Though these easy, bright, and fresh blueberry vodka cocktails are ideal for sipping by the pool, they’re so yummy, you’ll crave them all year long!
And since blueberry vodka is always in season, you can enjoy these tasty drinks whenever the mood strikes.
The color alone is enough to make my mouth water. So just wait until you take that first sip.
And if you can’t find blueberry vodka, don’t worry! It’s crazy easy to make your own.
Refreshing and ideal for parties, you’ll love these fruity blueberry vodka cocktails.
17 Easy Blueberry Vodka Drinks Recipes
These gorgeous purple cocktails are sparkly, tangy, and just a bit sweet.
They take a little time (about 20 minutes) to prepare but are well worth the effort.
They have a ton of flavor and a nice vodka kick. And if you’re in the mood for a mocktail, just leave out the vodka. Easy peasy!
Is lemonade a summertime staple in your house? If so, you’ll adore this blueberry vodka lemonade.
Think of Mike’s Hard Lemonade, only harder and with blueberries.
It has an enchanting pink color and a terrific tart and tangy taste.
Thanks to the muddled mint leaves, it’s also fresh and invigorating. It’s one of the few drinks out there that makes your breath even better after drinking it.
This is the kind of drink that’s ideal for summer and winter. That deep hue and pomegranate flavor make it perfect for the holidays.
You’ll combine pomegranate vodka and Cointreau with blueberry simple syrup. Then, add a spritz of fresh lime juice and top it off with club soda.
It’s a sweet-n-tangy mixed drink with a bold burgundy color that’s insanely elegant.
Feel free to use pomegranate juice and blueberry vodka if you prefer.
Either way, you don’t want to miss the combination of citrus, pomegranate, and blueberries.
Don’t let the delicate pink hue of this drink fool you – the blueberry martini has a sharp, tart taste and a powerful punch.
It puts a berry-licious and lemony spin on the traditional martini, and I know you’ll love it.
It’s an easy-to-make, five-minute drink with a delicious garnish of fresh blueberries.
Simply put, there’s a lot about this drink to love.
If you enjoy a more tropical taste, try the blueberry martini with mango instead.
The flavor is similar to the recipe above. However, the mango adds another level of yumminess.
Plus, it only uses four ingredients, so you can have it ready in just three minutes.
Bubbly, zesty, and beautifully light, this lemon and blueberry vodka spritzer is a fun, tasty drink that won’t get you too tipsy too fast.
So if you’re looking for something mellow but scrumptious, it’s the drink for you.
Try it for brunch, on a girl’s night out, or pretty much any day of the week. It’s a delightful drink for any occasion.
Here’s another enchanting vodka spritzer that screams summer.
Featuring vodka and blueberry-lavender simple syrup, it’s light and fruity, with lovely floral notes underneath.
It’s also stunning with that iridescent purple color. Not to mention the blueberries and sprigs of lavender garnishes.
If you want to make it even more special, try adding a dash of luster dust (edible glitter).
This fuchsia-colored drink is one every Southern Belle will love.
It combines two southern favorites – blueberries and peaches – and is gently sweet and just a tiny bit spiced.
The flavor will linger on your tongue long after the drink is gone. And it’s great for brunch or as an after-dinner summer sipper.
You can’t beat sangria during the summer. It’s cold, fruity, colorful, and super easy to make in big batches.
This particular recipe features blueberry vodka, nectarines, fresh blueberries, and cinnamon. (Over a red wine base, of course.)
It’s effortless to whip up and impossible to resist.
Just remember: as with most sangria recipes, this one takes some time. You’ll need to make it at least six hours ahead of time, though the day before is better.
I just can’t get over how pretty this drink is! From the gorgeous pastel color to the bright berries and edible flowers, it’s a thing of beauty.
And it tastes just as good – if not better – than it looks!
Between the cream of coconut and pineapple juice, it’s plenty tropical and nice and creamy.
There’s lemon to balance everything and blueberry syrup for sweetness and color.
As for the booze? You’ll use vodka (blueberry, of course).
I like this one extra boozy, so I either add double the vodka or a shot of Malibu rum to amp up the goodness of coconutty.
Thanks to the blue curaçao, this fun cocktail has a brilliant blue color that stands out in the crowd.
It’s a drink that’s sure to turn heads, no matter where you’re drinking it. But of course, it’s great for parties!
It’s effortless to pull together, too. You’ll need Sprite (lemon-lime soda), blue curaçao, and blueberry vodka (Stoli Blueberi vodka is best).
It tastes like liquified blueberries and oranges, and it’s yummy. Give it a try if you need a poolside drink. It’s definitely a conversation starter.
Try this recipe if you’re looking for something a little earthier.
It still features the fruity notes of blueberries, and there’s raspberry in the mix too. However, the lager adds a darker, fuller base.
You’ll appreciate it if you enjoy fruity drinks that aren’t overly sweet.
But it’s more potent than it looks, so go slowly. It’s a drink to sip and enjoy rather than knock back all at once.
With or without the sparkler, this drink is fun and festive.
But let’s be honest. It’s much cooler with a bit of pizzaz!
Either way, it’s refreshing, full of blueberry flavor, and beautifully bubbly. Use Champagne, Prosecco, or sparkling wine – whatever you prefer.
It’s an excellent option for patriotic holidays.
This vibrant red drink is fantastically fruity and looks like sugar overload. However, despite its appearance, it contains no added sugars.
The vodka is sugar-free, and all you’ll add are berries and a splash of lemon juice.
You can also muddle in a few basil leaves for freshness if you like.
Top it up with sparkling water, and you’re good to go.
Are you looking for something a bit sweeter and with less alcohol flavor? If so, you’ve got to try this mint-infused blueberry cocktail.
It’s so sweet and tangy, you’ll barely notice the vodka. Of course, that means you’ll down two or three pretty quick!
16. Blueberry Sour
Don’t you just love the look of this one? That vibrant blue-purple drink with a silky egg white foam on top – it’s stunning!
The recipe calls for blueberry syrup, vodka, and lemon juice. Use blueberry vodka to really boost that flavor!
Check out this recipe if you’re making drinks for a large crowd. It yields an entire pitcher of watermelon and blueberry yumminess.
It’s sweet – but not too sweet – and so good, it’s almost addictive.
It’s the ideal drink for any outdoor party or event. After all, who can turn down watermelons and blueberries? Especially in the summertime!
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