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Hpnotiq Drink

Hpnotiq cocktails are so enticing to the taste buds and sight. This is because of its captivating blue sky hue and tropical taste of mango and passionfruit.

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Hynotiq drink recipe

It doesn’t happen often that a new spirit enters the scene and captures everyone’s attention right away, at least not in the way that Hpnotiq has been able to.

It is easy to see why Hpnotiq beverages are so enticing to the taste buds and sight. This is because of its captivating blue sky hue and tropical taste of mango and passionfruit.

With a few Hpnotiq cocktail recipes, consider succumbing to its hypnotic influence.

Remember that the following is one of many Hpnotiq recipes you can make, so don’t be scared of switching some of the ingredients, so they fit your taste.

Take your favorite martini glass or rocks glass and enjoy our blue liqueur cocktail.

Lemonade with lemon slice

List of Ingredients


Hpnotiq is a vivid blue liqueur that every daring home mixologist should add to their repertoire!

Although it isn’t used in many drinks, it has a wow effect that makes the cost worthwhile.

It is a 2001 invention that combines fruit juice, vodka, and cognac to create a sky-blue liqueur.

This liquor gained popularity after musician Sean Combs began to serve it in his New York restaurant chain Justin’s.

It has since appeared in well-known hip-hop and rap lyrics.

You can drink it straight from a shot glass or in an elaborate recipe.

White Rum

White or light rum is a distilled alcoholic beverage derived from sugarcane juice or molasses.

It is immediately filtered and bottled rather than aged like darker rums.

Pineapple Juice or Orange Juice

The natural liquid from the pineapple pulp is pressed to create pineapple juice.

It is used in smoothies, cocktails, food flavoring, and as a meat tenderizer in addition to being a single or mixed juice beverage.

By pressing or reaming oranges, orange juice is a liquid extract of the orange tree fruit.

It comes in various kinds, including clementine, tangerine, blood orange, navel orange, and Valencia orange.

Some variants also differ in the amount of pulp in the juice.

Simple Syrup

Simple syrup is a liquid sugar widely used to sweeten cocktails and other cold drinks. Since it is a liquid sweetener, it mixes better into chilly drinks.

The simple syrup can also be used to sweeten things like fruits and baked products, so it’s not simply for drinking.

It is typically used as a glaze or to sprinkle over sweets.

Lime Juice

Lime juice can be made and concentrated in huge quantities at high speeds using the same fundamental techniques.

Moreover, pure lime juice can be combined with sweets, syrups, water, or carbonated water, then bottled in glasses or canisters.

It is also helpful to save the lemon wedge for garnishing the drink later on.


You may use these little frozen water cubes to chill your beverages.

They may be produced at home with an automatic ice maker or a freezer equipped with an ice tray.

Ice is also used to create the chilled glass where you pour the beverages.

Mint Leaves

Mint leaves, often referred to as pudina, are a well-liked fragrant plant for their freshness and several health advantages.

All around the world, people have used various kinds of mints since antiquity.

Numerous mint plants provide a wealth of antioxidant benefits and health advantages. If you’re looking for a healthier alternative, you might try the Transfusion Drink Recipe!

Mint leaves on table

Equipment You’ll Need

Cocktail Shaker

Typically alcoholic cocktails are shaken in a cocktail shaker filled with your favorite spirits. The cocktail can cool more rapidly before serving if ice is added to the shaker.

Cocktail Strainer

Use a cocktail strainer, a useful metal bar utensil, to separate the ice from a mixed drink as it is poured into the serving glass.

When liquids are poured into a glass or shaker, they are filtered via the strainer, a type of sieve.

Tall Cocktail Glass

Every bar needs tall glasses, and they’re rather useful.

These are used for large mixed drinks. You can’t use a shot glass or a martini glass.

In order to make the drinks, the ingredients are commonly poured over ice and combined right in the rocks glass.

The Bottom Line

This pale blue liqueur is featured in hundreds of Hpnotiq drinks and Hpnotiq recipes.

Please feel free to experiment however you want to create delicious cocktails with cranberry juice, blue curacao, pineapple juice, and many other ingredients that pair well with Hpnotiq.

If this recipe was useful to you, please check out the rest of my page for more cocktail recipes and food content like this.

Pineapple juice in bottle
Yield: 1 serving

Hpnotiq Drink

Hynotiq Drink

The Hpnotiq cocktail is so enticing to the taste buds and sight. This is because of its captivating sky blue hue and tropical taste of mango and passionfruit.

Prep Time 5 minutes
Total Time 5 minutes


  • 1 oz. Hpnotiq
  • 1 1/2 white rum
  • pineapple juice or orange juice
  • 1/2 oz. simple syrup
  • 1/2 oz. lime juice
  • Ice
  • 1 to 3 mint leaves


  1. The first step is to take the mint and syrup and mash them in the cocktail shaker until the mint is dissolved into the syrup and the flavors have integrated.
  2. Then, add the Hpnotiq, white rum, and lime juice to the shaker. along with some ice.
  3. Secure the lid of the shaker. Then, shake the contents until the shaker is icy cool to the touch.
  4. Now, strain the mixture from the shaker into a chilled cocktail glass or chilled martini glass.
  5. Top the drink with pineapple juice or orange juice.
  6. For a garnish, add whole mint leaves on top of it if you'd like. You can also use a lemon wedge to add more of a citrus flavor.

Nutrition Information:



Serving Size:


Amount Per Serving: Calories: 434Total Fat: 1gSaturated Fat: 0gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 0gCholesterol: 0mgSodium: 20mgCarbohydrates: 69gFiber: 3gSugar: 53gProtein: 4g

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