BLUE DEVIL COCKTAIL - Cooking and Recipes

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BLUE DEVIL COCKTAIL

BLUE DEVIL COCKTAIL
BLUE DEVIL COCKTAIL RECIPE
I love sipping on a pretty blue drink during the summer. This Blue Devil Cocktail recipe will have you dreaming of a long walk on a tropical beach.
In my quest to bring you some sweet sips for the warm weather I picked up an old copy of the 1001 Cocktails Book. As you may have guessed by the title the book has over 1000 cocktail recipes.
What I love about this cocktail recipe book is that it breaks the chapters down by the main type of liquor used.
It makes it so easy to flip to the chapter you need. If you have some rum sitting around waiting to be turned into a delicious cocktail recipe then just turn to the chapter on rum and pick a rum cocktail recipe.
This Blue Devil Cocktail recipe was supposed to be a Green Devil Cocktailrecipe as written in the book. I don’t know if it is my eyes or what but this drink looks blue to me. Hence the name change.
The color may depend on the type of orange juice used. I mean there is a slight variation in the colors of orange juice at the store. There is also a difference in the color of Blue Curacao depending on the brand.
So be warned there is a good possibility you may end up with an actual Green Devil instead of a Blue Devil drink depending on the ingredients you use.
HOW TO MAKE A BLUE DEVIL COCKTAIL

Ingredients
  • lime juice
  • confectioner sugar
  • 1 oz light Bacardi Rum
  • 1/2 oz blue curacao
  • 1 oz orange juice
Directions
  1. Rim a cocktail glass with the lime juice and confectioners sugar.
  2. In a shaker filled with ice add the rum, curacao, and orange juice.
  3. Shake until well chilled.
  4. Pour into a cocktail glass filled with ice.
  5. Garnish with a slice of lime.
BLUE DEVIL COCKTAIL
Author: Arlene Mobley - Flour On My Face
Prep Time: 3 mins 
Total Time: 3 mins
Yield: 1 
Category: Blue Cocktail Recipe

DESCRIPTION
Sip on this pretty Blue Devil cocktail as you are chilling out by the pool.

INGREDIENTS
  • lime juice
  • confectioner sugar
  • 1 oz light Bacardi Rum
  • 1/2 oz blue curacao
  • 1 oz orange juice
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INSTRUCTIONS
  1. Rim a cocktail glass with the lime juice and confectioners sugar.
  2. In a shaker filled with ice add the rum, curacao, and orange juice.
  3. Shake until well chilled.
  4. Pour into a cocktail glass filled with ice.
  5. Garnish with a slice of lime.
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