tasted like I had died and gone to heaven!

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