Delicious Mango Daiquiri made in the Thermomix

by Mama Loves A Drink

This has to be one of our all-time favourite delightfully sweet cocktail treats to come out of the Thermomix. Perfect for a summer’s day or when you are looking for something sweet and fun, mango makes a fabulous twist on the classic daiquiri. We love to really play up the citrus flavours and make it icy, but still sippable without a straw.

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A cocktail glass of mango daiquiri - how to make a thermomix mango daiquiri

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Tools you will need for making a Thermomix mango daiquiri

  • A Thermomix (of course!)
  • Mango cutting tool (or a sharp knife and chopping board)
  • Citrus juicer
  • Chilled serving glasses

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

Thermomix Mango Daiquiri

A glass of mango daiquiri with mango garnish against a tropical pool

This luscious daiquiri recipe makes the perfect tropical treat. You can play with the sweetness and the slushiness for a consistency you love. Fresh mango works best but being a highly seasonal fruit you may need to rely on frozen mango (thawed out) to enjoy this tropical delight year-round.

Being a Thermomix recipe, all our ingredients are in weight rather than mls/oz, though you can easily adapt this recipe to make in your standard blender.

Prep Time 10 minutes
Total Time 10 minutes


  • 500g fresh mango or frozen mango
  • 400g ice cubes
  • 40g raw sugar
  • 60g white rum (or coconut rum)
  • 60g Cointreau
  • 15g lemon juice
  • 15g lime juice


  1. Add sugar to your mixing bowl 10 seconds / speed 9
  2. Add mango and ice 20 seconds / speed 9
  3. Add remaining liquid ingredients 10 seconds / speed 9
  4. Pour into chilled glasses (frosted edge if you wish) and serve immediately


This makes a wonderfully smooth, fruity daiquiri. If you prefer your daiquiri with a more slushie consistency, you'll need to increase the quantity of ice.

We find there is plenty of sweetness already in mango so you should adjust the total amount of sugar to taste, it can be a bit sickly sweet if you go overboard so perhaps taste a chunk of mango first. You can always start with 30g sugar and do a quick taste test before adding the liquid ingredients.

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You can find our complete collection of daiquiri recipes here and our complete collection of Thermomix recipes here.

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