A Japanese street fashion blogger has posted an old-fashioned cocktail recipe from a Japanese bar in Shanghai.
It includes ingredients that can only be found in Japan.
The recipe uses a simple syrup that has an alcohol content of about 7 per cent and a sugar content of around 30 per cent.
The old-style cocktail is served at Tokyo’s Shinjuku and was posted by Shizuka Nakata, an 18-year-old aspiring designer.
She said the recipe had a strong Japanese flavour that is reminiscent of old fashioned spirits such as gin and vodka. “
I was looking for a good old-time drink, and I thought this would be a great way to add that element to a Japanese cocktail.”
She said the recipe had a strong Japanese flavour that is reminiscent of old fashioned spirits such as gin and vodka.
Nakata’s recipe has inspired her to post her own drink at Tokyo bars, including the Ginza cocktail bar, and she has even found success with Japanese-style cocktails such as the Sake Bar.
This recipe is part of an ongoing project by Nakata to introduce Japanese drinks to the West, and her post was shared on social media.
It has also attracted praise from a fellow blogger, Japanese fashion designer Yuichi Kawamata, who said he was inspired to write the post after visiting Tokyo’s Ginza bar.
“This is a great recipe, I think it could be really well adapted to the cocktail culture in Japan,” Kawamatsa told The Times.
He said he could also see a lot of potential in the cocktail’s recipe, but that the recipe was not as straightforward as Nakata had suggested.
“It’s a simple recipe that requires you to know how to make a Ginza and then make the cocktail,” Kawamarata said.
“The Ginza is so rich and it’s such a special cocktail, you need to really know how it works.”
The story has drawn the attention of the Guinness Book of World Records, who have issued a formal statement.””
And so I think this is a very interesting, interesting and interesting cocktail.”
The story has drawn the attention of the Guinness Book of World Records, who have issued a formal statement.
“We are delighted that the world is taking notice of the incredible innovation of our customers in the Japanese beverage industry and are excited to work with Nakata and others to bring the world the best Ginza drink to meet their needs,” Guinness said in a statement.