Kamikaze

Knocked back in one, this shot glass cocktail seems to have
been created in the disco party 1970’s. Maybe not quite as
stylish as the cocktails of the twenties and thirties, but
I thought we would try it out.

Kamikaze the Japanese word meaning divine or spirit wind
was given to their special attack pilots in the World War II,
so a cocktail with this name although it tastes quite tame
probably should carry a warning.

cocktail making

Half a measure of vodka
Half a measure of Triple Sec
Half a measure of lime juice
Ice cubes cracked.

make cocktailsshot glasses

Put the cracked ice into a cocktail shaker.
Add all of the ingredients & shake until a frost forms on the
outside of the cocktail shaker.
Strain into shot glasses.

cocktailsKamikze cocktails

Recipe was taken from The Classic Cocktail Bible

Proceed with caution, may cause wobbly legs. Drink aware etc.

All photographs ©teaandtiffindesigns

2 thoughts on “Kamikaze

  1. I take care by adding cocktails like this one to a tall glasses filled with ice then topped up with sparkling wine (or sparkling water for the really faint of heart…). Get the taste without (too much of )a buzz.

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