This blue lagoon mocktail recipe takes only 4 ingredients and 2 minutes of your time to pull together. It’s incredibly delicious and an easy summer drink that’s perfectly refreshing in every sip!

Non-alcoholic drinks (featuring lots of Mocktail Recipes with Sprite) are our specialty around here! We are very well known for our delicious virgin strawberry daiquiri, virgin mint julep, raspberry mocktail, and strawberry mocktail!

A Blue Lagoon Mocktail against a white background.

Why This Recipe Works

  • It has a gorgeous and dazzling blue hue to it making it so much fun for special occasions like baby showers and the fourth of July! Even beach-themed events are a great excuse to whip out this blue lagoon mocktail drink recipe.
  • It has a wonderful citrus flavor that tastes like you’re drinking a blue cup of orange juice. Doesn’t that sound both fun and refreshing?
  • No special equipment is needed. This drink doesn’t need any fancy bartender tools to pull together so you already have what you need to pull this simple drink together.
A blue lagoon mocktail drink on a gray background with a pink umbrella and lemon wedge on the edge of the cup.


  • Blue Curacao Syrup: This is a non-alcoholic version of Blue Curacao. It has a refreshing orange taste and a wonderful blue hue that’s practically mesmerizing. If you want to learn more about Blue Curacao and what it is you can read about it here.
  • 7 Up soda: To make this blue lagoon mocktail recipe we use 7 Up to give us the fizzy effect. You can also use Sprite.
  • Lemon juice: You will need 1-2 lemons.
Ingredients used to make a virgin blue lagoon drink recipe.

Step-by-Step Instructions

  1. In a large glass add your ice.
  2. Stir in your freshly squeezed lemon juice, blue curacao syrup, and 7 Up.
A tablespoon full of blue curaçao syrup being poured into a glass cup.
  1. Enjoy your drink immediately.
A can of 7 UP being poured into a glass cup that has blue curaçao syrup in it.

Recipe Tips

For the best Blue Lagoon Mocktail chill the blue curaçao syrup and 7 Up before making the drink. This reduces the need for ice.

If you want a stronger orange flavor you could try switching the fresh lemon juice for orange juice. I haven’t personally tried this, but I feel like it would still taste incredible.

For a fun twist switch out garnishes to fit party themes. A cherry on top adds a burst of color for patriotic events whereas a simple umbrella or citrus twist can make the drink look much more tropical. A fresh orange slice or sprig of mint is a great garnish idea too.

If you truly wish to make this drink alcoholic, a shot of vodka will do just fine.

For a fresh blueberry mocktail, try my Blueberry Mojito Mocktail recipe!

A glass cup full of a blue lagoon drink with a pink umbrella in the cup.


What does blue curacao syrup taste like?

It’s a sweetened syrup that has a light and refreshing orange taste to it that really comes through in your drink. Dyed with a blue hue this syrup is both tasty and pretty.

What type of glass do they use for a Blue Lagoon?

Traditionally this drink is served in a tall hurricane glass or a highball glass, but you can really serve it in just any tall glass that you already have on hand.

Can I use lemon concentrate instead of fresh squeezed?

Yes, while the fresher squeezed lemons do give a much nicer flavor to the drink there’s nothing wrong with taking an easy shortcut and using bottled lemon juice once in a while either.

Can I make a Blue Lagoon in advance?

While you could squeeze lemon juice and prep garnishes in advance you really don’t want to mix the drink before you’re ready to serve. This is because we don’t want the soda to lose carbonation or the ice to melt. For the full experience, we want cold ice and our 7-Up to be nice and bubbly.

Where does the blue coloring come from?

Curacao liqueur is colorless so the coloring comes from dye. The syrup’s coloring is from dye as well.

Does the blue coloring of blue curacao syrup affect the flavoring?

The blue coloring comes from food grade coloring, and it does not affect the flavoring of the syrup.

A Blue Lagoon Mocktail on a black background with a lemon next to the glass.

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A Blue Lagoon Mocktail in a large glass cup with a pink umbrella and lemon slice on the rim.
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5 from 2 votes

Blue Lagoon Mocktail

This refreshing blue lagoon mocktail recipe uses just 3 simple ingredients to deliver this non-alcoholic blue drink.
Prep Time: 2 minutes
Total Time: 2 minutes
Servings: 1 serving


  • 2 tablespoons lemon juice - about 1-2 lemons
  • 3 tablespoons blue curacao syrup
  • 12 oz 7 UP - or Sprite, chilled
  • ice


  • Add ice to a large cup. Stir in the freshly squeezed lemon juice, blue syrup, and 7 UP.
  • Enjoy immediately. 


Chill the blue curaçao syrup and 7 Up before making the drink. This reduces the need for ice.
Blue Curacao syrup has a light orange flavor taste to it. 


Calories: 281kcal (14%)Carbohydrates: 38g (13%)Protein: 1g (2%)Fat: 1g (2%)Saturated Fat: 1g (5%)Polyunsaturated Fat: 1gSodium: 34mg (1%)Potassium: 34mg (1%)Fiber: 1g (4%)Sugar: 71g (79%)Vitamin A: 2IUVitamin C: 12mg (15%)Calcium: 9mg (1%)Iron: 1mg (6%)
Course: Drinks
Cuisine: American
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