Last Mango in Paris

Looking for something refreshing and different to sip on this summer?  The Last Mango in Paris may be your drink. It’s named after the 1972 movie Last Tango in Paris,  an erotic film starring Marlon Brando, which was considered quite risqué in the 70’s.  Today, the film carries an NC-17 rating, but the drink it’s named after would earn nothing more than a PG-13, as far as adult beverages are concerned.

Last Mango in Paris

Just a side note, if your mango is really ripe, you may choose to forgo the mango juice {Juicy Juice has a good one.}  However, if you like your drink on the sweeter side, then mango juice it up.

Enjoy!

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*Adapted from The Bartender’s Guide

Serves 1

2 measures vodka

1 measure Chambord {or other raspberry liqueur}

1 measure lime juice

1 measure mango juice

1 mango, peeled, pitted and chopped

3 strawberries, halved

2 ice cubes

lime slice

Mix vodka, Chambord, lime juice, mango juice, ice, mango and strawberries in a blender until slushy. Pour into a chilled cocktail glass or sour glass and dress with the slice of lime, or a strawberry.

 

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