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Sake wine-based cocktail recipes

Sake is a famous Japanese fortified rice wine with historic roots stretching as far back as the 3rd century, where on special occasions like Shinto religious festivals, wedding celebrations and New Year festivals, chestnuts, rice and millet would be chewed by villagers and then spat out together into a container to ferment into "Kuchikami" or Sake. Thankfully today's process, whereby pure alcohol and glucose is added to small quantities of rice mash, is a bit more sanitable.



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Bogomip recipe
2 parts sake rice wine
1 part coconut milk
5 parts pink lemonade
optional ice

Pour sake and coconut milk into the glass. Fill with pink lemonade. Fill the glass with ice first if desired.

3% (6 proof)
Serve in: Highball Glass

Ginza Strip recipe

Stir and strain into a cocktail glass. Garnish with a cherry.

15% (30 proof)
Serve in: Cocktail Glass

Japanese Cobbler recipe
2 fresh, skinless pineapple wedges
2 oranges
2 lemon wedges
1/2 oz maraschino liqueur
3 oz sake rice wine
1 splash soda

Muddle a skinless pineapple wedge, one piece of orange and one piece of lemon with maraschino liqueur in the bottom of a bar glass. Add the sake and shake with ice. Strain into a double old-fashioned glass filled with crushed ice and top with a splash of soda. Garnish with a sprig of mint, the remaining fruit wedges, and serve.

Serve in: Old-Fashioned Glass

Melon Daiquiri recipe
2 oz sake rice wine
3/4 cup melons
2 oz simple syrup
1 oz fresh lime juice

Blend ingredients with a handful of ice in a mixing glass. Pour into a large goblet, garnish with melon balls, and serve.

2% (4 proof)
Serve in: Wine Goblet

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