Frozen Blue Lagoon Margaritas are a refreshing–and beautiful– blended summer cocktail made with tequila, blue curacao, Sprite, and limeade.
They are as blue as a Caribbean sky and will have you feeling as though you are sipping on the tropical frozen cocktail on a beautiful white-sand beach on a remote island.
For more tasty frozen margaritas try our easy frozen watermelon margaritas, peach margaritas, and mermaid margaritas.
Not only are these blue cocktails beautiful, but they are delicious as well. Made with lemon-lime soda (e.g., Sprite, 7-Up), blue curacao, tequila, and limeade, this frozen margarita is packed with refreshing citrus flavors.
Perfect for enjoying poolside or at summer parties!
For a non-alcoholic option, try this delicious blue coconut ocean water.
Or give this Jack Frost Cocktail a try for an icy-blue winter cocktail option.
The recipe can easily be doubled–or tripled–for a crowd, so go ahead and whip up a pitcher for your next summer celebration.
More incredible summer party drinks
- Long Island Ice Tea
- Hawaiian Margarita
- Blue Hawaiian Jello Shots
- Peach Sangria
- Strawberry Jello Shots
- Caribbean Rum Punch
Blue Lagoon Margarita
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- 3 oz. lemon lime soda, such as Sprite
- 3 oz. tequila
- 2 oz. blue curacao
- 2 oz. limeade, we love Simply limeade
- 2 cups ice
- Fresh lime and coarse sugar, for rim and garnish
- In your blender, combine ice, lemon-lime soda, tequila, blue curaco, and limeade. Blend until smooth.
- To rim the glasses, add coarse sugar to a shallow bowl or saucer, run a wedge of lime along the rim of each glass, then dip into the sugar.
- Pour margaritas and garnish with fresh lime slices. Serve immediately.
The nutritional information provided is automatically calculated by a third party and intended to serve as an estimate only. The accuracy of nutritional information is not guaranteed.
Daisy Baucom says
I really enjoy the simple drink ideas
I assume the tequila goes in the blender too?
The instructions do not mention that.
Jaclyn Shimmel says
Yes, you are correct. Thank you for pointing the error in the instructions out to me. All fixed now 🙂