Blue Curacao Mocktail
June 18, 2018

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Hello Everyone,

Most of the people don’t like to have something to eat but love to have something to drink in summer. I am back with one more Summer Refreshing drink with fizzy taste again Blue Curacao Mocktail.

This is a very colorful and refreshing mocktail that can make any party interesting. It has sweet-sour to taste and the sprite in it adds to the flavor. Of course, you can add vodka or rum to make the cocktail.

What do you mean Curacao?

Curacao is a tropical island in Carribean Sea. It is surrounded by beautiful clear blue and turquoise water. Agriculture of Oranges is being done on this island. So, Blue Curacao Syrup is made up of Oranges.

So, why Blue?

It is Blue Because Curacao Island is surrounded by beautiful blue oceans and blue skies. Another reason for the blue is that a mocktail simply looks stunning with some blue coloring in it.

Now, enough of the information. Let’s start with the mocktail.

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Here’s, what all you need to make Blue Curacao Mocktail?

Simple Syrup or Sugar Syrup – 3 tbsp

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Blue Curacao Syrup – 3 tbsp

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Ice Cubes – 9 – 10 cubes

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Lemon Slices – 4 – 5 slices

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Sprite or Chilled Soda Water as required

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How to make Blue Curacao Mocktail?

Take the tall glass, add 9 – 10 Ice Cubes, 3 tbsp of Sugar Syrup, 4 slices of Lemon, 3 tbsp of Blue Curacao Syrup and add Sprite or Chilled Soda Water as required.

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Stir it using Stirrer.

Drink and get cool.

Hope you love its taste.

Thank You…!!!

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