12 Drinks of Christmas #7: Ty Ku Sake, Soju and Liqueur Make Tasty Drinks!
Ty Ku is an unique product collection of spirits. Produced in Japan, it is a combination of junmai-ginjo sake and an Asian vodka (Shochu) as the base of the spirit– but it goes a lot further than just these two spirits. Ty Ku includes a special blend of ingredients that flavor Ty Ku but also provide some health benefitas including: pomegranate, Asian pear, honeydew, yuzu, plum, fuji apple, white cranberry, ooloong and green tea. It doesn’t stop there either. It’s sweetened with elderflower syrup along with a power-packed combo of ginseng, damiana, and dragon’s eye as “aphrodisiacs”. Makes for an interesting New Year’s Eve drink and you get the recipes early to test drive them.
Ty Ku has a lovely array of spirits for this holiday season and an amazing assortment of drink recipes for you to test drive. Here’s a few that I thought sounded like fun!
TY KU Sake
Sprinkle of Cinnamon
Warm Apple Pie (martini)
TY KU Premuim Liqueur
(this one sounds particularly yummy!)
Cran-Apple Cobbler (martini)
TY KU Premuim Liqueur,
TY KU Sake
Mix and garnish with skewered cranberries and an apple slice and use a cinnamon stick as the swizzle stick,
Find Ty Ku spirits wherever fine spirits are sold. You might want to check out the Ty Ku website for more information as well.
Stevie Wilson, LA-Story.com
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