Kamikaze Shot Recipe

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Kamikaze Shot Recipe

There are many ways to get a vodka shot in a bar but a kamikaze shooter is one of the most popular. You can use it at parties since it’s made from vodka, triple sec, and lime juice. It’s a little sweet with a kick of tartness, and it’s a blast to drink. The kamikaze is a tasty little drink you can make very easily at home, and you can shake it up in no time. It is said that it was developed in Japan after World War II, perhaps on a U.S. military plane. The base is a naval one. It is no coincidence that during the 1970s and 1980s, vodka became the drink of choice for numerous Americans, and the shot became a staple of American culture. This remains one of the most popular bars to this day. Also, there are some fun colors and unexpected flavors you can add to it. The shot even inspired the kamikaze cocktail, which is essentially the same thing but in a cocktail glass. If you like, a lime wedge can be added to complete the look. You can add even more pucker to the experience by biting into the wedge after drinking.

Shot Strength

The strength of Kamikaze Shot Recipe is 5 out of 10.

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Shot Nutrition

The estimated calories of Kamikaze Shot Recipe is 124 per serving.

Preparation Time

The time it takes to create Kamikaze Shot Recipe is 3 minutes.

Required Bar Tools

  • Strainer
  • Shaker

Required Glass

  • Shot glass

Shot Ingredients (ML/OZ)

  • 1 1/2 oz. of Vodka
  • 1/2 oz. of triple sec
  • 1 single dash of lime juice wedge to garnish

Steps to Make Kamikaze Shot Recipe

  • The ingredients need to be gathered.
  • The vodka, triple sec, and lime juice should be put into a cocktail shaker.
  • Fill it with ice and shake Fill a shot glass with the strainer.
  • A small lime wedge is the perfect garnish for this dish.
  • Take a break and enjoy the service.

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4.82 (1020 votes)