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Turquoise lemonade. Blue raspberry kool aid, sugar and country time lemonade mix.

turquoise lemonade: blue raspberry kool aid, sugar and country time lemonade mix. would be cute to match wedding colors as a non-alcoholic (or alcoholic) drink!

Japanese sake bottle...

Minimalist packaging design for this Sake bottle inspired by Japanese bamboo. The cap doubles as a sake cup.

"big people pops"    Sauvignon Blanc-Infused Yellow Peach and Vanilla Ice Pops         Pinot Noir-Infused Blackberry Ice Pops

Recette Sorbets vin rouge / mûres, et vin blanc / pêche blanche vanille - Pinot Noir-Infused Blackberry Ice Pops - Sauvignon Blanc-Infused Yellow Peach and Vanilla Ice Pops - Wine + Fruit + Freezer = Boozy Ice Pops

the sake cup is limited design, as long as sakura blooming!

The sake cup is limited design, as long as sakura blooming! (I'm not sure what I like better, the design or the fact that in Japan, they sell sake in disposable, designer cans.

Japanese sake barrels / komolabo project

These are 13 designs in a theme of “celebration”, which were created by 13 Japanese designers active in the fields of design, fashion and art.

Cup display -  I need one of this for my special artist's collection

Great idea to display pretty coffee and tea cups! Make the shelves smaller and this would be great for hubby's shot glass collection too.

Sake Mojito | Easy Japanese Recipes at JustOneCookbook.com

Sake Mojito

Bottles for Japanese sake aimed at Western consumers. Simplicity is beauty!

Packaging drink -Otokoyama Sake bottles by Jamie Conkleton. The purity level of the Sake is shown by the opaqueness of the bottle.

Lychee & Sake, an traditional Japanese alcoholic beverage.

Lychee Sake

Cocktail recipe for a Lychee Sake made with cup lychee water (from canned lychees) cup sake cup ice tbsp corn syrup lychee, for serving

Sake or Nihonshu, the so called "Japanese rice wine", is traditionally considered as a sacred alcoholic beverage. We have the custom to hit and break open the lid of a sake barrel by a wooden mallet, which is known as Kagami Biraki (open the mirror) to celebrate happy events, such as weddings, store opening events, ritual events held at shrines, and so on.

tokyopic-official: “ The Pure Japanese Sake, Made from Rice and Water / Tokyo Pic ”