Ivana Alawi Cools Down With the Tanduay Mango Rhum

Long before she became the 2021 Tanduay Calendar Girl, Ivana Alawi has been enjoying different cocktail mixes using the Tanduay Rhum. Among her favorites is the Mango Rhum, which she said reminds her a lot of summer.

“I love preparing this cocktail because it’s so easy. But more than that, it tastes really great. You can have it any time of the day to give you a taste of summer,” shared the actress and social media star, who represents the modern Calendar Girl — strong, hardworking, has a heart for helping others, and knows when to relax and have a good time.

Ivana Alawi – 2021 Tanduay Calendar Girl

Ivana revealed that she has always been fond of Philippine mangoes, which are considered the best in the world.

“You can really taste the difference when you try out varieties from other countries. There’s something distinctly Filipino to it like the Tanduay Rhum,” she said.

Simple and refreshing – Tanduay Mango Rhum

With mangoes cut in cubes, 30 ml of Tanduay Rhum, lime juice, sugar, salt, seltzer, and ice cubes — you can recreate Ivana’s favorite Mango Rhum.

All you need to do is blend the mangoes, lime juice, sugar, and salt in a blender. Once it has been properly blended, put the mixture in a glass. Add the Tanduay Rhum and stir. In another glass, put the cubes of ice then pour the mixture in. Add the seltzer, stir, and enjoy your very own Mango Rhum!

Ivana said that this cocktail mix is the perfect summer drink to have while you relax during the weekends or your virtual gatherings via Zoom with friends and colleagues.

“During these times when there’s a lot going on in the world, it’s important to be kind to others and to ourselves. Find time to chill and relax, whether by yourself or with your loved ones,” Ivana said.

To see how Ivana’s favorite Mango Rhum is done, scan the code below:

Make your own Tanduay Mango Rhum

To know more about the brand, check out my previous articles on Tanduay:

  1. http://thetennisfoodie.com/filipino-pride-tanduay-ranked-worlds-no-1-rum/
  2. http://thetennisfoodie.com/tanduay-partners-with-celebrity-chef-jp-anglo/
  3. http://thetennisfoodie.com/top-culinary-and-mixology-experts-to-judge-tanduay-rum-fests-food-bartending-contests/
  4. http://thetennisfoodie.com/tanduays-exciting-new-cocktail-flavors-now-available-via-shots-ph/

31 thoughts on “Ivana Alawi Cools Down With the Tanduay Mango Rhum”

  1. I don’t drink so I am interested in the part up to adding the Rhum. Mangoes from the Philippines? I will have to figure out how to get those here to give this a try!

  2. I don’t drink, but I can share this drink recipe with my sister, and I am sure she will love it.

  3. Tanduay sounds like an awesome rum. I’m a big fan of rum and fruit, and mango is one of my favorite fruits ever. I’ll have to try this.

  4. Unfortunately i don’t drink but this seems like a combo that i can try.. Does it still taste bitter despite the addition of mango? . Also Ivana is enough to convince me lols

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