This mango mimosa drink tastes like a summer breeze and feels like a vacation. Furthermore, do not ask me what a summer breeze taste like. It sounded good when I was typing it while I brag about this mango alcohol drink.
Mango Alcohol Drink Year
In all my years of drinking, I do not remember the year that was the best for me, drinking-wise.
What I mean by that is a year when I came across the best drinks of my life. If I had to guess, that year would be a time when I was in college.
The nights were long, the parties were exhilarating, and hangovers were not an issue. More important than all those things, I discovered mango juice.
In light of my discovery, I learned that mangoes as chasers are phenomenal! Even now, I still enjoy making an incredible mango alcohol drink.
What makes mangoes even more impressive is that they go great with other fruits. For instance, I combined mangoes with strawberries and made a tasty strawberry mango margarita that was delicious.
Can We Talk About Mimosa?
I know I am all over the place right now. First I went back on memory lane with mangoes, now I am talking about mimosa. Talk about range, am I right?
I love to brunch as much as the next person, but mimosas with just orange juice can get stale when that is the only mimosas you are drinking.
Plus, it can be a challenge to find a brunch spot that serves mimosas that are not weak. Thankfully, I created a mimosa recipe that will get you right.
By the way, this is the best orange juice mimosa I ever had.
The Tropical Mango Mimosa Drink Is Now Created
You may be wondering how do mangoes and mimosas relate to each other. That is where the tropical mango mimosa drink recipe comes in.
This mango alcohol drink is one like no other. Mangoes blended to perfection with a hint of orange that comes from the triple sec.
Pour that mixture over ice, then top it off with some champagne and watch the bubbles dance majestically. When the champagne foam starts to disappear, all you have left is liquid gold full of that delicious mango flavor.
If the drink is not strong enough for you, then add some white rum to really kick this mango alcohol drink up a notch.
Truth be told, this mango alcohol drink recipe was created on a night of “winging it”. Find ingredients in your home, put it together, and see what happens next.
The drinks could have come out good or bad that night, but I figured I can’t go wrong with mangoes and champagne. Thus, the tropical mango mimosa drink was created.
Is Mangoes A Tropical Fruit?
Yes, mangoes are a tropical fruit. In fact, mangoes are quite popular among the tropical fruits out there. After I made and tasted my tropical mango mimosa drink, I can see why mangoes are so popular.
As I previously stated before, I discovered mango juice, and it changed my life. For the better or the worse can depend on your perspective, but mango juice is delicious nonetheless.
Especially, when it is used to make a mango alcohol drink.
What Is The Most Popular Tropical Fruit?
Based on my research, I discovered that mangoes are the most popular tropical fruit. After that are pineapples, papayas, and avocados.
Let me be transparent, I Googled what is the most popular tropical fruit and that’s the answer I received. Do whatever you want with that information.
There may be other articles and studies showing that mangoes are not the most popular tropical fruit on the planet.
That is the internet for you.
What Flavor Is Tropical Mango?
How can I describe the flavor of a mango? If a delicious orange and a pineapple did the fusion dance, then bathed in sweet nectar, they will emerge as a mango.
If you are struggling to find some good drinks, then find seven mangoes and wish for a better drink.
Blending Mangoes Versus Using Mango Juice
Both blending mangoes and using mango juice have their advantages. Personally, the drinks taste better when you use real fruits.
On the contrary, it is more of a hassle to make drinks using real fruits if you have to blend, cut or dice the fruit. This is the advantage that mango juice has over real mangoes.
You do not have to blend anything with the mango juice. Just pour your ingredients into a cup and go about your day.
To get the most out of your mango alcohol drink, you can stir the drink up or use a mixer cup, but even doing that is more convenient than using a blender or cutting/dicing the fruit.
Will The Tropical Mango Mimosa Drink Get You Drunk?
Be careful, this drink will sneak up on you and have you drunk before you know it. If the drink is not strong enough for you, then add white rum.
Best Brunch Cocktail Ingredient?
If you guess champagne is the best brunch cocktail ingredient, then you are correct! When you think of brunch cocktails, you immediately think of mimosas.
The thing about mimosas is that you need champagne to make them. Without champagne, you are drinking a regular cocktail.
You may think orange juice is important, but it is not needed. My tropical mango mimosa drink recipe does not even use orange juice, and it came out lovely.
Making The Tropical Mango Mimosa Drink Recipe
Serving Size: 2
- 3 oz Frozen Mango Chunks (Blend)
- 4 oz Triple Sec
- 6 oz Champagne
- 2 0z White Rum (Optional)
- Stainless Steel Beverage Stirrers 7.5 Inch
- Cylindrical Champagne Glasses
Blending The Ingredients
Put all ingredients, except for the champagne, in the blender and blend the ingredients. If you want a stronger drink, then add the white rum.
Fixing This Mango Alcohol Drink
Pour blended mixture in your cup/glass. If you want ice, then add that to your glass before you pour in the blended mixture.
Add the champagne, then you are good to drink.
Mangoes For Brunch?
I have been and seen so many brunches, yet I do not see mango in any of these gatherings. This tropical mango mimosa drink will change that.
Before you know it, you will be seeing mangoes as the centerfold of the brunch table and mango mimosas in everybody’s hand.
Tropical Mango Mimosa Drink
Supplies and Equipment
- 3 Oz Mangoes Frozen Chunks
- 4 Oz Triple Sec
- 6 Oz Champagne
- 2 Oz White Rum Optional
Making The Tropical Mango Mimosa Drink
- Put all ingredients, except for the champagne, in the blender and blend the ingredients. If you want a stronger drink, then add the white rum.
- Pour blended mixture in your cup/glass. If you want ice, then add that to your glass before you pour in the blended mixture.
- Add the champagne, then you are good to drink.