Marketability of Mango-Ya Mocktail


  • Rodrigo Cubejano
  • John Lourence Dense
  • Ann Rachel Dialogo
  • Isabel Robles
  • Aubrey Mendoza
  • Dave Pilar
  • Paul Vincent Quinto


Mango-Ya, mocktail, cocktail


Mango-ya mocktail is a combination of fruit and vegetable, which are green mango and bitter melon with the strawberry flavor of the grenadine syrup mocktails that are in any mixed drink that does not contain alcohol. The name “mocktail” is derived from the word “mock,” meaning to “imitate” or “mimic.”Mocktails are consumed by those who do not want to drink alcohol. Mocktails are generally sweet because they are prepared by mixing fruit juices, and sugar syrup juices make a great base for mocktails because they are full of flavor from the fruits and veggies, which contain antioxidants, phytonutrients, and minerals. Plus, they are easier to digest because they do not have fiber. Experimental research and randomized experimental designs were used in this study. The researchers used a survey questionnaire as the instrument to gather information. A simple random sampling technique was used to select the respondents. The results of this study showed that the weighted mean for the students was3.46, with the verbal interpretation of strongly agree. The weighted mean for teachers was3.59, with the verbal interpretation of strongly agree. The researchers recommended that future researchers should conduct a further study on this topic to gain more knowledge about it. Hence, the product has good taste, aroma, nutritional value, and good presentation.



How to Cite

Cubejano, R., Dense, J. L. ., Dialogo, A. R. ., Robles, I. ., Mendoza, A. ., Pilar, D. ., & Quinto, P. V. . (2020). Marketability of Mango-Ya Mocktail. Ascendens Asia Singapore – Bestlink College of the Philippines Journal of Multidisciplinary Research, 2(1). Retrieved from

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