Mango Season in Miami

If you cut open our cocktails, all you’ll find is 100 percent natural ingredients. One of the delicious fruit flavors of our Tropical Sangria is mango, and there is no better time in Miami for mangos than summer.

Mangos are one of the most popular fruit in the world, first grown in India over 5,000 years ago. They are related to the cashew and pistachio, and grow o06010f03e70d4797f784188096fc144an trees that can reach over 100 feet in height. There are over 400 hundred varieties of mangos, grown year round all over the world. Most of the mangos sold in the U.S. are one of six varieties: Tommy Atkins, Haden, Kent, Keitt, Honey and Francis. Although for the majority of the year mangos are imported to the U.S. from other countries, summer in peak mango season in Miami. Many South Florida residents have mango trees growing in their yards, producing dozens of ripened fruits every year. From gifting them to neighbors, making mango recipes or cubing and freezing – there are so many options for this versatile fruit.

Our favorite way, other than in our Tropical Sangria, is straight off the tree with some lime juice or chili powder.

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