Blueberry Cosmo Mocktail Recipe

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Nic Polotnianko

I fell in love with the art of mixology 6 years ago. Since then, I've honed my skills, crafting a myriad of cocktail recipes, and sharing my passion with other enthusiasts.

Last Updated: January 16, 2024


The Blueberry Cosmo Mocktail is a non-alcoholic twist on the classic Cosmopolitan. It's perfect for those who love the fruity and tart flavors of a Cosmo but prefer to skip the alcohol. This mocktail has become a favorite among designated drivers, pregnant women, and anyone else looking to enjoy a sophisticated drink without the buzz.

  • Origin: Inspired by the Cosmopolitan, which gained popularity in the 1990s.
  • Popularity: Loved by health-conscious individuals and those who appreciate craft mocktails.
  • Occasions: Ideal for brunches, baby showers, and elegant evening events.

How Blueberry Cosmo Mocktail Tastes?

The Blueberry Cosmo Mocktail has a refreshing and tangy taste with a sweet undercurrent from the blueberry syrup. The lime juice adds a zesty citrus kick, while the cranberry juice provides a tart backbone to the drink. It's a well-balanced mocktail that is both invigorating and satisfying.

Interesting facts about Blueberry Cosmo Mocktail

  • The Cosmopolitan cocktail was popularized by the television show 'Sex and the City'.
  • Blueberries are known for their antioxidant properties.
  • Mocktails have gained popularity as part of the 'sober curious' movement, which encourages mindful drinking.


  • Blueberry syrup: 1 oz(30ml)
  • Cranberry juice: 2 oz(60ml)
  • Fresh lime juice: 0.5 oz(15ml)
  • Club soda: 1 oz(30ml)
  • Ice cubes: As needed
  • Fresh blueberries: For garnish
  • Lime wheel: For garnish

Blueberry Syrup

Adding 1 oz creates that lovely berry base – it's like the heart of our mocktail! Too little, you'll miss that sweet hug; too much, and it'll be like swimming in a blueberry pie. If you swap it with raspberry syrup, expect a sharper, more tart kick. Oh, and if it's missing? It's a cranberry solo rather than a berry duo.

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Cranberry Juice

2 oz keeps the balance with its tart power – not the superhero kind, but close enough! It's the yin to blueberry's yang. If you mess with the proportions, you're looking at a flavor seesaw. Raspberry juice could sub in for a twist, but why fix what ain't broken, right?

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Fresh Lime Juice

At 0.5 oz, it's the zesty zing! It cuts through sweetness like a ninja. But don't go ninja'ing more than needed, or the sourness will hijack your taste buds. Skip it, and the drink goes flat, like a joke without a punchline. Lemon juice is a possible stand-in for a different type of citrus high-kick.

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Club Soda

1 oz is our fizzy bubbly finale – it's the applause at the end of the show. Without it, the drink sits there... silent and still. Not exactly a party. It's replaceable with tonic water if you're looking for more of a tangy twist.

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Ice Cubes

They're essential for the chill factor. No ice is like a beach with no ocean. You can use crushed ice for a quicker chill, but be mindful it might water down your symphony of flavors.

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Fresh Blueberries and Lime Wheel

The garnish is the crown jewel, the final touch for that Insta-worthy shot. Plus, it's a snack! Leave them out, and it still tastes good; you'll just lose some razzle-dazzle.

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Recipe. How to make Blueberry Cosmo Mocktail Drink

  • Fill a cocktail shaker with ice cubes.
  • Pour 1 oz of blueberry syrup, 2 oz of cranberry juice, and 0.5 oz of fresh lime juice into the shaker.
  • Shake well until the mixture is chilled.
  • Strain into a chilled martini glass.
  • Top with 1 oz of club soda for a little fizz.
  • Garnish with fresh blueberries and a lime wheel on the rim of the glass.

Pro Tips

  • For an extra touch of elegance, rim the glass with sugar or a mix of sugar and lime zest.
  • Use fresh lime juice for the best flavor; bottled lime juice can taste flat in comparison.
  • Chill the martini glass beforehand to keep your mocktail cooler for longer.

