Yield: Yields 8 cups.
Shochu is a Japanese or Korean spirit typically distilled from barley, sweet potatoes, or rice. It has a light, slightly sweet, nutty flavor. You can substitute vodka, if you like.
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Made it with white wine (as it was the only alcohol I had in the house). Perfect. Refreshing, a bit tangy. Beuuuutyful colour.
Delicious and refreshing. I sipped on this all evening and it kept a nice buzz going without making me feel like I'd had too much to drink. Very light and simple.
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