These vibrant mango vodka cocktails are loaded with fresh, fruity flavor.
They’re smooth and boozy, and the tropical flair is perfect for the summer.
Of course, they’re just as tasty in the fall and winter. But you have to admit; the bright colors scream pool party!
Mango Vodka Drinks That Taste Like Summer
Mangoes have plenty of sweet, exotic, and tropical allure.
And when you infuse vodka with mango flavor, you get a refreshing twist that’s like a burst of sunshine in your mouth.
Some of these mango vodka drinks are sweet, while others are tart and tangy. And a few are even a little dry.
But the one thing they all have in common? The mango flavor takes center stage!
This mango martini puts a tart and fruity twist on the traditional martini.
With tropical fruit, orange-infused Cointreau, and lime juice, it’s wonderfully bright and citrusy.
And like all martini cocktails, it’s easy to mix up. Simply dump everything in a cocktail shaker and give it a vigorous shake.
This simple, 3-ingredient cocktail combines vodka, mango punch, and your favorite lemon-lime soda.
It’s fizzy, fruity, and chock-full of flavor.
It has a gorgeous golden-yellow color and comes together in less than 5 minutes. Easy peasy.
If you enjoy multi-hued drinks as much as I do, you have to try this one.
It’s golden yellow on the bottom and ruby red at the top. It looks a bit like a Tequila Sunrise in reverse.
There’s no tequila in it, though. This one features vodka, mango lemonade, and cranberry cocktail juice instead.
It has a tart and tangy taste that masks the vodka perfectly. You’ll barely even know it’s there.
Want a sweet summer cocktail? This mango vodka slushy is pretty hard to resist.
It’s icy cold, thick, fruity, and totally delicious.
It has bright bursts of citrus and mango flavor with coconut and simple syrup to sweeten things.
The trick to this one is freezing the mango chunks ahead of time. That way, the drink will be cold and thick without ice, which dilutes it over time.
“Healthy” and “cocktails” aren’t two words you often find in the same sentence. However, this yummy, three-ingredient mixed drink is both of those things.
It’s light, zingy, and made with mango vodka, Champagne, and Waikiki coconut bai bubbles.
If you aren’t familiar with that last one, it’s a brand of sparkling water with loads of coconut flavor.
It’s delightfully sweet and tropical. And it will totally make you nostalgic for your favorite beach vacation.
This minty fresh cooler is a must-try for mango lovers.
It features Absolut vodka, but you can use whatever you have.
It also features a double dose of mango. You’ll use fresh mango juice and three ounces of your favorite mango soda.
Together, they create a super flavorsome, tart, and tangy mango masterpiece.
When I first saw this, I thought it was some twist on the Blue Lagoon cocktail.
And I was right! It features lemonade, vodka, and blue curacao, just like the Blue Lagoon. Only this version calls for mango vodka.
It’s a gorgeous drink with a tangy, zesty finish.
The recipe for this drink claims it’s “120% refreshing, delicious, and crowd-pleasing.”
And while I AM prone to hyperbole myself, I’d still say that’s pretty accurate.
It’s tart, fruity, and more like a tall glass of cold juice than a cocktail. Unless you go heavier on the vodka, you’ll barely taste it.
Just keep in mind that it’s a high-calorie, high-carb drink. So, maybe save it for special occasions, and definitely don’t try it while dieting.
9. Mango Mule
I’m sure you’ve heard of the Moscow Mule and all its variations, but what about its cousin, the Mango Mule?
It’s the same basic principle, only with a lot more mango yumminess.
It’s a cold, invigorating drink with plenty of crisp taste.
Have a bunch of fresh blackberries and don’t know what to do with them? Add them to this mouth-wateringly delicious mango blackberry cooler.
It’s a tangy, bubbly drink with a downright zippy taste. And yes, I know “zippy” isn’t really a flavor, but it’s the only word that fits.
Give it a try the next time you want something yummy and lightly boozy.
This mango pineapple punch is another mango vodka drink for the summer.
The original recipe is actually alcohol-free. It’s a quick mix of mango, pineapple, and lime juices with sparkling water, mint, and lime wedges.
But we’re looking at vodka cocktails – so add two cups and get the party started!
I love almost all sangria recipes, and this one is no exception.
There’s nothing better on hot days than icy cold, fruit-infused sangria.
This one features a base of pineapple juice and a bottle of white Moscato.
Meanwhile, half a cup of mango vodka and several tropical fruits add a nice kick.
The Screwdriver cocktail is probably one of the most easily recognizable mixed drinks.
This version keeps the orange juice and vodka but adds sliced mangoes for extra flavor.
It’s bright, refreshing, and surprisingly strong (thanks to the 3 ounces of vodka in each glass).
It’s the perfect drink for enjoying at brunch or while sitting poolside on a hot summer day.
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