Sangria de Mango y Ginger

A bright, crisp, and delightful summer sangria flavored with sweet mango and spicy ginger!

I don’t want to take up too much of your time, so we’ll take a little break before we get to the recipe.

Wedding preparation takes a lot of time for men. This isn’t news if you’ve planned a wedding. If you haven’t already, here’s a sample: You’re researching, calling people for pricing, emailing vendors, setting appointments, booking hotels, introducing and reintroducing yourself to everyone you meet, jotting down ideas, analyzing every friendship you’ve ever had and whether or not it’s wedding invite-worthy, DIYing, making decisions, and doing it all while smiling.

We’ve been trying to get as much done as possible right now since we’ve chosen to marry in February of next year. We’re rushing to have everything in place so that at the end of the summer, we can relax and look forward to that beautiful day. The idea is for this to be a pleasant party, so we didn’t pay attention to niceties like place settings and tablecloths. They just aren’t a priority for us. I know some people LIVE for this kind of stuff, but in the end, all we care about is delicious food, good company, laughing, dancing, and a ton of photos to remember the day by.

So, all in all, I haven’t had much time to bake. It’s also been about a million degrees with heavy humidity every day for what feels like an eternity, so there’s been little motivation to make anything. Except for this sangria, of course.

It’s chilly, takes ten minutes to create, and is ideal for sipping while relaxing in a chair surrounded by hundreds of wedding invitation samples, trying to determine if foil press greenery on 130 lb paper is the way to go.

The sweetness of the mango is balanced by the spicy ginger, and it makes me feel healthy when I drink it. Yet it is not. It’s not bad for you, but it’s not exactly health food. However, you know, fruit and all that.

or have something that is handy. You don’t have to use fresh mango for this, but believe me when I say you’ll be losing out on boozy tiny bits of mango bliss if you don’t. I like to add an additional fruit or two to mine to add some color. Blueberries, strawberries, and peaches are all delicious! When I make this, I prefer to use Goya mango nectar (aff link) and Bundaberg ginger beer, but you may use anything you like.

If you’re looking to expand your sangria game, here are a few more to add to your arsenal:

  • Hunger Thirst Play Strawberry Rhubarb Sangria
  • Whitney Bond’s White Peach Sangria
  • The Gingered Whisk’s Peach Blueberry and Thyme Sangria
  • Mighty Mrs. makes a Strawberry Ginger Pinot Sangria.
  • Yours sincerely recommends Raspberry Ros Sangria and Blood Orange Sangria.

Mango Ginger Sangria

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Prep Time: 5mins
Total Time: 10mins
Servings: 4drinks
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A bright, crisp and refreshing summer sangria filled with the flavors of sweet mango and zesty ginger!


  • Pitcher


  • 1 bottle of your favorite white wine
  • 9.6 oz. mango nectar
  • 4 oz. triple sec
  • 1 peeled and chopped or sliced mango
  • 1 peeled and coarsely diced ginger knob
  • 12 oz. ginger beer
  • As a garnish, use mango slices, blueberries, or other fruit.


  • Combine white wine, mango nectar, triple sec, mango, and ginger in a big pitcher (as much as youd like, to taste). To blend, stir everything together.
    1 bottle white wine, 9.6 ounces mango nectar, 4 ounces triple sec, 1 mango, 1 ginger knob
  • Right before serving, whisk in the ginger beer and any additional fruit you choose to use as a garnish. Serve and have fun!
    12 ounces ginger beer, mango slices

Nutrition Facts

Calories: 336kcal | Carbohydrates: 38g | Protein: 1g | Fat: 1g | Saturated Fat: 1g | Polyunsaturated Fat: 1g | Monounsaturated Fat: 1g | Sodium: 22mg | Potassium: 247mg | Fiber: 1g | Sugar: 34g | Vitamin A: 1031IU | Vitamin C: 29mg | Calcium: 37mg | Iron: 1mg


Is mango ginger good for health?

Mango ginger is highly valued in Ayurvedic and Unani medical systems as an appetizer, alexteric, antipyretic, aphrodisiac, diuretic, emollient, expectorant, and laxative, as well as for treating biliousness, itching, skin illnesses, bronchitis, asthma, hiccough, and inflammation caused by accidents.

What is the difference between normal ginger and mango ginger?

Curcuma amada, sometimes known as mango ginger, is a plant in the ginger family Zingiberaceae that is related to turmeric (Curcuma longa). The rhizomes taste similar to ginger but lack the pungency, instead having a fresh mango flavor. They are used to make pickles in the south and chutneys in the north.

What is the difference between turmeric and mango ginger?

Curcuma amada is the scientific name for mango ginger, while Curcuma longa is the scientific name for turmeric. Both the outside and inside of the turmeric are significantly paler than fresh turmeric. Mango ginger lacks the spiciness and pungency of ginger and the bitterness of turmeric in terms of flavor.

What is the medicine of mango ginger?

Mango Ginger is helpful for treating lung disorders such as bronchitis and asthma, according to Ayurveda, because to its expectorant and analgesic effects. It also aids in the treatment of colds and coughs. Mango ginger has strong antioxidant and antibacterial effects.

Who should not drink ginger?

Pregnant or nursing women, anyone with heart issues, and diabetics should not consume ginger without first seeing their physicians. If you have a bleeding condition or are using blood-thinning drugs, such as aspirin, do not take ginger.

Is mango ginger good for weight loss?

In September 2014, their findings were published in the Asian Pacific Journal of Tropical Medicine. According to an Andhra Pradesh study published in March 2021, mango ginger may be utilized to prevent obesity induced by high-fat and high-sugar diets.

What form of ginger is the healthiest?

When purchasing ginger for a recipe, use the fresh root rather than the dried, powdered version. That way, you’ll obtain more gingerol.

Is mango ginger good for diabetes?

If used sparingly, ginger may be a beneficial complement to your diabetic therapy. Consuming up to 4 grams per day may help control insulin production and reduce blood sugar levels.

Why does mango ginger taste like mango?

Mango-ginger is not connected to mango or ginger, but rather to turmeric (Curcuma longa). It is a rhizome that is pale yellow on the inside and lighter on the exterior. When crushed, it emits the delicious aroma of unripe mango. The flavor is mostly ginger, with a pleasant subtle fragrance and taste of mango.

Who should not take turmeric and ginger?

While it is safe to consume turmeric-containing foods, pregnant and lactating women should avoid taking turmeric supplements. You should stop taking turmeric at least two weeks before surgery because it may serve as a blood thinner. Inform your doctor and surgeon that you are taking turmeric.

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