Concrete structures can be deteriorated in extreme service conditions especially for fire incidents. For the evaluation of the post-fire performance, analytical methods are very powerful and useful. However, widely applicable mechanical models of fire-damaged material have not yet been proposed. To develop such models, the scale of control volume considering strength, stiffness and deformability is one of important factors. This paper presents an experimental study in which visual observations and mechanical properties of oven-dried mortar after exposed to the fire curves of ISO 834 and ASTM E119 for 90 minutes and to be left to cool down in air were conducted. Mortars were made from two different types of fine aggregate and cement. Experimental results indicate that the raw material made mortar is a prominent factor to introduce the different fire damage characteristics. Meanwhile, the mechanical properties of mortar in fire problem are strongly related to temperature that mortars were experienced to.