2 1/2 cups mango nectar
4 oz dark rum
2 oz coconut rum
2 oz triple sec
1 1/2 cups pineapple juice
2 tbsp lime juice
The mango tango not only sounds nice, but also tastes awesome! This recipe of mango tango perfect for hot climates, where staying hydrated is a must. It is popular throughout India and South East Asia, most likely due to the fact that mangoes grow naturally in these regions. Mango tango is versatile, quick and easy to make. It can be made with or without alcohol, as a smoothie or simple juice.
Mangoes are one of the more popular fruits in the world, up there in popularity with oranges and bananas. Mangoes are low in saturated fat, sodium, and cholesterol. They have a wide range of useful vitamins like B6, A, and C, which help the body fight off disease and illness. They also possess minerals like potassium, copper, magnesium, beta-carotene, and quercetin. Altogether, this combination helps prevent heart disease, cancers, and premature aging.
How to Make Mango Tango
Note: Prepare in manageable batches.
The oldest mango tree is 300 years old and is found in Jalgaon. It still bears fruit!