Blue Gatorade Shot Drink

Blue Gatorade Shot

Originally Posted On March 1, 2023 and Last Updated On

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Our Blue Gatorade Shot Recipe!

Are you a blue Gatorade fan? You can make this drink either with blue Gatorade or without! This shot recipe is easy to make and only requires 3 ingredients. And check out my article list of Gatorade shot variations.

How To Make a Blue Gatorade Shot?

Grab your shaker and fill it half way with ice. Then pour your grape vodka, sprite or 7up, and either blue Gatorade or Blue Curacao all into the shaker.

Shake for about twenty seconds to chill the mixture. Place your strainer on the top of your shaker and strain the contents into the shot glass.

Then drink up! There is no garnish for this cocktail or drink.

Blue Gatorade Shot Drink

Blue Gatorade Shot

Yield: 2 shots
Prep Time: 3 minutes
Cook Time: 3 minutes
Total Time: 3 minutes

This Blue Gatorade Shot can be served as a cocktail or a shot. It's very easy to make and there's no garnish. A stunning 3 ingredient looking drink.

Ingredients

  • 1 ounce grape vodka
  • 1 ounce Blue Gatorade
  • 1 ounce 7up

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  • Cocktail Shaker
  • Strainer
  • Jigger
  • Shot Glass

Instructions

  1. Grab a shaker and add a handful of ice
  2. Pour in the three ingredients
  3. Give a few quick shakes to chill the mixture
  4. place a strainer on top of the shaker and strain the ingredients into the shot glass
  5. Drink up!

Notes

This recipe makes two shots. No garnish required!

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Blue Gatorade Shot Ingredients

Measurement (ML)Measurement (Ounces)Ingredient
22.18 ml0.75 ozGrape Vodka
22.18 ml0.75 ozBlue Curacao
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Blue Gatorade Shot Ingredients Table

About the Ingredients

Grape Vodka – While there are a few manufacturers of grape vodka, I prefer to use Taaka Grape Vodka for mixing as it is a decent tasting vodka by itself, but it’s also really cheap compared to other bottles of grape vodka. If you want something better, try Three Olives Grape Vodka or Smirnoff Grape as they are really good alcohols to mix with Gatorade.

Lemon-Lime Soda – Personally I prefer 7up. I find Sprite and the other lemon lime drinks too sweet, and this drink is already sweet enough. Decide on what your personal preferences are though.

Blue Gatorade or Blue Curacao – This depends on what you have on hand. It’s prettier with the Blue Curacao, but tastes better with the Gatorade. But you can use one as a replacement for the other. Or try them both in the same drink!

Recipe Variations

The biggest variation of this drink is using either the Blue Gatorade or Blue Curacao. Just remember, if you decide to use Gatorade, there will be less alcohol by volume for this drink as Blue Curacao is 40% abv and Gatorade is 0!

What Tools Are Needed?

  • Cocktail Shaker
  • Jigger
  • Strainer
  • Shot Glasses

When to Serve a Blue Gatorade Shot?

These would look great at any sort of ‘Blue’ party or for anyone that really loves blue Gatorade. Or maybe a sporting event where their colors are blue and white?

Similar Drinks with Similar Ingredients

Purple Gatorade Shot – Another Gatorade copycat recipe, but this one tastes just like grape Gatorade and is the only recipe I trust as there are a lot of bad recipes floating around on the net for this one!

Blue Cosmo – Another vodka and Blue Curacao drink that looks stunning and is made from Citron Vodka rather than grape.

Blue Lamborghini – Blue Curacao liqueur and 151 rum make up this easy to prepare shot. Not as impressive as the Flaming Lamborghini Shot, but still pretty tasty!

Electric Iced Tea Cocktail – The recipe for an Electric Iced Tea Cocktail is here on our Mixing Whiskey and Vodka page.

Adios Motherf#cker Cocktail – You can find the recipe for this non-politically correct named drink on our Mixing Tequila and Vodka page here.

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