James Carrier
2 cups (serving size: 4 oz.)

Blue moon cocktails are a fun, frozen martini featuring blue curaçao, vanilla syrup, and fresh orange juice. Whipping creams adds a hint of creamy texture to the drink.

How to Make It

In a blender, combine all ingredients and whirl until smooth. Pour into four martini glasses (4 oz.) and garnish the rim of each glass with a slice of orange.

Ratings & Reviews

OldWarhorse's Review

July 30, 2012
Sorry, no, this is not the recipe for a Blue Moon cocktail. This disgustingly sweet concoction would be enough to put a person into a diabetic coma! The real Blue Moon cocktail is a variation of the Aviation cocktail and contains gin, crème de violette and lemon juice, shaken with ice and served in chilled a martini glass. If you Google 'Blue Moon Cocktail', you'll come up with variations on this recipe, as shown in the Washington Post: Ingredients: Ice 2 ounces dry gin, such as Tanqueray 1/2 ounce freshly squeezed lemon juice 1/2 ounce creme de violette Directions: Fill a mixing glass two-thirds full with ice. Add the gin, lemon juice and creme de violette. Shake vigorously and strain into a cocktail (martini) glass. Recipe Source: Adapted from "The Fine Art of Mixing Drinks," by David A. Embury (Doubleday, 1948).

sanahans's Review

May 06, 2014

georgiesmybaby's Review

September 04, 2012

SunnyGrace's Review

February 07, 2012