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Coconut Orange Mango Martini

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Happy Wednesday! Guess what today is? Considering I made a Coconut Orange Mango Martini, it MUST be National Martini Day!

Coconut Orange Mango Tropical Martini

National Martini Day

On June 19 we celebrate this delicious cocktail and whether you make it classic, or give it some flavor like I did… it’s a traditional drink that is perfect for summer!

Nobody seems to know it who deemed it National Martini Day, but in my opinion, that part doesn’t really matter. Let’s celebrate! 

Now a true Martini purest would tell you that if your martini is sweet, then it’s not an actual martini. And maybe that’s true, but I don’t like a traditional Martini. But boy do I love this one! 

Coconut Orange Mango Martini

I wanted something tropical because, well… it’s summer and it’s hot. And I wish I was anywhere tropical right at this moment. I really need a vacation. And a sandy beach. And a fruity cocktail with a little paper umbrella.

But, since I won’t be laying on any beaches anytime soon, I grabbed the next best thing. A Coconut Orange Mango Martini. Filled with luscious mango and creamy coconut flavor and blended with traditional blue curacao.

Coconut Orange Mango Tropical Martini

There isn’t a little paper umbrella, but it’s perfectly fruity and creamy and dreamy and it almost does the trick.

How to make:

This fruity concoction is easy as pie. Muddle some mango to get some juice, leave the pulp in if you like it that way (we do) add the rest of the ingredients and shake.

Do a dance while you’re shaking. Because you want to shake a lot. You want it COLD. Really cold. A Martini should be served cold and because this one is perfect on a hot evening, make it as cold as you can.

Coconut Orange Mango Tropical Martini

I hope you enjoy my recipe for this Coconut Orange Mango Martini and when you’re done checking it out, be sure and visit my friends who shared some great Martini recipes too! 

Check out these other fun martini recipes for #NationalMartiniDay:

Coconut Orange Mango Martini

Coconut Orange Mango Martini

Coconut Orange Mango Martini

Yield: 1 cocktail
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Total Time: 5 minutes

A fun spin on a classic martini just in time for National Martini Day. A fun fusion of tropical flavors makes this the perfect summertime martini!

Ingredients

  • .5 part gin
  • .5 part vermouth
  • 1 part blue curacao
  • 1 part coconut cream
  • 1 part mango juice
  • ice

Instructions

  1. We started by muddling a chunk of mango and getting as much juice as we could. A bit of pulp came out and we didn't care, we kept it in.
  2. Add all ingredients to a cocktail shaker including ice. Shake a lot. Martini's should be served COLD.
  3. Gently pour with strainer in place (to keep the ice out) into a martini glass and enjoy!

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If you’re looking for some more fun Martini recipes try these:

S’mores Martini

S'mores Martini

Birthday Cake Cocktail

Birthday Cake Cocktail

 

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Ebr Usam

Sunday 23rd of June 2019

I use coconut tum. If coconut rum doesn’t sound completely delicious to you at 6:57 in the morning, whip up the smoothie version of this easy recipe instead. Simply blend together frozen sweet mango pieces, citrusy orange juice and refreshing coconut water

If coconut rum does sound completely delicious to you at 6:57 in the morning (or anytime), make yourself a cocktail please. Just swap in coconut rum for the coconut water!

Christie

Friday 21st of June 2019

I have NEVER found blue curacao. It's on my radar along with campari. Those are two that elude me. This sounds DELISH!

Liz @ Books n' Cooks

Thursday 20th of June 2019

You had me a coconut, but that color... <3

Wendy Klik

Thursday 20th of June 2019

Love this flavor profile. Can't wait to try it.

Karen

Wednesday 19th of June 2019

That color is gorgeous! This sounds like the perfect summer sip.

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