Soju recipes you can whip up at home to celebrate there’s no group size limit

Soju recipes you can whip up at home to celebrate there's no group size limit

Unique Soju Recipes

Bouncing from bars to clubs on a night out can be fun, but sometimes you just need to spend some quality time at home with your team, eating junk food, having a drink and having a conversation without yelling in each other’s ears.

When it comes to a girls night out, the usual drink choice is probably cocktails. But if you want to mix things up, get out the jiggers and shakers and get these ready 5 Unique Soju Recipes† From a honey mint soju cocktail to a lychee iced soju tea, here’s how to have a drunken time.

1. Pink Soju Milkshake

A milkshake AKA a drinkable dessert is a genius creation because you can technically consume ice cream while devouring your greasy food at the same time. As usual, vanilla and chocolate are classic choices. But if you find pieces of fruit in your fridge, throw them in a blender and make something more unique, like a Pink Soju Milkshake


  • ¼ cup watermelon pieces
  • ½ cup strawberries
  • ¼ cup vanilla ice cream
  • ¼ cup frozen yogurt
  • ⅛ cup watermelon Soju
  • 1 tbsp sugar

To step:

  1. Sprinkle the strawberries with sugar and let them stand for 10 minutes.
  2. Mix the pieces of watermelon, soju and yogurt.
  3. Add the strawberries and ice to the blender and quickly blend.

Feel free to finish the glass with some more strawberries. Then watch your friends drool over this tasty chio brew.

Time required: 15 minutes.

2. Dalgona Soju Latte

Dalgona coffee is one of those Korean fads that has faded. Or so you thought, before realizing that you can add as much Soju as you can to it and turn it into Dalgona Soju Latte – a cocktail based on coffee. Talk about satisfying your boundless caffeine and alcohol obsession at the same time.

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  • Ice
  • 100 ml milk
  • 30ml hot water
  • 2 tbsp sugar
  • 2 tbsp instant coffee granules
  • 2 shots original Soju

To step:

  1. In a mixing bowl, whisk 30 ml hot water, 2 tablespoons sugar and 2 tablespoons instant coffee granules into a thick creamy foam.
  2. Pour Soju into the glass and fill it with ice and milk.
  3. Top it off with coffee cream.

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For a foamier texture, shake the milk and soju before pouring over ice. Add a splash of Bailey’s for a creamier and sweeter taste if you have a sweet tooth. And feel free to sprinkle in some cookie crumbs for maximum flavor.

Time required: 15 minutes

3. Honey Mint Soju Mojito

If you don’t want to drop your hard-earned dollars on an overpriced Mojito in a crowded bar, an alternative is to make a copycat version at home with a few stock ingredients. Keep costs down by swapping rum for shots of peach-flavored soju in this tropical Honey Mint Soju Mojito recipe.

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  • 1 orange
  • Fresh mint leaves
  • 1 tsp honey
  • 2 shots peach soju
  • 1 can of lemon soda
  • Ice

To step:

  1. Combine 2 orange segments, mint leaves and honey in a glass and stir to release the juices.
  2. Stir in ice cubes, peach soy and lime soda.


An ice-cold sip of this mint drink can feel extra refreshing after a long day at work. It’s also filled with honey and vitamin C, so you can consume it in large quantities without feeling like you’re cheating on your diet.

Time required: 10 minutes

4. Cookies & Cream Martini

The brilliance of a combination of cookies and cream doesn’t just stop with making milkshakes. There is also the adults only one Cookies & Cream Martini that’s perfect for a girls night in or even a housewarming party.



  • ¾ cup milk
  • ½ cup soy sauce
  • 2 scoops of cookies & ice cream
  • 3 tbsp chocolate syrup
  • 3 tbsp Oreo crumbs
  • 3 oreo minis

To step:

  1. Dip a martini glass in chocolate sauce, then cookie crumbs to make a rim.
  2. Combine milk, soy, and ice in a shaker and shake until cold.
  3. Drizzle chocolate syrup in the center of each glass.
  4. Pour in the drink and garnish with an Oreo.

Make it extra festive by sprinkling some more Oreo crumbs on top. For a stronger alcohol kick, go ahead and add another shot of Soju. That can even help balance the sweetness of the drink.

Time required: 20 minutes

5. Lychee Soju Iced Tea

Sweet lychee, aromatic tea and Soju make this Lychee Soju iced tea recipe delicious right away. Plus, it’s not loaded with sugar and cream, so you can say you’re kind of healthy.

lychee soju iced tea


  • 1 cup ice cream
  • ½ cup black tea
  • 2 tbsp lychee syrup
  • 2 shots of lychee soju
  • Sugar
  • Fresh lychee

To step:

  1. Dip the martini glass in lychee syrup and then in sugar to create a sugar rim.
  2. Combine the black tea, syrup and soy sauce in a shaker and shake well.
  3. Pour the drink into the glass and serve with fresh lychee.

But if you’re not a fan of lychee, just replace it with another canned fruit, such as peach and apricot. For a big party, skip the martini glasses and make a huge scorpion bowl of iced tea to save you time, energy and sanity.

Time required: 10 minutes

Prepare unique soju recipes with Chuga Soju

Here’s something about soju: It works well on its own as a shot at the bar. It can also be mixed and shaken at home into complex cocktails with simple ingredients. So the next time you’re barbecuing for your friends at home, break out these unique soju recipes and opt for Chuga Soju


By using a special blend of Uiseong apple spirits and sugar cane spirits, the people behind Chuga Soju are able to create a drink that is flavorful but not overly sweet. It is also softer in the mouth thanks to a special filtering process using activated carbon and sedimentary rock.

Enter 7 different flavors such as original, lychee, watermelon, honeydew, apple, peach and muscat, Chuga Soju can be whipped into a myriad of different drinks for your house party – from milkshakes to iced teas. But when you’re on the go, a few shots of Chuga Soju can make you feel comfortable without burning a hole in your pockets.

To buy Chuga Soju, go to Redmart, Cold Storage, Shopee Supermarket, 7-Eleven, pandamart, and Grab Mart to secure a few suitcases.

A post-pandemic party doesn’t have to be boisterous and boisterous with bottle service at a high-end club. Sometimes a cozy night out or an intimate get-together with homemade drinks is all it takes to have a good time.

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This post was brought to you by Chuga Soju.
Photography by Alvin Wong.

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