Blue Curacao Margarita Recipe

I L-O-V-E margaritas! They are one of my favorite drinks! I found out I was pregnant with my 2nd child on December 23rd, 2007, two days later I received a Margaritaville Margarita Machine for Christmas. I must say that was the longest nine months just staring at it, I swear it was taunting me. This Blue Curacao Margarita is one of my absolute favorite margaritas and it's a show stopper.
Blue Curacao Margarita Recipe. It is better than a regular lime margarita and fun for a party!

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 I love our favorite traditional margarita recipe but when we want to return to the tropics and have something fun or something a little more unique, this is our go to Margarita. You can make them for a party in a margarita machine, in your blender or mix the ingredients and pour over ice. I love my margarita slushy and icy! I love my Margaritaville margarita machine

for the perfect icy margarita but you can also make them perfect in a high powered blender like the Ninja blender


Blue Curacao Margarita Recipe. It is better than a regular lime margarita and fun for a party!

Blue Curacao Margaritas became a thing for me on my honeymoon in Aruba. I could not get enough of them. My husband was a bartender during college so I asked him to figure it out. Luckily he did and they just make a party so much more fun!

How to perfectly salt the rim of a blue curacao margarita.

Many people have a strong opinion on salted vs. unsalted rims but there is a secret to getting the perfect salted rim. Before pouring your margarita into the glass Take a lime wedge and run it around the edge of the glass, pressing hard to make sure you get the juice all over it. Pour course salt onto a small plate and press or roll the glass rim into it. Then pour the margarita into the glass in the center to keep from messing up the edge. Add a wedge of lime or put an orange slice and cherry on a skewer or cocktail pick to decorate and you have the perfect margarita.

Blue Curacao Margarita Recipe

Blue Curacao Margarita Recipe

  • 1 ounce fresh squeezed lime juice
  • 1 ounce blue curacao
  • 1 1/2 ounce tequila
  1. Mix together lime juice, blue curacao, and tequila. Add ice and shake or stir. Garnish and enjoy

Want another amazing cocktail for your party try this agua loca recipe.
Agua Loca - This sweet & fruity drink has just 2 ingredients! It's the easiest cocktail recipe and your gonna love it!

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16 Comments

Blue Crab Margarita 1 1/4 oz tequila 3/4 oz Blue CuraƧao 1 1/2 oz sour mix Splash of Sprite or OJ For a Martini sub vodka for tequila Great cocktails for a party or just sitting on the porch swing! Cheers!
Brenda Haines says:
I thought this giveaway was running for months?
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steve weber says:
my favorite is straight up on the rocks with no salt.
Thomas Murphy says:
I like mango margaritas.
courtney b says:
I would love to go next month .. would probably take my best friend. Thank you!
Brenda Haines says:
The Perfect Margarita Salt, for rimming the glass Ice 1 1/2 ounces tequila 1 ounce freshly squeezed lime juice 1/2 ounce Cointreau (not Triple Sec)
I like strawberry margaritas
Janice Cooper says:
I would like to take my hubby to the festival next month for his birthday
Dana Cerrito says:
Im gonna visit on my birthday
I really like blended margaritas - I didn't know margaritas on the rocks were even a thing until I moved to New England!
Amanda Sakovitz says:
I love classic strawberry margaritas!
Tina Lerro says:
My all-time favorite margarita is the mint margarita! You just toss in fresh mint leaves into a traditional margarita recipe, and blend. Looks really pretty garnished w/ some fresh mint leaves too!
Mary Happymommy says:
I plan on checking out the festival on my husband's birthday.