Mango tonic spritzer mocktail

Mango tonic spritzer mocktail

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This time I have a tropical one splash recipe for you. We put color on the table with this mango tonic spritzer mocktail. Making those delicious mocktails has become a bit of a tradition here on Fridays. Lately I have been experimenting with different flavors. Originally, the spritzer has a slightly bitter taste, but you will hardly taste that in this drink. The sweetness of the mango and the pink tonic give it a tingling sweet taste. I often don't mention many specific brands in my recipes because not everyone shops at the same supermarket. Some items simply cannot be found in every supermarket. You can find an alternative yourself, or go to a competitor to do your shopping... In this case I use Lyres alcohol-free spirit and Schweppes apéro tonic.

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Mango tonic spritzer mocktail

What is a spritzer? Well, it is a collective name for a light alcoholic drink consisting of white wine and soda water. They are drunk as a thirst quencher and because it is mixed it also has less alcohol in it.

The spritzer is a drink that originally comes from Austria, where it is called spritzter. It became popular in the 19th century among vintners, who diluted their wine with water to lower the alcohol content and allow them to drink more without getting drunk.

Mango tonic spritzer mocktail

The orange color is characteristic of the Aperol spritzer that has a dash of Aperol or Campari. The ingredients include sour orange, gentian, rhubarb and cinchona. Hence the somewhat bitter taste of this drink. An alcohol-free version is now also available. Google the words “non-alcoholic aperol” and you will get a good choice of various brands. I made this spritzer recipe with Lyre's.

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Here you will find the complete recipe with all the ingredients you need. I hope you have fun preparing the dish below.

Mango tonic spritzer mocktail

Mango tonic spritzer mocktail

Put some color on the table with this cheerful and colorful spritzer mocktail.

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Hallway: mock tail
Kitchen: European
Keyword: mango, orange, tonic
Preparation time: 5 minutes
Preparation time: 5 minutes
Total time: 10 minutes
Servings: 2 people
calories: 93kcal
Author: Francine
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You need:

tall glasses


  • 1 mango
  • 1 orange
  • 80 ml Lyres Italian Spritz
  • 1 tin can Schweppes pink tonic
  • 100 gram ice

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And this is how you make it:

  • Peel the mango and cut 1/4 of the flesh into small cubes. Put these in the glasses. Put the rest of the pulp in your blender and turn it into a soft mousse. Spoon two tablespoons of fruit mousse into each glass. (You use the rest for a smoothie, for example).
  • Cut the orange in half and then cut into two thin slices. You "stick" this to the side of the glass. Top it up with the ice cubes.
  • Now pour in the spritz and top up the glass with the pink tonic.
  • Cheers!
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Keep'em coming….. we're doing well here, on these delicious drinks! Want to try more fine mixes? Then make this one:

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