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Soju-Juice Cocktail


How’s this for a signature cocktail? A popular sushi restaurant in LA serves a similar cocktail to this and I LOVE it!  I finally decided to recreate them so I can serve something different at parties. It’s perfect for any event and versatile in terms of what liquor and juice you can to use. The best part is that you can do all of the preparing before your event, so the day of the party you’ll only have two steps: Drop an ice ball into a cup and add some Soju! So easy ; ) The juice ball melts gradually adding a delicious flavor into the Soju. Soju is a Korean liquor similar in taste to vodka… a little lighter and sweeter than vodka, and it reminds me of Sake a bit. You can buy it at most liquor stores, such as Bevmo. I got my ice ball molds from here and they’re simply amazing for juice or even water. Read below for the how-to : ) ENJOY!!

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6 responses to Soju-Juice Cocktail

  1. January 13, 2012

    i love the ball!!!funny idea
    thank you

  2. January 13, 2012

    Oh my sweetness!
    I’m from Korea and it’s great to see someone use Soju in such a fun and creative way!
    My mother will completely loves this as she is so fond of Soju…as am I haha.

    xoxo, Jjanga!

  3. January 17, 2012

    Loves it! I can’t wait to show this to my husband. He recently received several bottles of Soju as gifts from Korean members at his tennis club and now I can use this fun idea to share it with our friends at our next gathering!

  4. January 25, 2012

    I have a bottle of Soju that my brother gave to me after his tour of duty in Korea. I should use it to make these!

  5. March 6, 2012

    Your photos help make this drink seem appealing, they’re very pretty. What size glass (and brand if you know) did you use in the photo? They seem perfect the perfect size. (I saw your recipe posted on Pinterest.)

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