Blue moon cocktail was a mid-century standard when a spirit called Creme Yvette was a staple of many bars. he Blue Moon was, like the aviation and the Attention, an early adopter of the violet-flavored liqueur. The first recipe for the blue moon drink appears in Hugo Ensslin’s 1917 Recipes for Mixed drinks, and, interestingly, is one of the few classics to specify a red wine float. Blue moon drink is fun frozen martini featuring blue curacao, vanilla syrup and fresh orange juice. Whipping cream adds a hint of creamy texture to the drink. Blue Moon is a very well-known Belgian-style wheat beer that has a refreshing citrus note and is highly effervescent, which is why it's a popular choice for summer. That is a complete contrast to the dark, dry Irish stout.
Here today I am sharing a non alcoholic blue moon drink recipe. A summer drink with refreshing blue color is here for you to try.