Curaçao is a Caribbean liqueur made using the dried peel of the Laraha citrus fruit. Blue curaçao is essentially the same thing, but it’s doctored with artificial blue coloring, which adds a bold appearance to cocktails. Look at fun mid-century concoctions like the Blue Hawaii, eye-catching drinks that take their names in part from their use of blue curaçao, and you can see the product’s appeal.
There is non-alcoholic version as a syrup :- https://www.amazon.in/Monin-Blue-Curacao-Syrup-250ml/dp/B00LASMHAC
- 1 liter vodka
- 1 liter gin
- Zest of 12 navel oranges
- 4 tablespoons dried bitter orange peel
- 32 cloves
- 8 cups sugar
- 6 cups water
- Blue food coloring
- Combine vodka, gin, orange zest and dried bitter orange peel in a large container, and let it sit for 20 days.
- Add 32 cloves and let sit for one additional day.
- Strain the liquid through a coffee filter.
- Once strained, add 8 cups sugar and 6 cups water. Stir until dissolved.
- Add blue food coloring a few drops at a time until desired color is reached.