A Sake Bomb is one of my favorite bomb shots because it tastes amazing and is super impressive to make.
The origin of the drink is unknown, but it has been popular for many years by people who love Sake.
Today, the Sake Bomb is a favorite drink at parties and bars around the world. You can make your own Sake Bomb at home with just a few simple ingredients. Let’s get started!
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Why you’ll love this Sake Bomb drink.
This Sake Bomb recipe is:
- Quick and easy to make
- Looks good
- Tastes good
- Has a nice presentation
What is in Sake Bomb?
The nice thing about this drink is all you need is a Japanese beer and a shot of sake. I like my sake hot for this drink but you can use cold sake as it will work just the same.
- 8oz of Japanese Beer
- 2 oz of your favorite Sake
- chopsticks for presentation and fun
For presentation and fun, you can take 2 chopsticks and lay them across the top of the glass of beer. Take your shot glass of sake and gently set it on top of the chopsticks overtop of the glass. When you are ready, move the chopsticks and watch the shot fall into the the glass of beer.
How To Make The Sake Bomb Drink
Step 1: Pour a cold glass of beer
Place the beer into a glass.
Step 2: Chopsticks
Carefully lay the chopsticks on top of the glass of beer.
Step 3: Sake, pour and place
Pour the Sake (warm or cold) into a shot glass. Take that glass and gently place it on the chopsticks laying on the beer.
Step 4: Remove the chopsticks and enjoy
Remove the chopsticks and watch the shot fall into the glass. Drink and enjoy.
What do you get when you take a shot of sake and drop it into a beer? A sake bomb, of course! This popular drink is the perfect way to enjoy both spirits at the same time.
- 8 oz of beer
- 2 oz of sake
Step 1: Pour 8 oz of cold beer into a glass. Japanese beer like Saporro works great
Step 2: Carefully lay the chopsticks on top of the glass of beer.
Step 3: Pour 2 oz of Sake (warm or cold) into a shot glass. Take that glass and gently place it on the chopsticks laying on the beer.
Step 4: Remove the chopsticks and watch the shot fall into the glass. Drink and enjoy.
Try experimenting with warm and cold sake.
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