Golden Drop Mango Wine recipes

On the weekend we took a day tour / road-trip across the Cairns Highlands in Tropical North Queensland, Australia. One of the highlights was tasting a little selection from Golden Drop Mango Winery (and I mean ‘a little’ as it was only 9am).

You can order online at www.goldendrop.com.au and set yourself up for creating one of these delicious cocktails (more on their website).

Sparkling Mango Cocktail

  • 1.7L mango nectar
  • 1-2 tablespoons Golden Mango Cello
  • 1 1/2 cup frozen mango pulp
  • 750ml Sparkling Mango Wine

In a large jug, combine all ingredients. Add ice and serve immediately before bubbles subside.

Orange Blossom Cocktail

  • 52ml Gin
  • 10ml Mandarin Cello
  • Dash of Bitters
  • Tonic Water, Soda or Lemonade (optional, to make a long drink).

Mango Daiquiri

  • 1 small ripe mango
  • 45ml White run, Vodka or Gin (optional)
  • 45ml Golden Mango Cello
  • Sugar or caster sugar to taste
  • 1/2 cup of ice cubes
  • 15ml lemon or lime juice
  • Strawberry for garnish

Peel and slice the mango flesh from the stone and place in blender with all ingredients except the strawberry and blend until smooth. Garnish and serve in a chilled glass.

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4 comments to “Golden Drop Mango Wine recipes”

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  1. Stephen Sallun - January 9, 2016 at 10:46 pm Reply

    I am passionate about the mango products especially the Mango Wine and would like to establish a Mango Shop in Port Moresby, the city of Papua New Guinea. Should you agree please contact me through my email address.

  2. decanter - September 18, 2018 at 11:31 am Reply

    I love wine country and since I live in Washington I’ve visited winey country here and in Oregon, plenty of times. The last time I was in Napa I was very young and would love to return as I really loved the landscape. Domaine Carneros is quite grand and I’d love to see the winery -Grgich Hills Estate- that put California wines on the map. I also like train rides and that would be such a fun way to taste wines and see the scenery pass by slowly.

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