In this paper, heat transfer enhancement using liquid-liquid Taylor flow in mini scale curved tubing for isothermal boundary conditions is examined. The copper tubing has an inner tube diameter of Di = 1.65 mm with different radii of curvature and lengths. Taylor flow is created using water and low viscosity silicone oils (0.65 cSt, 1 cSt, 3 cSt) to examine the effect of Prandtl number on heat transfer rates in curved tubing. A series of experiments are conducted using tubing with constant length and variable curvature, as well as variable length and constant curvature. The experimental results are compared with models for liquid-liquid Taylor flow in straight tubing and single-phase flow in curved tubes. The results of the research develop a new model for liquid-liquid Taylor flow in curved tubing. This research provides new insights into the effect of curvature on heat transfer enhancement for liquid-liquid Taylor flow in mini scale curved tubing, at a constant wall temperature.