Baskin-Robbins Debuts Mangonada

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Baskin-Robbins’ celebration of this authentic chilled treat swirls the flavor of mango puree with salty chamoy and a dusting of Tajín.

Baskin-Robbins is introducing its tribute to the mangonada, the iconic Mexican beverage.

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Known in Mexico as a mangonada or chamango, the Baskin-Robbins verison of the frozen beverage has the tropical flavor of mango puree with a salty and tart kick of chamoy and a dusting of Tajín Clásico Seasoning.

The flavor innovators at Baskin-Robbins have been working on creating its tribute to the Mangonada for more than two years, making its mission to bring the authentic taste of this beverage to shops nationwide.

Also making its menu debut is Watermelon Swirl Sorbet, the April Flavor of the Month. The dairy-free option is a tart raspberry-flavored ribbon swirled into watermelon sorbet.

Shannon Blakely, vice president of marketing and culinary, Baskin-Robbins, said, "As a brand rooted in flavor innovation, our team is constantly looking for ways to bring bold, exciting new flavors to our guests. We are excited to share the mangonada with all of our guests and honor the culture of many of the communities we serve."

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