Beware Mango Martinis are addicting

It is no secret I love Spring and Summer, the longer days, warmer weather, the smell of flowers and neighbors’ BBQ. This past week we have experienced 27 degrees C/ 80 degrees F days. (I hope I haven’t jinxed our good weather fortune). So Sydney and I were thinking of a drink that would celebrate the start of martini. I had the opportunity to try a few mango martinis around town, although they were refreshing most were too sweet or didn’t have a huge mango punch.

We decided to try our bartending hands and invent our own mango martini recipe. The first batch was too strong; I thought my insides were on fire, the second batch was flat, by the fifth try we finally came up with the perfect mixture…eureka! This drink has the perfect balance of alcohol and taste, I knew when DF proclaimed the drink tasted like a mango icy we had a winner.

Bobbie’s Mango Martini:

Springtime refreshing

Recipe for 1 martini

  • 50 grams/ 2-ounces Ruby Red Vodka
  • 50 grams.2-ounce Mango Vodka
  • 1/2  lemon, freshly squeezed
  • 1 1/2 mangos muddle or puree
  • splash fresh squeezed orange juice


  • Citrus press, jigger (from freezer)
  • muddler or pestle
  • Shaker
  • shrap knife
  • martini glasses, from freezer

Prepare your mise en place.

Mise en place..missing lemon and orange juice

  • Fill a shaker with ice cubes.
  • Add the ruby red vodka to the  cold shaker.
  • Add the mango vodka to the cold shaker.
  • Squeeze the lemon juice into cold shaker.
  • Add the muddle and strained mango
  • Add a splash of orange juice.
  • Shake the drink for 2 1/12 minutes, pour into a cold martini glass.
  • Garnish with a slice of mango.

 Enjoy and Happy Spring!


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