Guide to Blue Curacao

When you throw blue curacao into a drink it transforms it into something magical.

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If there’s one liqueur that best represents a tropical vacation, it has to be Blue Curacao. This sweet, fruity liqueur has an unmistakable tropical flavor that’s clean, pure, and simple. And the color is the perfect shade of island blue that makes you imagine bright, sunny, pristine white sand beaches.

The blue curacao drinks on this list all have great flavors that you can drink whether you’re at home or on vacation.

The best part is, these curacao drinks aren’t hard to make so you can whip up a batch of drinks when friends come over or whenever you want to have something exotic.

Blue lagoon cocktail with blue curacao liqueur, vodka, lemon juice and soda.

You might never have had a blue drink before but the color alone makes you feel like you’re in another world.

The blue liquor is actually a liqueur made in the Caribbean and has a citrus flavor that makes the blue alcoholic drinks below taste divine.

You find that these blue cocktails are mixed with different kinds of liquor too, so no matter what your preference, you’ll find something for yourself.

The next time you’re looking to make blue curacao cocktails this list has you covered.

Sit back and note your favorites from the best blue curacao recipes below and you’ll have something fun and tasty to drink the next time a craving hits.

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1. Blue Devil

This is another great looking drink that goes in a martini glass and is sure to wow any guests you have over.

You’ll want to garnish this with a lemon slice on the rim because you’ll add a little juice to the mixture as well.

Serve up this fantastic drink when you have a little more time on your hands and just want to unwind from a long day but want to have a fun time doing it.

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2. Blue Hawaii

If you’re looking for the most popular blue mixed drinks, there is none bigger than the blue Hawaiian.

This is a great drink for everyone to enjoy whether they’re male or female because it has flavors that are fruity and not too strong.

If you have something to celebrate, Blue Hawaii is the perfect blue alcoholic drink.

All you will need to make this popular blue curacao cocktail below are three ingredients.

Blend the blue curaçao, pineapple juice, and coconut cream together until it reaches your desired consistency then pour into the glass with cubed or crushed ice cubes.

Lime slices are typically added to this drink but not always so if you want to follow a tradition that’s up to you.

If you’re looking for a tropical holiday in a cup, then this drink is for you.

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3. Envy

Making this classy blue curaçao liqueur drink will certainly make you the envy of everyone’s eye because the drink looks just as good as it tastes.

The classy way for you to serve this at home is in a martini glass so you can really get a good look at the ice cold blue color.

This is another one you can garnish with a cherry and you can either put it straight into the drink or you can stick a small toothpick through it and rest it on the glass.

It doesn’t take long to serve at all, but the presentation is everything so make sure it looks fantastic if you’re serving it to guests.

All you need is a cocktail shaker to mix up all the ingredients and easily strain it into the martini glass.

This one takes slightly longer to prepare so make sure you have to make a ton when you whip out the ingredients.

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4. Blue Margarita

The traditional marg is no match for this blue drink alcohol mixture.

The margarita is a strong tequila flavored drink that is popular in tropical destinations, but this blue version with curacao really puts it over the top.

That’s because once you take a sip of this blue curacao cocktail you’ll be enjoying flavors like orange juice, sweet and sour mix, and, of course, tequila.

To make blue drinks like this, just pour all the ingredients into a glass with ice and stir to combine then enjoy your margarita.

This drink takes no time at all to prepare for guests and always makes them smile because it’s so colorful and tastes amazing too!

Garnish this one with a lime wedge on the rim so people can squeeze it in the glass if they want.

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5. Midnight Kiss

The midnight kiss is a sparkling cocktail made with blue curacao so it’s a nice way to mix things up without having the same old drink over again.

It’s much more refreshing than some of the other heavy drinks on this list and it doesn’t have nearly as much sugar as the other drinks either.

You’ll want to use some champagne flutes for this drink to make it feel very authentic like you’re drinking a fancy cocktail right at home.

The rim can even be covered in sugar just like a margarita if you want it to be a bit sweeter.

Make sure to garnish it with a couple of cherries because the red will go perfectly with your blue mixed drink.

