The "Blue Mystique" is not meant to be an orchid grower's plant.
It is meant for people who want to display cut flowers, but keep the flowers vibrant longer than cut flower.
Once the flowers fade, they would throw away the plant or give it to someone who would desperately try to keep it alive.
Only the current flowers will be blue. If you manage to keep the plant alive, future blooms will not be blue.
If there is enough residual "blue juice" in the plant, then the next blooms will be white with blue splotches. It will look like someone with leftover watercolor decided to color parts of the flower.
The blue tint is due to a special dye infused into the plant while it was in the nursery, so that the flowers are dyed blue from the inside.
(Would you buy a dog/cat/bird/fish that is dyed with artificial color from the inside?)
If you want to get an orchid plant that you can keep long term and bloom regularly every season, get a healthy normal plant. Avoid these gimmick fake blues and other dyed flowers.
If you want a blue orchid flower that you can display for a long time, get a plastic one. It is cheaper and easier to maintain than the expensive fake blue ones.
And on a personal note, I think the blue tint is tacky.