This easy and colorful tropical cocktail is nothing short of DELICIOUS!
I was recently asked by my previous employer, Bluewater Real Estate and Vacation Rentals, to create a signature cocktail for their summer vacation magazine. Bluewater was such a great company to work for and everyone was always so good to me, I had to create the most special cocktail for their vacationers to enjoy while visiting my little piece of paradise here on the east coast.
First off, this recipe is not sponsored. I just loved the company I worked for and all of my co-workers. They were the best co-workers EVER!
I remember trying to sell tickets for barbecue plates for a fundraiser for my friend’s husband who was battling cancer. When I went to my manager’s office, he told me to order a plate for the whole office for lunch, that the company was donating towards the cause while feeding all of us. How cool is that???
VERY cool. You just don’t forget when people are good to you and your loved ones.
How To Get the Blue and Green Color Effect in this Cocktail
You’ll add the pineapple juice LAST on top of the other ingredients to create the beautiful blue and green color combination… watch the video below to see how it’s done!
This cocktail is so easy to whip up with simple ingredients. Perfect for sipping on the porch while smelling the salty ocean breeze… and if you’re not on the ocean, that’s okay, too (because you’ll feel like you are after you take a sip of this cocktail!) Enjoy!
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Bluewater Breeze Cocktail
- 1 shot vodka 1.5 ounces
- 1 shot coconut rum 1.5 ounces
- 1 cup coconut water
- 1 tablespoon blue curacao
- 1 tablespoon cream of coconut
- ¼ cup pineapple juice
- Pineapple wedge and maraschino cherry optional garnish
- In a shaker with ice, pour vodka, coconut rum, coconut water, blue curacao and cream of coconut.
- Cover shaker, shake vigorously and pour into a glass. Top with pineapple juice.
- Garnish with pineapple wedge and/or maraschino cherry, if desired.
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