Beyond the green bottle of Korea’s iconic spirit lies soju, the quintessential part of Korean culture that has been increasingly well-known in recent years.
Soju is made from rice, water and nuruk, a wild fermentation starter, and the fermented product before filtering is called wonju, meaning original base liquor. Our editor shares her top 3 DIY Chorong Chorong Soju recipes that she serves her guests, guaranteeing to take your next gathering with your friends to the next level.
#1 Somaek (Soju Bomb)
The classic Somaek (soju and beer) is one of the easiest mix of soju cocktails that’s simple to make. All you have to do is to mix 2 shots of Chorong Chorong soju with half a glass of beer.
We recommend getting Hite beer to mix with Chorong Chorong soju for the most authentic Soju experience with your friends!
#2 Soju Yakult
Mix yakult with soju to create a sweet concoction that conceals the taste of the alcohol if you’re not use the taste of alcohol. All you have to do is mix half a glass of Yakult with 2 shots of Chorong Chorong soju, and you’re ready to party the night away with your friends!
#3 Soju ‘Sangria’
Soju ‘Sangria’ is perfect for the ladies that prefers a gentle, mild and sweet taste for their alcohol. Start off by squeezing grapefruit and lemon juice into half a glass, shake it with two shots of Chorong Chorong soju and you’re ready to enjoy your Chorong Chorong soju ‘Sangria’.
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