Blue Lagoon Mocktail Recipe

Blue lagoon mocktail drink recipe – How many times it has been that you come from scorching heat and all you crave is something cold, or its an event at home and you have easily sorted out all the alcoholic drinks, but for those who don’t consume alcohol, you feel that there is not much to be offered. I have had this scenario a few times and every time I serve some or the other mocktail, which not only is great to drink, also makes your ‘non-alcohol’ consuming guests equally welcome.

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 flavour. Of course you can add vodka or rum to make blue lagoon cocktail.

What is blue lagoon mocktail

Blue lagoon is a non-alcoholic drink and it has strikingly close resemblance to the blue lagoon in Iceland, hence the name. It gets its blue colour from Blue curacao syrup.

Ingredients for blue lagoon

  • Blue Curacao Syrup – 40 ml
  • Fresh Lemon Juice  – 1/2 tablespoon
  • Simple Sugar Syrup – 1.5 tablespoon or as per your taste
  • Lemonade  – 200 ml – You can use sprite or 7Up.
  • Soda – 60 ml
  • Lemon wedges for garnishing (Optional)
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Recipe for blue lagoon mocktail drink:

Making without shaker

  • Take a tall glass and add blue curaçao syrup, simple sugar syrup and lemon juice to it. 
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  • Now add 1-2 lemon wedges and fill half of  the glass with ice. 
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  • Now its times to add lemonade, following by topping it with the soda. 
  • Stir lightly with a spoon and garnish with lemon wedges or any other gently bitter product, such as lime.

Using shaker

  • Take a shaker and add blue curaçao syrup, simple sugar syrup and lemon juice to it. Now add ice and couple of lemon wedges (optional), give a good shake until its well chilled.
  • Transfer the contents to a glass and top up with lemonade, soda, garnish and serve.

How to make best mocktail

  • If you want a restaurant-quality drink, get king size ice moulds so the ice doesn’t melt and dilute your drink. A pro tip is to fill the moulds with boiling water before freezing it. This will remove air from the water resulting in maximum chill.
  • When shaking your mocktail in shaker, make sure you put in a bit of elbow grease to blend the ingredients well.
  • Adding a bitter to the dish, gives a professional edge. By this I imply that you add bitterness to the rim of glass or on top of drink. In simplest form, I will say add bitter lime.
  • The colder your mocktail is, the better it would taste, hence keep your glassware in the freezer for a minimum of 30 minutes before pouring in your drink.
  • Look at the expiry dates of all the ingredients from blue curaçao syrup, sugar syrup, to lemonade. Expired ingredients will easily spoil the taste and not good for health as well.
  • Do not compromise on garnishing, it is not only for presentation but it also adds flavour and aroma to the cocktail. The general rule of citrus includes wedges, wheels, twists and peels. In this mocktail, you can use lemon, lime or orange slices.
  • When using shaker, make sure that the shaker lid is properly sealed, before shaking, I have managed to do disaster of flipping the contents in the air more than once.

Serving Suggestion

Serve this mocktail freshly made in a cold glass with lots of ice with lemon wedges or orange slices. Do not forget to pair your drink with right nibbles.

Alcoholic version

For the alcoholic version of this blue lagoon, add 40 ml of vodka instead of soda in the recipe and add in the shaker, subsequently give a nice shake. This way your blue lagoon cocktail is ready in few minutes.

Other mocktail recipes

Virgin Mojito

Pina colada

Strawberry Margarita

Raspberry Mojito

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Blue Lagoon Mocktail Drink

Meenu Gupta
Beautiful hues of blue lagoon in the glass, a perfect quencher on any day.
5 from 4 votes
Prep Time 10 minutes
Total Time 10 minutes
Course Beverages
Cuisine Multi-National
Servings 1
Calories 344 kcal


  • Shaker


  • 40 ML Blue Curacao Syrup
  • 1/2 Tbsp Lime Juice Use fresh where possible
  • 1.5 Tbsp Simple Sugar Syrup
  • 200 ML Lemonde You can use Sprite or 7Up
  • 60 ML Soda Water
  • 1 Lemon Cut in wedges for garnishing (Optional)


  • Take a tall glass and add blue curaçao syrup, simple sugar syrup and lemon juice to it. 
  • Now add 1-2 lemon wedges and fill half of  the glass with ice. 
  • Now add lemonade and top it with the soda.
  • Stir lightly with a spoon/ stirrer and garnish with lemon wedges, serve.


  • Simple sugar syrup can be made by mixing equal part of water and sugar and then boiling them together until sugar dissolves.
  • You can mix everything together in a shaker and then can serve in your serving glass. I made it in serving glass only as i wanted my Mocktail to have layers of colour.
  • You can make cocktail by adding Vodka or Rum.
  • If you are Lazy or unable to do it yourself, you can find readymade Shakes from 


Nutrition Facts
Blue Lagoon Mocktail Drink
Amount Per Serving
Calories 344 Calories from Fat 9
% Daily Value*
Fat 1g2%
Saturated Fat 1g6%
Sodium 43mg2%
Potassium 161mg5%
Carbohydrates 88g29%
Fiber 3g13%
Sugar 79g88%
Protein 1g2%
Vitamin A 28IU1%
Vitamin C 59mg72%
Calcium 32mg3%
Iron 1mg6%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.
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4 thoughts on “Blue Lagoon Mocktail Recipe

  1. If I wanted to make 2 gallons of this drink can you provide the amounts of each ingredient

    1. Talking about 2 Gallons which is roughly 7.6litres, you will need to multiply ingredients by 25 times.

  2. Wow these look so good! Sometimes after a long, hard day at work you just want to come home and have a cool drink. I think it helps so many people relax and unwind from their day. And they taste so good!

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