Mango Margaritas

A few weeks ago I attended a surprise birthday party for one of my friends.  It didn’t take me long to spot a table with a monster container of a drink that looked…well, inviting.

Mango Margaritas

One sip and I was on the prowl to find out who was the mastermind behind this cocktail.  And of course, I found her :-).  Miss Lois was nice enough to share her recipe with me so that I could pass it along to you all.

Mango Margaritas

Here’s what you’re gonna need:  Your favorite tequila (I used Jose Cuervo), Chambord raspberry liqueur, classic margarita mixer and mango passion fruit margarita mixer.  Miss Lois used Williams-Sonoma mango passion fruit margarita mix, but tells me that any mango passion fruit juice will work.  I wanted my margaritas to taste exactly like hers, so I ordered this mix online from Williams-Sonoma.

Mango Margaritas

This recipe is for sharing and makes approximately 1 1/2 quarts.  I shared it with my friend recently and she was just as thrilled as I was about the recipe…it’s a keeper!

A big “shout-out” is in order to Miss Lois for sharing the love…cheers!  :-)

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Mango Margaritas
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Serves: Approximately 1½ quarts
  • 1½ cups tequila
  • 1 cup classic margarita mixer
  • (1) bottle mango passion fruit mixer (or juice--33.3 oz)
  • ¼ cup Chambord raspberry liqueur
  • Salt, for rimming glasses
  • Optional: sliced lemons, limes & mangoes
  1. Rub lime wedge around rim of glass & rim glass with salt.
  2. In a pitcher, stir tequila, mixers & raspberry liqueur. Add sliced lemons, limes & mangoes if desired. Serve over ice.


    • The Blond Cook says

      Thank you…I hope you enjoy the margaritas if you make them! This margarita is one of my new favorites! :-)

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