Perfect Pairings

Food Pairings

  • Cheese Platter: A selection of mild cheeses, like brie or goat cheese, complements the mocktail's tangy-sweet profile.
  • Light Salads: Opt for greens with vinaigrette dressings to match the acidity of the mocktail.
  • Seafood Appetizers: Shrimp cocktail or chilled crab cakes can harmonize nicely with the fruity notes.
  • Desserts: Pair with lemon tarts or blueberry cheesecake to enhance the berry flavors.

Drink Pairings

  • Sparkling Water: For a non-alcoholic option that keeps the fizz without adding flavors.
  • Herbal Teas: Chamomile or mint teas can provide a soothing contrast to the mocktail's zest.
  • White Wine: For those who might want alcohol, a light and fruity Pinot Grigio could parallel the cocktail's brightness, in moderation.

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What you could change in Blueberry Cosmo Mocktail

  • Blueberry Syrup: Can be substituted with a homemade blueberry reduction or another berry syrup.
  • Cranberry Juice: Pomegranate juice can be used as an alternative for a different twist.
  • Club Soda: Sparkling water or tonic water can be used for varying levels of fizziness.

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Blueberry Mint Cosmo

  • Add a few fresh mint leaves to the shaker.
  • Follow the original recipe, including the mint when shaking.
  • The mint will add a fresh, cooling sensation, putting a herbaceous spin on the mocktail.
  • Imagine walking through a blueberry field on a cool morning – that's what your palate will experience.

Sparkling Blueberry Cosmo

  • Replace club soda with non-alcoholic sparkling wine or sparkling apple cider.
  • Shake the blueberry, cranberry, and lime juices without the bubbly.
  • Top with the sparkling alternative for extra effervescence.
  • Prepare for a celebratory explosion of bubbles that'll make your taste buds dance.

Blueberry Ginger Cosmo

  • Add a 0.5 oz of ginger syrup to the shaker.
  • Combine with the other ingredients and shake well.
  • The ginger brings a spicy warmth to the drink, balancing the fruitiness with a zesty nudge.
  • It's like adding a little jazz music to a classical melody – unexpected but harmonious.

In case you forgot basics how to make Blueberry Cosmo Mocktail

Add your ingredients to the shaker first, then ice. Fill it up to ¾ of its capacity to ensure enough space for shaking. Hold the shaker with both hands (one on the top and one on the bottom) and shake vigorously. The shake should come from your shoulders, not your wrists.

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Place your chosen strainer on top of the shaker or mixing glass, ensuring a secure fit. Pour the cocktail into a glass through the strainer, which will catch solid ingredients and ice. If double straining, hold the fine mesh strainer between the shaker and the glass.

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Garnishing a bar drink depends on the type of garnish and the cocktail. Generally, it involves preparing the garnish (like cutting a citrus wheel or picking a sprig of mint), and then adding it to the drink in a visually appealing way (like perching it on the rim or floating it on top).

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Frequently Asked Questions on Blueberry Cosmo Mocktail

What type of glassware is recommended for serving the Blueberry Cosmo Mocktail?

A martini glass is typically used for a cosmopolitan, which would also be ideal for this mocktail to mimic the classic cocktail experience.

Can the Blueberry Cosmo Mocktail be made in batch for parties?

Yes, you can mix larger quantities of the syrup, juice, and lime juice ahead of time and chill them. Add the club soda and garnishes just before serving to preserve the fizz and freshness.

What is the best way to store blueberry syrup?

Blueberry syrup should be stored in an airtight container in the refrigerator and is typically best if used within two weeks.

Can this mocktail be turned into a cocktail?

Definitely! To make it into an alcoholic cocktail, you could add a clear spirit such as vodka or gin to the recipe.

Is this Blueberry Cosmo Mocktail suitable for all ages?

Absolutely, it contains no alcohol and is perfect for guests of any age, from children to adults.

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