Polar bear cocktail

Isbjörn eller Blue Lagoon

An Isbjörn (Polar Bear) in a cocktail

Isbjörn is a sweet vodka based cocktail that is ideal to serve as a welcome drink at a party and may invoke memories of the Icehotel and Arctic Sweden. It is also called a Blue Lagoon in Sweden, when the English spelling and pronunciation is used. John Duxbury

Summary

Recipe summary for a Polar Bear cocktail

Tips

• For a party make a jug of isbjörn and pour it into cocktail glasses when guests arrive.
• If making it in individual glasses, garnish with a slice of lemon if desired to balance the sweetness.

For a 300 ml (10 fl oz) glass

A Polar Bear cocktail

    ice cubes
60 ml (2 fl oz) vodka, preferably Absolut
30 ml (1 fl oz) blue curacao
180 ml (6 fl oz) lemonade (Sprite or similar)

 

1. Half fill a 300 ml (10 fl oz) tall glass, such as a Highball or a Collins glass, with ice cubes.

2. Add 60 ml (2 fl oz) of vodka, 30 ml (1 fl oz) of blue curacao and top up with lemonade. Stir to mix. Serve.

For a 1 litre (1 quart) jug

    ice cubes
200 ml (6 fl oz) vodka, preferably Absolut
100 ml (3 fl oz) blue curacao
600 ml (20 fl oz) lemonade (Sprite of similar)

 

1. Half fill a 1 litre (1 quart) jug with ice cubes.

2. Add 200 ml (6 fl oz) of vodka, 100 ml (3 fl oz) of blue curacao and top up with lemonade. Stir to mix. Pour into cocktail glasses.

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