Luscious Tropical Mango Daiquiri Recipe

by Mama Loves A Drink

Nothing screams luscious tropical cocktail more than an icy mango daiquiri. Whilst fresh is always best in our opinion for the sweetest, fruitiest daiquiris, mangos are highly seasonal so frozen mango from the freezer aisle of your supermarket will more than suffice for this frozen delight.

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A tall martini glass filled with frozen mango daiquiri

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Tools you will need for making a mango daquiri

  • Blender
  • Sharp chopping knife and chopping board or a mango cutter
  • Citrus juicer
  • Jigger
  • Chilled martini glasses, or glass of your choice

Find all our favourite tools for your home cocktail bar here.

Yield: 4 serves

Mango Daiquiri

A heaped glass of frozen mango daiquiri

A luscious tropical treat, mango daiquiri is a naturally super sweet rum-based cocktail. The alcohol is very subtle with the fruit flavours taking dominance, so just careful how many you have, and hold the sugar until you've tasted how sweet the mango is on its own.

Prep Time 5 minutes
Total Time 5 minutes


  • 1 large ripe mango, skin removed and cut into squares
  • 2 fresh limes, juiced
  • 120ml white rum
  • 2 tablespoons sugar syrup
  • 1 cup crushed ice
  • Garnish (optional) Lime slice, finely diced mango chunks, mint sprig


  1. Place all items into the blender, in order listed above
  2. Blast in the blender at high speed until the consistency is smooth
  3. Fill your chilled cocktail glasses and garnish as desired


There are plenty of ways you can play with this recipe to suit personal tastes.

We have instructions for making your own sugar syrup here, however, we know that if time is short or you're not regular cocktail makers you may not have a batch brewed up. Try adding one tablespoon of caster sugar directly to the mango and lime juice and blend this FIRST before adding the ice. Taste test this to make sure it's not too grainy and sweetness is right before blending in the ice.

If you prefer your frozen daiquiri with a fluffier, more frozen slushies appearance, add more ice (but don't go overboard or you'll start to lose flavour). For the luscious-looking stacked glass you see here, will only get 2-3 serves from one mango. Assuming your blender is large enough you'll need to up the quantities when catering to a crowd.

The colour of your mango daiquiri can vary greatly depending on the type of mango you use and quantity of ice. For a really fun extra touch, you can even through some hulled strawberries in with the mango and make it a Strawberry & Mango Daiquiri with a brilliant sunset orange finish.

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