Helmut Mystic Mango Punch

Recipe by Timo Wessels | Updated on 19. May 2023

Helmut Mystic Mango Punch is a beautiful combination of rich vermouth and wine flavors compared with raspberry and mango.

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  • 60ml Helmut – Der Rote (red vermouth)
  • 10ml Giffard Vanille De Madagascar (vanilla liqueur)
  • 30ml Lemon Juice Fresh (lemon juice)
  • 10ml Raspberry Spirit (raspberry spirit)
  • 50ml Thomas Henry Mystic Mango Lemonade (mango lemonade)
White Wine Glass
build in

2x raspberry

Mixing Instructions

  1. Pour all ingredients into the white wine glass (add the carbonated filler by the end)
  2. Add ice cubes to the serving glass.
  3. Add your garnish.

Detailed Recipe Instructions

  1. Prepare your Mise en Place.
  2. Prepare your bottle setup.
  3. Prepare your garnish.
  4. Pour all ingredients into the white wine glass (add the carbonated filler by the end)
  5. Add around 6 to 7 ice cubes into the serving glass.
  6. Add your garnish.

how to garnish

  • 2x raspberry, Drop the garnish into the drink.

Mixing Tips

Mise En Place

  • Keep all equipment and ingredients within range. It will be easier and faster to mix the drink.


  • Try to add the ice cubes into the glass by the end. Do it carefully. Otherwise, you might spill the liquid, or due to the acid of the citrus juice, you will create a lot of foam that spills over.

Non Alcoholic Ingredients

  • Make sure your carbonated filler is cold and fresh.
Bittersweet, Fruitini, Punch
ice cubes for the serving glass
Bar Equipment:
Jigger, Bottle Opener

Bottle Opener

Editor Recipe Notes

I never expected this drink to be a new flavor combo, which was unknown to me before.
I already had some recipes using vermouth and some fillers. But the Mystic Mango Lemonade from Thomas Henry just came out recently.
I wanted to try the Lemonade. It was summertime, so to combine raspberry, mango, lemon, and some fruity dark red vermouth (made with the Grape Dornfelder).
It was a beautifully rich and fizzy drink straight from the beginning. And I recommend trying one of these concoctions.

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170 ml = 1 serving