A year ago, blue waves were the cool drink of choice at blue-wave bars and restaurants in downtown Seattle.
Now, blue wave liquor is the drink of the summer in bars across the region, and blue wave ultrasonic tubing is a hot item in local markets.
“It’s a fun drink,” said Steve Jones, owner of Blue Wave Liquors in the Central District.
“It’s just like blue wave in a glass, and that’s why people love it.”
Jones is the owner of the Blue Wave brand of ultrasonic tube liquor that has seen a resurgence since Seattle police began investigating the city’s blue wave scene in December 2016.
Blue Wave was the first of several Seattle bars and liquor stores to open a blue wave bar or liquor store this year, with the first in the downtown area.
“Blue Wave is a big deal in the city,” Jones said.
“If you don’t have it in Seattle, you don,t know what to do with it.
It’s a great way to get in the mood and see people.”
A lot of people have been asking about Blue Wave, and Jones said the answer is a lot.
“We have more people asking for it than ever,” Jones told The Associated Press.
“People want it.
People are trying to figure out how to make it.
They’re searching out how do I make it.”
Seattle Police Chief Kathleen O’Toole says the Blue Waves revival is largely a result of the city getting its act together to deal with the blue wave outbreak.
Seattle Police Department spokeswoman Lt.
Melissa Knepper says the department is working with bars to provide additional security and clean up activities to make sure patrons have a safe place to hang out.
O’Toollas department has been involved in blue wave cleanup efforts in the area, and she says the city is still working with the bars to make the community safer.
“I don’t think it’s a coincidence that people are getting more interested in blue waves and it’s also really fun for them,” O’Malley said.
“As we are getting into this crisis, the blue waves that are happening in the Blue wave scene are really popular, and people are trying new things.
And it’s not as if they’ve been around forever.”
Blue Wave bars and bars across Seattle have seen a surge in business.
Blue Waves are a drink that is made from compressed water and alcohol, and is typically sold at a price ranging from $5 to $10.
It is popular in the Eastside and Ballard neighborhoods and is sold in smaller glass bottles with an orange or yellow logo on the top of the bottle.
Jones said Blue Wave is sold everywhere, but he prefers to buy it from a local bar.
“If you are going to go to a bar, and you want to drink it, you’re going to have to make a decision to buy Blue Wave from a bar,” Jones explained.
Jones also said he is not a big fan of Blue Waves alcohol.
“When you are out there in the blue waters, you’ve got all of the dangers of the water, all of these contaminants,” Jones continued.
“When you’re out there and you’re drinking a drink, you have to take precautions.”
Seattle police are investigating the outbreak that led to at least five deaths in Seattle between late January and March.
The department is asking anyone with information to contact them at 206-621-1880.
Blue waves can be purchased online, and the BlueWaveLiquor.com website sells Blue Waves in 750ml and 750ml bottles.
Blue Wave Ultrasonics can be found at a number of places in the Seattle area, including Blue Wave in Bellevue and Blue Wave on Capitol Hill.