Blue Hawaiian Cocktail History
We always like when people, things, drinks are beautiful inside and outside. The most popular Tiki cocktail, Blue Hawaiian Cocktail, has flashing blue color and it looks enchanting from the outside. But, it’s even more seducing inside.
Blue Hawaiian Cocktail was invented by Harry Yee in Honolulu, 1957. Harry was a bartender in “Hilton Hawaiian Village“. An agent from ”BOLS” company visited him and told him that they are producing a new syrup named “Blue Curacao“. The agent asked Harry to create a new blue cocktail with use of this syrup. Because the syrup needed to be promoted. Harry started to mix this syrup with rum and juice… which he finally created a beautiful Tiki cocktail, Blue Hawaiian. Some people thing that he was inspired by the song ”Blue Hawaii by Elvis Presley ” and that’s why he gave such a name to the new Tiki cocktail.
“Blue Hawaiian Cocktail” has a tropical taste. It is very popular in the countries with Tiki culture and it’s also popular in Hawaii. If you want to drink something beautiful, sweet and tasty… Blue Hawaiian Cocktail is exactly what you need!
The big advantage for many people is that it is pretty easy to create this Tiki cocktail at home. If you are going to have a party or if you just want to create some tasty drinks… You’ll need the ingredients below and total of 1 minute. This rewarding Tiki cocktail flavor is quick and easy!
When you drink Blue Hawaiian Cocktail you automatically start to relax. It’s good to drink it during the vacations, somewhere near the sea or while listening to a nice light music in the background. But if you want to relax at home for some hours, that’ll also suit you perfectly! Prepare your cocktail shakers.
Blue Hawaiian Cocktail Ingredients
White Rum – 30ml
Pineapple Juice – 60ml
Coconut Cream – 30ml
Blue Curacao – 30ml
Blue Hawaiian Cocktail Preparation
1) Pour the ingredients into a cocktail shaker. Shake it for 10 seconds.
3) Strain the drink with cocktail strainer from shaker into the glass.
4) You can decorate your drink with a pineapple.