• September 26, 2022

Alcohol Review: Mr. Stacks Blue Curacao

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I feel like when alcohol reviews are done that oftentimes mixers are overlooked. I decided to round out my reviews with a couple that I have not tried. Blue Curacao is used in unnumbered cocktails, and you might think curacaos are all the same but I assure you they are not. I was looking through the store’s inventory and kept seeing the same old curacaos that I’ve seen everywhere. I finally hit the third page of my search and was surprised at all of the brands that produce this liqueur.

I was looking for something that was unfamiliar to me and stumbled onto the Mr. Stacks brand. They produce bar standard flavors like triple sec, curacao, and peppermint. Then I found other lesser-used flavors that sound amazing, such as gingerbread, toasted coconut, maple pecan, and pumpkin spice. While this is considered a value line, I was very impressed with the taste and quality of this blue curacao.

I went ahead and made drinks that don’t just use this as a colorant, or filler. The flavor of a blue curacao is mixed citrus a little heavier on the orange side. It works for almost anything. I decided to make these drinks to name sites with beautiful blue bodies of water.


Highball Glass

In a tall glass with ice

  • 2 oz Mr. Stacks Blue Curacao
  • 2 Dashes Lemon Bitters
  • 1 oz Orange Vodka
  • Soda water

Add ingredients to a highball glass with ice and fill with soda water.


Bucket Glass

  • 1 oz Mr. Stacks Blue Curacao
  • A Squeeze of Lime Juice
  • Pineapple Juice

Add ingredients to a bucket glass with ice and fill with orange juice.

Grand Cayman

Tulip Glass

  • 2 oz Mr. Stacks Blue Curacao
  • 1 oz Coconut Rum
  • 1 oz Blood Orange Vodka
  • Passionfruit Seltzer
  • Orange Wheel

Add ingredients to a tulip glass with ice and fill with passionfruit seltzer, and garnish with an orange wheel.

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Ex-AFK Bartender, writes about live music, locals, MtG, and generally nerdy stuff.

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