Dazzling Blue Lagoon Mocktail Recipe

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Dazzling Blue Lagoon Mocktail Recipe

What if you could make a drink that was quick to make, and refreshing at the same time? This impressive mocktail uses only three ingredients and is sure to impress. You will love its dazzling blue hue and delicious citrus flavor!

Blue Curaçao syrup, a lemon-lime soda, such as Sprite, and lemon juice, are the only three ingredients needed for this drink. 

It makes a big difference in the taste if you squeeze your own juice for this drink. Make sure the Sprite and the Curaçao syrup are chilled before mixing.

Blue Curaçao syrup smells and tastes like a clementine orange. Despite being very sweet, it has a mild orange flavor that compliments other ingredients.

Curaçao is a challenging word to pronounce, as it’s most certainly not phonetic! The proper pronunciation is “Cure-ah-Sow” or “Kur-ah-Sow.”  Click here to listen to the pronunciation.

The blue in Curaçao liqueur comes from dye, as the spirit is naturally colorless. Also, dye is used to color the syrup.

It is traditional to use a highball glass for a blue lagoon, but many people prefer hurricane glasses or martini glasses. There is no need for ice if the other ingredients are chilled. You can have ice anyway if you like!

Wait until just before serving to mix up the drink after rimming the glasses and squeezing the lemon juice. It’s important to keep the carbonation of Sprite.

If you want to make this into a slushie, make it completely ahead of time and pour it into a lidded glass container. Freeze for 4-6 hours, stirring halfway through. Break up any clumps before serving.

How to Make Blue Lagoon Mocktail

Whether you are making it for kids or adults, this non-alcoholic drink is refreshing and easy to make. Enjoy this blue lagoon mocktail on a hot summer day. Even better, you can make a fun slushy out of it!

Dazzling Blue Lagoon Mocktail Recipe
Dazzling Blue Lagoon Mocktail Recipe

Prep Time: 5 minutes
Total Time: 5 minutes 

Course: Drink
Cuisine: American 
Servings: 1 drink 
Calories: 370kcal 

Author: Ranjeeta Nath Ghai




  1. Using a citrus reamer, squeeze out the juice from a fresh lemon.
  2. Depending on your preference, add two or three ice cubes to the 15-ounce highball glass.
  3. To make the drink, add the lemon juice and blue Curaçao syrup into the glass.
  4. Add the Sprite slowly to the rest of the glass and stir gently to combine.
  5. As a garnish, place a lemon slice on top of the drink and a paper straw. Enjoy immediately.

Pro Tips 

  • The glasses should be rimmed by dipping them in water and then sugar.
  • To reduce the need for ice, chill Sprite and blue Curaçao syrup.
  • The drink can be turned into a slushie by freezing it in a freezer-friendly container for 4-6 hours. Midway through, stir well. If there are any clumps, break them up with a fork before serving.
  • Change up the garnish by using an orange slice or sprig of mint.

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  1. That looks like one cool summer drink. It seems apt for all parties and evenings. I actually need to get to know my glasses though, as I always presume that one mocktail glass will work for all drinks.

    1. Ranjeeta Nath Ghai says:

      Thank you so much for your feedback. ou can have different types of mocktail glasses too.

      1. That is an amazing thirst quencher definitely. I have read a similar kinda drink in a column of The Hindu. I tried it as a high schooler and it was lovely. It has been ages since I came across something that tempts me to try. I am gonna try this. Also, is it okay if we rim the glass with salt instead on sugar? Or will it ruin the drink?

        1. Ranjeeta Nath Ghai says:

          Thanks for your feed back. I’m sure salt will taste as good.

  2. This is one drink that I am really enamoured with. Thanks for sharing the recipe. The first time I saw it in the hands of a stranger at one of the glitzy restaurants that we had been to, I fell in love with it, and of course I had to have it. What I love is its cool and refreshing look backed by taste, of course.

    1. Ranjeeta Nath Ghai says:

      Thanks for your feed back. I love this too… the first time i had this was in a party in offr mess

  3. This looks amazing and so appetising
    I love the colour of the drink and it is easy to make
    Will definitely try it out in my next part
    Thank you for sharing

    1. Ranjeeta Nath Ghai says:

      Thanks for your feed back.

  4. I was never a party person nor do I drink. My hubby isn’t either but sometimes I get curious with all those cocktails/mocktails. Never dared to order in restaurants as I think it would be a waste if I didn’t like it. This is an eye-opener and made me realise I could also drink mocktails in those fancy glasses. haha. The ingredients aren’t too shabby as well! Appreciate you making this article.

    1. Ranjeeta Nath Ghai says:

      Thanks for your feed back. try it and you’ll love it

  5. Blue Lagoon mocktail is something that my daughter loves. Thanks for the recipe. Is the syrup helathy?

    1. Ranjeeta Nath Ghai says:

      When it comes to sinful pleasures, we can ignore the sugar in the syrup for once and work out more to balance it.

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