History For Deep Blue Recipe
Since 2007, when he invented the Corpse Reviver Number Blue for a cocktail competition in Queenstown, New Zealand, Jacob Briars, Bacardi’s global brand ambassador, has become the patron saint of blue beverages.
Briars claims that the first blue drink craze began in Victorian England around 1850 when a taste for artificial colors—particularly royal purple—transferred from apparel to food.
This lovely blue martini recipe is simple to make and makes a great complement to any celebration. It’s a vodka martini with an interesting sour tropical fruit flavor and a dazzling hue, so it’s guaranteed to be a success.
Ingredients For Deep Blue Recipe
- 3 cl Absolut vodka
- 1 cl Bols Blue Curacao liqueur
- 2 cl Champagne
Instruction For Deep Blue Recipe
- In a glass, combine vodka and blue curacao with ice.
- Pour champagne over the top and garnish it with a blue maraschino cherry.
Nutrition Info For Deep Blue Recipe