A shot glass filled with sake is dropped into a glass of beer to make this Japanese cocktail. In the years following World War II, there are a few reports suggesting that sake bombs were actually invented by U.S. soldiers serving in Japan. In Japan, a shot of sake is typically taken by balancing a shot glass on top of two chopsticks that are placed across the rim of a beer glass. There is something magical about counting to four or shouting kampai until the shot glass slips into the beer, as the fists smash against the table.
The strength of Sake Bomb Shot Recipe is 8 out of 10.
The estimated calories of Sake Bomb Shot Recipe is 90 per serving.
The time it takes to create Sake Bomb Shot Recipe is 5 minutes.
Required Bar Tools
- Shot glass
- Collins glass
Shot Ingredients (ML/OZ)
- 5/8 ounces Kirin beer
- 1 1/4 ounces filtered sake
Steps to Make Sake Bomb Shot Recipe
- Grab a Collins glass and fill it with the specific amount beer.
- Pour the sake into the shot glass.
- Place two chopsticks on the rim of the glass and balance the shot glass unto the chopsticks to elevate the sake for last fun step.
- While doing the "sake chant" the patron beats on the table until the shot of sake falls into the beer glass.