This drink goes best on a brunch weekend when you’re with your lady friends and want to make some drinks that feel fancy without having to spend a ton of money.

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6. Blue Long Island Iced Tea

The long island iced tea is the perfect drink if you want to get a lot of alcohol in a short amount of time but this blue version makes it appealing for anyone.

This is one of the blue curacao mixed drinks that transforms the entire drink from its original in terms of taste and appearance.

If you’re not a huge fan of the Long Island, don’t worry, this blue version is very easy to make and you’ll love the results.

All you will need for this drink is some vodka, gin, tequila, white rum, triple sec, cherry liqueur, cola or lemon-lime soda, and blue curacao.

Make sure that all of your ingredients are ice cold before mixing them together and enjoy every last drop.

If you want to add a little more spice to this cocktail, try mixing in some cranberry juice instead of cola or lemon-lime soda.

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7. Rainbow Paradise

When you really want to impress the guests there is only one drink that will do the trick.

The rainbow paradise is perfect because it looks exactly like a rainbow and it’s packed with all the best flavors.

This blue drink recipe is made by mixing together rum, pineapple juice, grenadine, and blue curacao but there’s a trick.

You have to make sure to add them in the right order so that the liquids float on top of each other instead of mixing together.

If you get this just right you should be having guests ask you for the recipe because it looks so beautiful to drink.

The only problem with this one is you can’t really prep this ahead of time or keep it in large batches because the entire drink is based on its looks.

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8. Aqua Velva

Not many people know about the aqua Velva as much as some other drinks on this list, but it’s just as good as anything else.

This blue alcohol drink is made with vodka, rum, gin, triple sec, and blue curacao for a sweet taste with hints of citrus.

To make this blue curacao cocktail you’ll need to combine all the ingredients in a pitcher filled with ice, stir to blend it evenly then pour into your favorite glass.

When you’re ready to serve, garnish with lemon slices if desired and enjoy the party.

This blue drink alcohol mixture is great for any time of year but especially perfect during the summer when it’s hot outside.

This is one kind of drink you can make in big batches because people will be asking for more than just one cup.

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9. Wrecked Pirate

If you’ve never had a wrecked pirate, it’s a rum based drink with pineapple and a little bit of lime juice added in.

You’ll love the tropical taste of this blue curacao cocktail because it really brings the drink together nicely.

If you want to go ahead and turn this into a frozen version of the wrecked pirate, take all the ingredients and toss them in a blender.

There are so many variations to try out when making this blue drink recipe but they all have one thing in common – it’s delicious no matter what.

If you want, go ahead and add some grenadine on top as another sweet touch because this drink will really appreciate another added flavor.

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10. Blue Lagoon

The blue lagoon is just as pretty as it is tasty and it’s a perfect drink to serve at a big party.

This blue curacao cocktail is typically made with gin, vodka, triple sec, coconut rum, and blue curacao but there are many different variations of the recipe depending on who makes it.

To make this one, all you have to do is mix together all the ingredients like a blue carousel and then serve it up in a nice cocktail glass.

You can even add an orange slice as a garnish because the citrus will go perfectly with the curacao.

This drink can be a little fancier than some others so it’s best enjoyed if you make it from scratch every time.

Blue lagoon cocktail with blue curacao liqueur, vodka, lemon juice and soda.

Guide to Blue Curacao (+Blue Devil Cocktail)

These recipes are sure to please. So, gather your family and friends and enjoy. Let us know your thoughts!
5 from 5 votes
Total Time 8 mins
Course Drinks
Cuisine American
Servings 2
Calories 277 kcal

Ingredients
  

  • 1 part Blue Curacao
  • 3 parts Gin
  • 1 part freshly squeezed lemon juice
  • 3-4 ice cubes
  • Lemon slices for garnish optional

Instructions
 

  • Pour Blue Curacao, gin, lemon juice into ice-filled cocktail shaker.
  • Shake well for at least 45-60 seconds.
  • Pour through a sieve into a tall ice-filled serving glass.
  • Garnish with lemon slices.

Notes

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Nutrition

Calories: 277kcal
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