Mambo Daiquiri

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Mambo Daiquiri

This frozen daiquiri recipe is the perfect adult slushy. Full of orange flavor, spiced rum and my favorite daiquiri shot, everclear. The beauty of daiquiris is the flavor combinations are endless.

Mambo Daiquiri

Mambo Daiquiri Tips:

Use a good food blender. You do not need a top of the line blender. Just one that crushes ice pretty good.

Once you no longer hear the sound of the blender breaking down the ice. Let it run for an additional 15 second to make sure no one gets small pieced of ice in their drink.

Use more ice for a thicker daiquiri.

Can you make ahead?

Freezer: Daiquiri: Can be made one day in advanced. Keep covered in a pitcher.

Fridge: Daiquiri: Can be made 30 minutes in advanced. Keep covered in a pitcher. However if you like it to have more of a slushy consistency make right before serving.

Mambo Daiquiri

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Substitution Options:

You don’t have to add the everclear.

Common One to One Substitution:

Alcohol of Choice = Spiced Rum

Any Frozen Concentrate Flavor = Orange Concentrate

what to serve with Mambo Daiquiri?

Meal Ideas:


Mambo Daiquiri

Mambo Daiquiri’s

A gallon of New Orleans Original Daiquiri has been the drink of choice for numerous crawfish boils, barbecues, or just a day on the lake. This is my homemade version.
Course Drinks
Cuisine Creole
Keyword cocktails
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 2 minutes
Total Time 7 minutes


  • 2 trays of ice cubes
  • 20 oz. frozen orange concentrate
  • 1 lime juice
  • 6 oz. spiced rum
  • 4 oz. everclear


  • In a blender add all ingredients until a slushy consistency is developed.


You can use any type of concentrate or liquor that you like for this recipe.

If you make this recipe, make sure to take a picture and share it on Instagram or Facebook and tag me @kennethtemple so we all can see that deliciousness!

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