Peach and Mango Daiquiri

Peach and Mango Daiquiri

Say goodbye to summer with this glass of sweet temptation! A frozen peach and mango daiquiri and seeing as fruits are loaded with vitamins, this can be counted as a healthy cocktail and included in your diet – am I right!? This delightful and dangerously addictive cocktail combines fresh summer fruits, simple syrup, and rum.

Can you believe it! Summer is almost behind us! Time really does fly. As much as I enjoyed the scorching heat, I can barely wait for fall, and what better way to welcome those fresh autumnal days and watch the leaves drop with a delicious daiquiri in hand! The flavors are sure to have you reminiscing about those hazy summer nights.

This cocktail is easy to put together with Six ingredients. If you’ve ever tried the classic daiquiri, then you know how fresh the contrasting sweet and sour piquancy leaves your palate.




This is NOT a smoothie; I repeat, this is not a smoothie.
Just looking out for ya!
I know once you take a sip, there will be no stopping you.
Drink with absolute caution.


The fun part about making this cocktail at home is that you can adjust to taste. Throw a bunch of fruit in there and a splash of rum. If you don’t want to walk sideways or slow steps, go easy on the rum, but either way, you will tantalize your taste buds. Speaking of rum, have you tried this fiery papaya rum cocktail? It’s an adventure in itself.



I love to use fresh fruits to add a little twist to the classic daiquiri. To make your signature cocktail, use your favorite fresh fruit that is in season and readily available.

I’ve made this cocktail on several occasions with fresh strawberries, bananas, watermelons, cantaloupes, pears, and cherries.

I find it is essential to freeze the fruits if you are going for the frozen daiquiri instead of using ice cubes. In my opinion, ice cubes water down the drink and compromise the full flavors.

So, freeze your choice’s fresh fruit for two hours or so beforehand and then blend with the rest of the ingredients.



Wash the fruit, peel(optional), and cut. Line a single layer on a baking sheet and freeze for about two hours or overnight.

Transfer the frozen fruit into a ziplock bag and store it for future use.


I hope you’ll give this simple daiquiri a try. If you are looking for something with more of a citrus burst, try this thirst quencher here and one of my favs here.

Share a glass with us on our social media if you make this cocktail using the hashtag worldlytreat(#worldlytreat). We’d love to join the soirée. Don’t forget to pin it for later.

Talk soon,






September 20, 2018
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: 5 min
: 5 min
: 5 min
: Easy

This delightful and dangerously addictive cocktail combines fresh summer fruits, simple syrup, and rum.


  • • 1/2 Cup Frozen Peaches
  • • 1/2 Cup Frozen Mango
  • • 4 Ounces-White Rum (good quality)
  • • 2 Ounces freshly-squeezed lime juice
  • • 2 Tablespoons simple syrup
  • • 2 Ounces pineapple light juice (optional)
  • • Peach wedge to garnish
  • Step 1 Blend all the ingredients in a blender until smooth. Pour the mixture into a glass and garnish it with peach or lime wedges.
  • Step 2
  • Step 3 **To make simple syrup- Add water and sugar to a saucepan and bring to a gentle boil. Stir until sugar is fully dissolved. Remove from heat and allow to cool completely.





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