Pineapple Mango Margarita Recipe

Photography: The Artesanal​​

This fruity, refreshing pineapple mango margarita will transport you to a tropical beach in Mexico. Just close your eyes, imagine the palm trees swaying, bachata music in the distance, and sand between your toes. To make the experience even more realistic, make sure to pour your drink into a beautiful handblown glass from Baja California. 

This beverage is great for a warm day, a tasty happy hour treat, or just about any other occasion. If you can use fresh fruit, that’s best, otherwise frozen will work fine. 

Adjust the amount of simple syrup below based on how sweet you prefer your drinks. You can also substitute the tequila for mezcal if you want a deeper flavor, or vodka if you prefer a lighter cocktail.

Using the blender will give this a frothy, thicker texture, but you can also use a cocktail shaker if you prefer.

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Pineapple Mango Margarita

Prep Time: 5 minutes

Yields: 1 cocktails


  • 1.5 ounces of tequila blanco

  • 5 pieces of pineapple, about 1” in diameter

  • 1 narrow slice of mango, about 2” long

  • 1/2 lime

  • 1/4 to 1/2 ounce of simple syrup

  • Ice


  1. Blend pineapple, mango, lime juice, tequila and simple syrup in a blender.
  2. Fill your tumbler with ice.
  3. Pour mixture over ice, leaving about 1” empty.
  4. Top with soda water. Stir.
  5. Garnish with a pineapple wedge and a sprig of mint.

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Photograhy: The Artesanal

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About the Author

Susan Metenosky

Susan Metenosky is the founder of Brooklyn Tropicali - a travel blog focused on creative travels for creative people. She is based in sunny Oaxaca, where her number one hobby is eating all the things and learning more about the rich food culture. After living in the city for over two years, she is passionate to share her best tips to get off the typical tourist trail and get to know the beautiful culture, artisan work, nature, food, mezcal, festivals, and people that make Oaxaca so special. When she isn’t in Oaxaca, Susan can be found in other parts of Mexico and Latin America, eating street food and writing about her travels.

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