Whether it’s to celebrate an occasion or simply enjoy with friends, you can’t go wrong the Sake Bomb. If you see a group of people trying this drink together, you know there will be a lot of fun.
Who would have thought the mixing beer with sake would be such a great combo?! It’s cheap and tastes good.
And the best thing is,
You can enjoy it during many celebratory occasions. Or you can even have your friends over and try it from the comfort of your home!
So, if you’re searching for the authentic Sake Bomb recipe, you’ve come to the right place. From ingredients to the preparation; we will tell you everything you need to know about.
Sake Bomb Cocktail Ingredients
There are a few things you need for the Sake Bomb recipe that you may not have laying around your house. But don’t worry, they’re readily available at supermarkets.
- A pair of chopsticks
- A regular shot glass
- A pint glass
- 1 oz. Sake (warm or cold; however you like it)
- 4-6 oz. Beer (any normal beer will do)
Some people argue that the Sake bomb is incomplete without warm Sake. You’ll also find people that complain about not using Japanese beer. But it’s all about convenience and preference.
You can add warm Sake or switch the normal beer with Sapporo or another Japanese beer. It’s all up to you.
The traditional way of drinking Sake Bomb starts by filling the pint glass with a quarter portion of beer. Then, you place the chopsticks on the rim of the glass about half an inch apart. After that, you balance the shot glass filled with Sake over the chopsticks.
But wait, don’t drop it yet!
If you really wanna enjoy this drink, you need to yell Ichi..ni..san… SAKE BOMB!!!
And slam the table, dropping the shot inside the pint! Drink it immediately in a single go!
You can mix enjoy this drink by adding your preferred amount of Sake to the beer. Having said that, it’s a lot more fun the traditional way.
Also, You can Try other Bomb Recipes 😉
The Sake Bomb recipe is so simple that all of you can easily prepare it at home. It tastes great and is the perfect partner for any celebration.
You can go fully authentic and use normal Japanese beer with warm sake or tweak a few things here and there. Whatever you do, don’t forget to scream SAKE BOMB! Cheers!