You are here: Home » Recipes » Mangrias with Malbec, Rum, Mangoes and Key Limes Mangrias with Malbec, Rum, Mangoes and Key Limes Kitchen Tested Yield 10 servings Prep 5 mins Cook 5 mins Frozen cubes of mango float in a wine-rum concoction that's a perfect spring libation. Mark Boughton Photography / styling: Teresa Blackburn PrintEmail The trick to making this sangria is freezing the mangoes first. Mangoes from your supermarket’s freezer section will work fine. As they defrost, they add their juices to the wine. For best results, allow the fruit to soften and separate before serving. If you like the taste of coconut, you can substitute coconut rum. Ingredients 3/4 cup water3/4 cup sugar2 (.75-liter) bottles Malbec red wine or Malbec rose wine, chilled1 cup rum2 key limes, juiced2 key limes, sliced2 oranges, sliced1 liter club soda, chilled1 quart frozen mango, cut into bite-size chunks Ice (optional) Instructions Make a simple syrup by combining 3/4 cup water and 3/4 cup sugar in a saucepan. Bring to a boil and cook, stirring, until sugar has dissolved. Remove from heat to cool. Refrigerate until chilled. Combine wine, rum, 1/2 cup chilled simple syrup and key lime juice in a punch bowl. Float lime and orange slices on top. Just before serving, add club soda and frozen mango. If the Mangria isn’t cold enough, add ice. Serve in punch cups with at least one or two chunks of mango per serving. Recipe by Jen Karetnick.