Beautiful Blue Lagoon Mocktail Recipe

by Mama Loves A Drink

One of summer’s most fabulously fun cocktails can be modified for serving as a mocktail tool!

The Blue Lagoon is super simple to pull together but adds an incredibly vivid and playful touch to any party. You can mix and match with the garnishes to fit your theme – cherries on top for 4 July or add a citrus twist and umbrella for a tropical vibe!

Serve up in any glass you like but we love a tall glass like a hurricane of highball to seamlessly blend in with the tropical cocktail family. Let’s jump into how to make a Blue Lagoon Mocktail!

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Blue Lagoon Mocktail

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Tools you will need for making a Blue Lagoon

  • Measuring spoons
  • Citrus squeezer
  • Lons stirring spoon
  • Serving glasses – can be a highball or hurricane glass for a cocktail-like appearance
  • Ice cubes
  • Citrus peeler (optional)
  • Paper straws & umbrellas to serve (optional)

Find all our favourite tools for your home cocktail bar here.

Yield: 4

Blue Lagoon Mocktail

Blue Lagoon Mocktail

A wonderful summer-vibe drink sure to transport you to the beach with it's tropical vibes, perfect for those who cannot enjoy the alcoholic version, you can still be the life of the party!

Prep Time 3 minutes
Total Time 3 minutes


  • 20ml Curacao Syrup
  • 20ml Freshly Squeezed Lemon Juice
  • 120ml Sugar Syrup
  • 1 Litre Club Soda
  • Handful of Mint (to crush and garnish)
  • Orange Peel (optional garnish)
  • Ice Cubes


1. Add to each serving glass one teaspoon each of lemon juice and curacao syrup, 1 tablespoon of sugar syrup and a mint leaf
2. Stir with a long spoon
3. Add ice on top
4. Top off the glass with club soda and gently stir through
5. Garnish with mint leaves, a swirl of orange peel or lemon - or event a cute umbrella!
Serve while chilled

Things to know about Blue Curacao Syrup

As you may guess, Blue Curacao Syrup is a non-alcoholic substitute for Blue Curacao, a citrus-flavoured Caribbean liqueur made using the dried peel of the Laraha citrus fruit.

Blue Curacao Syrup is made from pure cane sugar with natural citrus flavours added to replicate both the colour and taste of the original. Some leading brands to look for in your liquor store include Torani, DaVinci Gourmet Blue Ocean Syrup or Giffard Blue Curacao Syrup.

The Blue Curacao Syrup can be quite sweet of itself, so you may need to balance out exactly how much additional sugar syrup you add – or omit the sugar syrup completely if you don’t like your mocktails overly sweet.

More mocktails to try

If you’d like more mocktail ideas made with this champion ingredient, pop on over to our favourite Blue Mocktail recipes here – perfect for 4 July Celebrations, ocean & tropical theme parties and even wintery themes!

Our complete collection of magical mocktails can be found here.

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