Mango Martini Cocktail

A well-balanced Mango Martini is the perfect cocktail for mango lovers. Made in around 5 minutes, this cocktail combines fresh mango puree, orange liqueur, simple syrup, lime juice, and of course, your favorite vodka. It’s perfect for the summer and those festive get-togethers and BBQs.

For more fruity cocktail recipes, check out my Blackberry Whiskey Smash, Mandarin Orange Crush Cocktail, Frozen Pear Margarita Cocktail, or my Watermelon Moscow Mule Cocktail.

mango martini in a martini glass

It’s always happy hour somewhere, and this cocktail will get the party started! Unlike traditional gin or vodka-based martinis, this mango vodka martini has a fresh, fruity element. Add a sugar rim for that touch of sweetness that, surprisingly, doesn’t make the martini too sweet.

Ingredients you will need:

  • Vodka will be the base of this cocktail, so go with your favorite unflavored brand.
  • Mango puree will provide that slightly fresh and sweet flavor that makes this cocktail what it is.
  • The simple syrup is made using a 1:1 ratio of sugar and water.
  • Orange liqueur and fresh lime juice will be the final ingredients for the cocktail.
  • You also need ice, lime, and sugar for the rim.
pouring mango martini cocktail from cocktail shaker into martini glass

How to make a mango martini:

  1. Add ice to a cocktail shaker, then pour in the vodka, mango puree, simple syrup, orange liqueur, and lime juice over the ice.
  2. Place top on the shaker and shake for 30 seconds.
  3. For the sugar rim, pour sugar onto a flat plate, then slightly wet the edge of the martini glass with a lime wedge before rotating the martini glass edge into the sugar to create the sugar rim.
  4. Pour the cocktail into a martini glass, then finish with an optional mango slice.
  • Aside from Grand Marnier, my go-to orange-flavored liqueur, you can also use Triple Sec or Cointreau.
  • I always recommend using freshly squeezed lime juice for cocktail recipes.
  • Don’t have a carton of mango puree? If you have ripe or frozen mangos, you can make homemade mango puree. You’ll need two mangos for every 1 cup of puree. Using a blender (paid link), blend the fresh mangoes with a small portion of water (as needed for the perfect consistency), and add sugar to taste.
  • For the perfect sugar rim, use a lime wedge to wet the edge of a martini glass. Roll the edge of the glass in sugar on a flat plate. Make sure the edge is evenly coated.
mango martini cocktail

Is it happy hour yet? This Mango Martini cocktail is an excellent go to cocktail when you want to enjoy a refreshing drink at the end of a long day or to get your night started. I hope you enjoy this cocktail creation because I definitely had fun making it. Cheers!

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mango martini cocktail

Mango Martini Cocktail

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  • Author: Eric Jones
  • Total Time: 5 minutes
  • Yield: 1 1x


This fresh ands fruity Mango Martini cocktail combines fresh mango puree, orange liqueur, simple syrup, lime juice, and vodka for the perfect summer (or anytime) imbibe.


Units Scale
  • 3 oz vodka
  • 1.5 oz mango puree
  • .5 oz orange liqueur
  • .5 oz simple syrup
  • .25 oz lime juice, freshly squeezed


  1. Add ice to a cocktail shaker.
  2. Pour in vodka, mango puree, orange liqueur, simple syrup, and lime juice. 
  3. Shake well for 30 seconds. Set to the side.
  4. Pour sugar onto a plate. Using a lime wedge, wet the edge of a martini glass. Rotate the edge of the martini glass in sugar to create a sugar rim. 
  5. Pour cocktail ingredients into a martini glass. 
  6. Finish with a slice of fresh mango, if desired.


Simple syrup is made using a 1:1 ratio of sugar and water.

  • Prep Time: 5 minutes
  • Cook Time: 0 minutes
  • Category: Cocktails
  • Method: Shaken
  • Cuisine: American


  • Calories: 299
  • Sugar: 5.9g
  • Sodium: 12mg
  • Fat: 0.2g
  • Carbohydrates: 18.9g
  • Fiber: 0.7g
  • Protein: 0.4g
  • Cholesterol: 0mg

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  1. Michelle Davis says:

    Just made these for pre-Easter dinner sipping. So pretty and SO yummy! I used Agave Syrup instead of simple syrup and Ceres mango juice. Easy and yum!

    1. Eric Jones says:

      Hi, Michelle! Nice swap with the agave syrup! So glad you enjoyed it. 🙂