Soju is a Korean rice spirit with a clean and crisp taste with subtle notes of melon. Enjoy this delicious, refreshing soju drink as an alternative to sake or vodka. You can drink it neat in small shots, mixed in cocktails or as an alcoholic base to add soft drinks to.

How to drink soju

Some traditional Korean customs involve soju, such as pouring drinks for others as a sign of respect, which fosters a sense of camaraderie and togetherness during gatherings. 

Soju and gogi, particularly samgyeopsal (grilled pork belly), are a quintessential pairing in Korean cuisine and culture and is a popular choice for social gatherings, celebrations, and casual dining.