Blue Motorcycle

Blue Motorcycle

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    2 m
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    2 m
caliboo
Recipe by  caliboo

“Kind of like a Long Island iced tea, but with a blue twist!”

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Ingredients

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Original recipe yields 1 serving

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Directions

  1. In a cocktail shaker filled with ice, combine the vodka, tequila, rum, gin, Blue Curacao, sour mix and lemon-lime soda. Shake vigorously to get a frothy head on the drink. Pour the contents of the shaker, including ice, into tall bar glass and garnish with a slice of lemon.

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Wendy Lauzon
54

Wendy Lauzon

This had to be one of the worst drinks I have ever had. I had to change the amounts of the existing ingredients and add a few of my own to make it worth drinking. And, you can't put pop in a shaker and shake it! It explodes! So even the instructions were ridiculous. I would not recommend this drink to anyone.

MOLLE888
50

MOLLE888

In VA, where I am living, these are known as blue motorcycles. I went to Vegas one year, where I was introduced to this drink, and they call them Black Opals. What ever you call them, they are delish and get you buzzed in a second.

Stepmomandmom
44

Stepmomandmom

I found this drink in a restaurant when I went out to celebrate my divorce. I loved it then and continue to love it! WARNING....It goes down so smoothly you may not notice when you've had too much until it's too late!

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