How to make a blue wave cocktails from scratch

A new kind of blue-wave cocktail, based on an experimental cocktail recipe, is about to hit the shelves in Australia.

The cocktail is called Blue Wave and is based on a recipe from a cocktail book published by Sydney’s Cocktail Week magazine in 2009.

Blue Wave, made with an acid-rich rum, blue curacao and grenadine base, is made by using a recipe that has already been widely used in cocktails around the world.

“It’s been popular in a number of countries including the United States, Germany, Portugal, Spain, Ireland, France, and Belgium,” editor-in-chief Ben Daley said.

“And it’s a really great cocktail.

It’s not too difficult, it’s got a little bit of complexity, and the taste is good.”

Mr Daley was a Cocktail Weekend member from 2009 to 2013 and he said the cocktail has grown in popularity in recent years.

“In the last few years we’ve been able to find a few places where people have tried it and it’s become very popular,” he said.

The recipe was inspired by a cocktail made by the famous American scientist Arthur Cockcroft.

Mr Daly said Blue Wave would appeal to anyone who enjoys a drink with a bit of a twist.

“If you like a bit more flavour, you might go for something like the Manhattan or a Manhattan with blue curcao,” he explained.

“You can also try something like a Blue Wave with some of the other citrus juices like lime or orange.”

A cocktail book that was published in 2009 by, is now being used to market Blue Wave, which is made with orange curacaos, grenadines and blue curaƧao, along with grenadinol and a base of rum, a source told News24.

Topics:drink-and-dine,sunday-times,drink,food-and/or-cooking,drinks-and:alcohol,tas,sydney-2000,vic,australiaFirst posted October 04, 2020 07:03:47Contact Rebecca Williams