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It’s Mango Season! Check Out These Mango Cocktail Recipes

It’s Mango Season! Check Out These Mango Cocktail Recipes

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As mango season blooms, we’ve curated an irresistible collection of mango cocktail recipes from the top bars and restaurants in South Florida. Dive into these tropical delights and savor the vibrant flavors of the region’s favorite fruit, crafted by the masters of mixology.


Casa Sensei
Casa Sensei brilliantly blends traditional Latin American cuisine with Pan-Asian staples to create the best of both worlds. Voted “Best Asian Restaurant” by Fort Lauderdale Magazine in 2020, 2021, 2022 and 2023, this fusion eatery offers delectable dishes and handcrafted cocktails. Mango lovers can rejoice this season with Casa Sensei’s grilled-to-perfection Charred Octopus ($21), featuring grilled octopus with a papaya-mango salad drizzled with fresh basil vinaigrette. They can also sip on any of the restaurant’s mango-based cocktails, such as the Rock N Roll Spicy Mango Margarita ($16), featuring fresh mango purée, triple sec, jalapeños, orange juice, sour mix and a Tajín-spiced rim; The Diplomat ($14), featuring spiced rum, mango purée, tamarind pulp, grapefruit bitters and yuzu sake; and the Ocean Breeze Punch ($14), made with the in-house Rock N Roll mango tequila, melon liqueur, passion fruit, orange juice and raspberry purée.


East meets South at Casa Sensei, a culturally immersive restaurant that combines Pan-Asian flavors with the dynamic culinary traditions of Latin America, in the heart of downtown Fort Lauderdale.

Casa Sense offers the Rock N Roll Spicy Mango Margarita, featuring Fresh Mango Puree, Triple Sec, Jalapenos, Lime Juice, Mango Rock N Roll tequila – 100 ML bottle and a Togarashi Spiced rim.


.75 oz Fresh Mango PUree

.75 oz Triple Sec

1.5 oz Lime Juice

75 oz Simple Syrup

.5 Jalapeno, sliced

Togarashi Spice Rim

Mango Rock N Roll tequila – 100 ML bottle


Combine the fresh mango puree, triple sec, sliced jalapenos, simple syrup and lime juice into a cocktail shaker. Add ice and shake until mixed well and chilled. Rim a. chilled, tall glass with Togarashi seasoning. our the contents of the cocktail shaker into the glass. Garnish with a lime wheel, jalapeno and Mango Rock N Roll tequila – 100 ML

bottle. For those making it at home, use 1.5 oz of the tequila of your choice.

Recipe Credit: Head Bartender Svetlana Altarrasy
Photo credit: Casa Sensei


The Piano Bar at The Betsy Hotel
Nestled within The Betsy Hotel, The Piano Bar is a South Florida staple for jazz aficionados and foodies alike. Renowned for its nightly jazz programming, the bar is the perfect spot for guests to soak in the sounds of talented live musicians while enjoying classic cocktails and light bites. This spot celebrates Miami’s mango craze with the Mango Sunshine, a mango-flavored cocktail made with tequila, lime juice, agave, mango purée, yellow chartreuse, Benedictine and mint.



2 ounces – Tequila

0.75 ounces – Lime juice

0.25 ounces – Agave

1.5 ounces – Mango puree

0.25 ounces – Yellow chartreuse

0.25 ounces – Benedictine

5 mint leaves


Place mint leaves in a shaker and muddle. Add remaining ingredients to the shaker and fill with ice. Shake vigorously for 10 seconds. Double strain the mixture with a chilled coupe, and pour into glass. Garnish the cocktail with a skewered cherry and a sprig of mint.

Recipe Credit: Bartenders, Andres
Photo credit: The BetsySouth Beach


The Canvas Bar
Edgewater’s newly opened hangout haven, The Canvas Bar offers a unique blend of quality comfort cuisine and vibrant entertainment options. Guests can expect soul-warming dishes from around the world and an assortment of house-curated cocktails alongside an array of vintage arcade games encouraging diners to eat, drink, relax and play. Those looking for a mango fix can find it in the mango-based cocktail, the Italian American Smash ($12), a delicious blend of Maker’s Mark bourbon, Campari, mango, lemon and mint.


Ingredients List:

6 mint leaves (placed in shaker)

1.5 ounces of Maker’s Mark Bourbon

0.25 ounces of Campari

1 ounce of mango juice

Half an ounce of lemon juice


Mix well. Garnish with mint and a dried orange slice.

Recipe Credit: Carla Rivera
Photo Credit: The Canvas Bar


Delilah Miami
Serving technique-driven food and creative cocktails in a glamorous Jazz Age-inspired ambiance, Delilah Miami is an exclusive dining experience that exudes luxury, taste and sophistication. The stylish restaurant, featuring a palette of light pink, teal and gold, offers diners a mango-based sip with the satisfying Champagne Papi, featuring mango juice, lemon juice, Suntory Roku gin, Moët & Chandon Brut, peachello and honey.



0.5 ounces – Honey Syrup

0.5 ounces – Lemon juice

0.5 ounces – Mango puree

1.5 ounces – Pallini Peachello

Suntory Roku


Moet Brut

Recipe Credit: Beverage Operations Manager, Jordan DelGiudice
Photo Credit: Delilah Miami


The Amalfi Llama
The Amalfi Llama, a modern live-fire steakhouse located at Esplanade at Aventura, seamlessly blends the flavors from Southern Patagonia with the Mediterranean coast of Italy. Serving a variety of wood-fired pizzas, indulgent pasta dishes, high-quality meat, fresh fish, vegetables and more, the restaurant’s signature plates pair perfectly with an extensive cocktail menu. This mango season, The Amalfi Llama is rolling out an off-menu Chili Pineapple Mango Margarita, featuring pineapple juice, lime juice, mango purée, blanco tequila and Ancho Reyes liqueur.



1 ounce – Lime Juice

1 ounce – Pineapple Juice

Half an ounce – Mango Puree

Half an ounce – Anchor Reyes Liqueur

2 ounce(s) – Blanco Tequila


Mix well. Garnish with dried mango and rim the glass with chili powder

Recipe Credit: VP of Beverage Operations, Trevor Tyler
Photo Credit: The Amalfi Llama