Jamaican Mango Punch Recipe

Jamaican Mango Punch Recipe

Jamaica has an abundance of tropical fruits and vegetables on offer and making a punch or juice is a sure fire way to get a hit of goodness in your system. Drink this Jamaican Mango Punch Recipe as a healthy snack, or enjoy a glass with a meal for a fruity, naturally sweet beverage.

‘Natural Punches’

This recipe is taken from a soon to be published eBook ‘Natural Punches’ from an aspiring Jamaican chef and mixologist, called Olando Hutton. Olando has a flair for making the most of the readily available seasonal Jamaican fruits and vegetables in mouth-watering and body enhancing drink recipes. He is also a talented chef and has a series of eBooks coming out that showcase his Jamaican recipes with a twist.  Hailing from the parish of St Ann on the north coast of Jamaica, Olando’s Jamaican Mango Punch Recipe will bring your taste buds straight to the Caribbean!

Jamaican Mango Punch Recipe

You Will Need:

  • A sharp knife
  • A blender
  • A chopping board
  • A bowl


  • 2 lb sweet Mangoes – preferably Julie Mango or East Indian Mango
  • 1/2 litre of ice cold water / or just ice



  • First wash your hands and get all of your ingredients and tools ready
  • Peel the skin from the Mango and remove any imperfections from the flesh
  • Cut the meat from the seed
  • Add Mango flesh and ice cold water to the blender
  • Blend until smooth
  • Serve in a tall glass
  • Enjoy!
  • If your Mangoes aren’t sweet enough you can always add a little sugar to taste…

Makes 1 and 1/4 litres of Jamaican Mango Punch


Jamaican Mango Punch

Jamaican Mango Punch



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