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Blue Mojito
Blue Mojito cocktail: the Blue Curaçao variant of the famous Mojito!


For 1 person
3 cl cuban rum
3 cl Blue Curaçao
3 cl lime juice
6 cl sparkling water
7 à 10 fresh mint leaves
3 ou 4 lime wedges
1 cl simple syrup

How to make

Technique: straight to the glass / Glass: mojito / Type: long drink (15cl) / Time: 4 mn
  1. Add the mint, simple syrup and lime juice to the glass.

  2. Muddle the mint.

  3. Insert lime wedges.

  4. Fill the glass with crushed ice.

  5. Add the rum, the blue Curaçao, then the sparkling water.

  6. Stir with a mixing spoon.

  7. Decorate with a sprig of mint.


The Blue Mojito cocktail was created in the 2010s by Michaël Crespin, a French bartender who has worked in bars in Touraine and Vendée.

The blue Curaçao which comes to invite itself in this variation of the famous mojito not only gives the cocktail a very beautiful blue color, but also adds a delicate flavor of orange peel to the original mojitos.

Michaël Crespin about the Blue Mojito: ❝Just like the real Mojito, the biggest mistake not to make is to crush the lime wedges at the same time as the mint, it's something that we see unfortunately too often. The original recipe calls for crushing only the mint in lime juice to best diffuse the aromas. Furthermore, I prefer to use simple syrup instead of sugar for better homogeneity.❞

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