The Mangonada Chamoy cocktail is a fruity and unique drink that is made with chamoy syrup, lime juice, and sugar. It’s a great way to enjoy your holiday party or celebration! The drink is also perfect for cooling down on a hot summer day.
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A Mangonada Chamoy cocktail is a delicious and refreshing drink that combines the flavors of mango, chamoy, and sugar. For full step-by-step instructions, scroll down to our recipe card at the bottom of the page.
The combination of these flavors results in a tart and tangy drink that is perfect for quenching your thirst on a hot day.
- Frozen mango
- Mango nectar
- 1 Lime, juiced
- Chamoy sauce
- Granulated sugar
- Tajin seasoning
- Silver tequila
- Triple Sec
- Tamarind candy sticks (tamarind straws)
You can buy Tamarind candy sticks and Chamoy at most ethnic grocery stores.
You’ll need a blender in order to make this delicious cocktail, personally I swear by my Margaritaville mixer as it is a powerhouse that whips up multiple cocktails in minutes. You can easily double or triple this recipe to make more.
What is Chamoy?
Chamoy is a flavor that can be found in Mexican and Asian cuisine. It is made from dried apricots, salt, sugar and chili peppers. Chamoy can be used as a dip for fruits or vegetables, or it can be added to drinks.
It has a sweet and sour taste, and a spicy kick.
What Is Tajin?
Tajín is a Mexican condiment made from chili peppers, lime juice, and salt. It goes well with fresh fruit and vegetables such as pico de gallo, jicama, or watermelon.
The flavor of tajín is sour, spicy, and salty.
How To Make A Chamoy Cocktail
Combine your ingredients: Start by blending your frozen mango, tequila, triple sec, mango nectar, ice, lime juice, sugar in a blender until all smooth.
Prepare the glasses: Then dip the rims of your glasses in the Chamoy sauce and then in the tajin seasoning to create a nice rim on your glass.
Garnish: Drip some of the Chamoy sauce on the sides of the inside of the glass.
Pour the mango sorbet in the glass and serve with a tamarind straw. You can also use slices of mango or lime to garnish the glass.
Chamoy Mocktail: Simply omit the tequila and Triple sec to turn this into a non-alcoholic treat.
Mangonada Frequently asked questions
What’s the difference between Mangonada and Chamoyada?
There is no difference between the two drinks. They are just two different names for the tasty drink made with mango sorbet and Chamoy.
What do Mangonadas taste like?
Thanks to the spices and fruit, this is a drink that satisfies all your tastebuds. There is sweet, salt and sour combines into a beautiful tropical drink.
What is Chamoyada made of?
This popular drink from Mexico is made with frozen mangos, Chamoy, sugar and Tajin seasoning.
Are Mangonadas healthy?
Made without the tequila and Triple sec, a Mangonada cocktail is a surprisingly healthy treat to cool you down in the summer.
Is Chamoy spicy?
Chamoy tastes fruity and spicy at the same time. It has a kick but the fruit offsets it somewhat.
A Mangonada Chamoy cocktail is the perfect drink for any occasion! It is refreshing and flavorful, and it always gets the party started.
- 16 oz. Frozen mango
- 12 oz. Mango nectar
- 1 Cup Ice
- 1 Lime, juiced
- 3 tbsp Chamoy sauce
- 2 tbsp granulated sugar
- 2 tbsp Tajin seasoning
- 2 ounces silver tequila
- 2 ounces Triple Sec
- Tamarind candy sticks
- Start by blending your frozen mango, tequila, triple sex, mango nectar, ice, lime juice, sugar in a blender until all smooth.
- Then dip the rims of your glasses in the Chamoy sauce and then in the tajin seasoning to create a nice rim on your glass.
- Then drip some of the Chamoy sauce on the sides of the inside of the glass.
- Pour the mango sorbet in the glass and serve with a tamarind straw. You can also use slices of mango or lime to garnish the glass.
- Serve immediately
To turn this into a mocktail, just omit the Tequila and Triple Sec.