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24 Delicious Blue Curacao Drink Recipes

If you need some blue curacao drink recipes for your next party, you’ve come to the

You know how restaurants make blue margaritas? They just replace the clear triple sec with blue curacao

You can learn more about blue curacao here – its origins, history, and what makes it unique

For now, all you need to know is that any drink automatically becomes more fun when it’

It replaces the cranberry juice with blue curacao, so you get a drink that's blue in color

The Shark Bite cocktail tastes fantastic, with spiced rum and lots of fruity flavors

But part of the fun is dropping in the grenadine so it looks like blood in ocean

The Blue Skies is a bubbly citrus flavored bright blue cocktail

The Hard Ocean Water cocktail was inspired by the Ocean Water beverage sold at Sonic's drive-in

The Garnet Crow is a wonderful blend of fruit and spice flavors

You can garnish it with a mint sprig, or keep it dark and mysterious, with no garnish

The Blue Hawaiian is one of our most delicious blue curaçao cocktails

The Spooky Juice is a funky green that makes it perfect for Halloween

This deep greenish-blue drink features blue curacao, Midori, fruit juice and more

This version of the Shamrock Juice cocktail features several different liquors along with two mixers that combine

It's easy to make, and features Tropicana Twister with blue curacao and more

The sweetness comes from the raspberry schnapps and the tangy from the orange flavor of the blue

The taste of lychee in this light blue cocktail is sweet and slightly flowery and rather delicate

This contrasts beautifully with the tartness of the grapefruit juice and the sweet-tart of the orange from

The Mage's Fire is very much the sort of shot that's intended to get you drunk quickly

  It blends citrus, pineapple, lemon juice and coconut notes into a lovely blue-green liquid reminiscent of the

It's one of the easiest tropical flavor cocktails you'll ever make

It bears very little resemblance to a traditional martini, but it certainly has a Caribbean flair

It naturally uses rum as its main spirit - specifically a lemon flavored rum

If you don’t have it on hand, you can substitute Blue Curacao