Mango Mojito

This tropical Mango Mojito is bright and refreshing, perfect for a hot summer day! Whether you’re sitting poolside or enjoying taco Tuesday, this delicious cocktail will pair wonderfully with your plans!

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Mango Mojito Recipe

I think mojitos have to be one of the most refreshing cocktails ever, and this minty beverage combined with the perfect mango mixture is just incredible. Pair it with fresh chips and guac or serve it with your favorite tacos!

This tropical mango mojito is bright and fruity, transporting you to an infinity pool over a sun-kissed ocean somewhere. It’s got just the right amount of sweetness that is paired with the tart bite of fresh lime juice.

A classic mojito never gets old, so adding a twist to it is always a blast. I’m a sucker for a fresh strawberry mojito, but this mango mojito may be edging it out for the first place spot!

If you’re looking for a great pool-side summer cocktail, this mango mojito fits the bill. Kick back, relax, and sip this fizzy tropical drink while enjoying the summer sun!

More mojito recipes: Lemon-Lime MojitosRed, White and Blue MojitoApple Pie Mojito

Why you’ll love this recipe

This simple recipe is so easy to love! With just a few ingredients and simple steps, you can become a pro in your own home bar:

  • There are only very basic cocktail ingredients used in this recipe! If you make drinks often, you’ll likely have everything you need on hand already.
  • The mint and mango make this drink incredibly refreshing — a great way to cool off on a warm summer day.
  • You can easily make quite a few of these drinks really quickly. The prep time required is only 10 minutes!

Tools & glassware 

To make this beverage, you’ll need a few different tools. Make sure that you have a muddler and a cocktail shaker to mix the ingredients together. You also need a jigger to measure out the rum.

You’ll need a sharp knife and cutting board to slice the limes and dice up the mango. And make sure you’ve got highball glasses to serve the finished product in!

Ingredients for a Tropical Mango Mojito cocktail made with mango and mint.


Make a delicious mango mojito only needs a few basic ingredients. Here’s a list of everything the recipe requires:

  • fresh mint leaves
  • diced mango
  • lime juice
  • simple syrup
  • silver rum
  • club soda

Substitutions & variations

Feel free to change up the type of rum that you use. You can check out my rum 101 post for everything you need to know about choosing a good rum.

While a regular simple syrup is all you need in this drink, you can make it extra minty by using mint simple syrup instead!

You can use mango nectar or mango puree in place of diced mango if you prefer. Keep in mind that this could change the flavor of the beverage, so you may need adjust the levels used.

How to make a Mango Mojito

Follow these steps to make this simple and refreshing summer cocktail:

Begin by removing the mint leaves from the stems and then clap them between your hands to release the flavorful and minty oils.

In a cocktail shaker, muddle mint, mango chunks, lime juice, and simple syrup. Then add ice and rum to the cocktail shaker and shake vigorously for about 15 seconds.

Strain the beverage into a highball glass that is filled with ice.

Then top with club soda and garnish with a lime wedge and mint leaves. Serve immediately!

Tips & tricks

Check out these basic tips and tricks so that you can have the perfect mango mojito:

  • For the best flavor, use fresh lime juice instead of bottled lime juice. You can also just use lime wedges since you will muddle all of the ingredients together.
  • I recommend using fresh mango instead of frozen. If you only have frozen, then allow it to thaw before muddling it with the other ingredients.
  • Don’t serve the mango mojito until you’re ready to drink it, otherwise the ice could melt and water down the drink. This is especially important on a hot day!

What to serve with a Mango Mojito

Serve this citrusy twist on a classic mojito with any of your favorite appetizers and snacks. Shishito peppers with garlic aioli are always a good dish to pair with this cocktail! Some air fryer mozzarella sticks or queso fundido would be great too.

This would also be so yummy when you plan to have fish tacos for dinner! Serve it up as a quick game-day cocktail when you make air fryer chicken wings too.


What alcohol is in a mojito?

Mojitos are most commonly made with white rum. Since this beverage originated in
Cuba, using Cuban rum can give you an even more authentic final product!

What is a classic mojito made of?

Classic mojitos are made of simply lime juice, mint, simple syrup, rum and club soda. This is why it is so easy to customize since these basic ingredients pair well with so many different flavors!

More mango recipes

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Mango Mojito

Yield: 1 cocktail
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Cook Time: 0 minutes
Total Time: 10 minutes
Cool off with a tropical mango mojito this summer! A mix of fresh fresh mango, lime, mint, sugar and rum make for a cocktail fit for even beginner-level mixologists.
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  • 8-10 leaves fresh mint washed (plus more for garnish)
  • 1 mango diced into 1-inch pieces
  • 1 ounce lime juice or a lime cut into 4 wedges
  • 1 ounce simple syrup
  • 1 ½ ounces silver rum
  • ½ ounce club soda


  • Remove the mint leaves from the stems. Clap them between your hands to release the flavorful oils.
  • In a cocktail shaker, muddle mint, 4-6 mango chunks, 3 lime wedges (or lime juice) and simple syrup.
  • Add ice and add rum to the cocktail shaker. Shake vigorously for about 15 seconds.
  • Strain into a highball glass filled with ice. Top with club soda. Garnish with fourth lime wedge and mint leaves.

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nutrition information

Yield: 1 cocktail

amount per serving:

Serving: 1oz Calories: 306kcal Carbohydrates: 54g Protein: 2g Fat: 1g Saturated Fat: 0.2g Polyunsaturated Fat: 0.2g Monounsaturated Fat: 0.3g Sodium: 23mg Potassium: 402mg Fiber: 3g Sugar: 50g Vitamin A: 2271IU Vitamin C: 84mg Calcium: 32mg Iron: 1mg
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