Soju


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Soju

A Korean term for whiskey. In South Korea, it is a slang term for a small bribe.
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Because soju is available at 24% alcohol by volume, the legal limit for those licensees, some use the spirit to make cocktails.
Alcohol products followed suit with Chamisul Soju 360 ml bottles in fourth, a 165.
26 (480m): Buckfast Ger, Pennys Tingle, Soju Time, Cooneen Jack, Power Ahead, Shes A Maestro (W).
43 (480m): Headford Sky, Bramble Usain, Soju Time, Bramble Rubin, All Too Hard, Highview Mark.
On some other night, when the house is packed and the soju flowing, this might set off a drunken singalong, with tables of South Korean tourists clapping wholesomely in the front and smoky huddles of their expat businessmen compatriots leering not-so-wholesomely from the back.
Lead by Santiago Rodriguez, the menu features Matsuhisa Martini, made with Krome Vodka, Hokusetsu Sake, ginger and garnished with cucumbers, and the Nashi Martini, made with Nobu Soju, pear liqueur, fresh lime juice and honey gelee.
SOJU RISING: It's interesting to see the upsurge of soju, the distilled rice, barley or sweet potato beverage from Korea and Japan that's 24 percent alcohol (48 proof) in restaurants around Southern California.
Police said the man had made the Molotov cocktails hours before the botched attack using soju bottles he had bought at a convenience store near his home in Sadang, southern Seoul.
27 (480m): Greegsy Boy, Pennys Echo, Smoothreaction, Express Bay, Soju Time, Shes A Maestro (W).
I still mourn for all the makeup and skin-care products that I could have bought in Myeong-dong, as well as the kimbap and soju that I could have imbibed and enjoyed.
Meanwhile the super premium TY KU--made from a blend of Asian pears, melon, tea, citrus, ginger, soju and other ingredients--tripled its sales in 2009 to 30,000 cases.
30 to find out which type you like best) and familiar Japanese beers along with a selection of soju, the sneaky Korean fermented sweet potato beverage.