Blue Curacao Cocktail Inspired By Alosa

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The Blue Curacao Cocktail is a strong and refreshing cocktail that will have you feeling like you’re on the beach!  This drink is perfect for any time of year, but it’s especially nice when it’s hot outside.

When thinking of this beachy cocktail, I immediately thought of pirates and the book Daughter of the Pirate King by Tricia Levenseller. If there’s any drink that screams “Alosa” it’s this Blue Curacao Cocktail. With its vibrant and intoxicating flavor, this Blue Curacao Cocktail recipe is one you won’t want to miss while reading Daughter of the Pirate King.

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Why You’ll Love This Blue Curacao Cocktail with Daughter Of The Pirate King

Daughter of the Pirate King by Tricia Levenseller

Genre: Young Adult, Fantasy Fiction

Pages: 311 pg

Read It Here: Amazon, Book Depository, Barnes & Nobles, Waterstones


“Sent on a mission to retrieve an ancient hidden map—the key to a legendary treasure trove—seventeen-year-old pirate captain Alosa deliberately allows herself to be captured by her enemies, giving her the perfect opportunity to search their ship.
More than a match for the ruthless pirate crew, Alosa has only one thing standing between her and the map: her captor, the unexpectedly clever and unfairly attractive first mate, Riden. But not to worry, for Alosa has a few tricks up her sleeve, and no lone pirate can stop the Daughter of the Pirate King.” – (Goodreads)

Blue Curacao Cocktail and Alosa’s Drink Make The Perfect Pair

This short, but sweet book was exactly what I needed to push me out of my reading slump. I absolutely adored this pirate-themed book as we follow Alosa and Riden as they sail the sea. Alosa’s character is like no other which is why this  Blue Curacao Cocktail is made for her.

Alosa in her entirety is this determined, strong headed woman. She’s independent and fierce, which makes her so irresistible to Riden. 

I chose to dedicate this drink to Alosa because not only did the Blue Curacao Cocktail remind me of the deep sea, but it also has this fierce flavor to it. This combination of strong flavors with a tinge of sweetness is how I personally feel Alosa is represented as.

Equipment Needed To Make Blue Curacao Cocktail

  1. Blender – The Nutribullet is a personal favorite of mine!
  2. Juicer if you prefer fresh juice 
  3. Cutting Board & Kitchen Knife
  4. Reusable ziplock bags for any extra fruit

 Ingredients For Your Cocktail

  1. Vodka
  2. Rum 
  3. Blue Curaçao
  4. Pineapple Juice
  5. Pineapple Slice 
  6. Ice

How To Make A Blue Curacao Cocktail

  1. 1 oz vodka
  2. 1 oz rum 
  3. 1 oz blue curaçao
  4. 3 oz pineapple juice
  5. Pineapple slice for garnish 
  6. Mix ingredients separately and pour over ice

Other Books & Drink Pairings You’ll Love

Red, White & Royal Blue Inspired Strawberry Hennessy – This drink is inspired by the one and only Henry from Red, White and Royal Blue. It’s sweet, but dominant in flavor just like this fruity guy.

Mango Mocktail Inspired by Fable – Mangos and the book Fable by Adrienne Young just go together like peanut butter and jelly. It’s an absolute perfect mix!

Ace of Spades Inspired Crown Apple Cocktail – Ace of Spades was one of my favorite books from September, so I knew I had to dedicate this Crown Apple Cocktail to Devon.

Blue Curacao Mocktail FAQs

1. What else does Blue Curacao mix well with?

  1. Bluebird Drink
  2. Blue Lagoon Drink
  3. Blue Margarita
  4. Indianapolis Cocktail

2. Can you drink Blue Curacao on the rocks?

Yes! You can have this drink neat or on the rocks.

3. What kind of alcohol is blue Curacao?


4. Do you have to refrigerate Blue Curacao?

You do not need to freeze or refrigerate hard liquor when it’s sealed shut!

I hope you enjoyed this post and plan on making this delicious drink! What do you think next weeks drink is going to be and which book will it be inspired by?

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