Although sake hasn’t wiggled its way into our local bars as much as other hard drinks have, it still has its bragging rights as a longstanding liquor that has been enjoyed by samurais and geishas alike.
Shake some sake up with a bit of lychee, and you’ve got the perfect drink to make your cheeks flush as if it were winter in Osaka. Sake is a traditional Japanese alcoholic beverage that’s made from fermented rice. It has a dry, robust aftertaste, making it a fine complement to the sweet, fruity lychee flavor.
Now don’t forget to bring out the sushi! Another good addition to this spread would be wasabi. Lots and lots of wasabi.