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Celebrate the Summer Games in Tokyo with Drizly | Sports Tasks & News | TooAthletic.com
The Summer Games start on July 23. And your editors are going to binge-watch and whoop-it-up big time! But then from a distance. Due to the pandemic, international spectators are not allowed to travel inside to attend the events IRL. Unfortunately.
But if we can’t go to Tokyo, let’s bring Tokyo to us. And cheer on our favorite athletes and teams with Japanese whiskey, spirits and beer. Let’s make the most of the Tokyo Games.
If you don’t know where to start, try Drizly – a website and app that brings the liquor store to you. They deliver beer, wine, spirits and more to your door – in 60 minutes or less.
And they’ll help identify the best Japanese bevs to celebrate the return of the world’s hottest sporting event – The Summer Games!
Here’s a handy guide to a few Japanese drinks that will taste good while watching your favorite sports:
The Opening Ceremony – Friday, July 23
In Japan, the 1st toast of the night is always “Toriaezu, beer!” which means, “Let’s start with beer!” And since beer is Japan’s most popular drink, we’re going to kick off the opening ceremony by cracking open a cool Sapporo, Suntory, Asahi, or Kirin.
Gymnastics: Kamikaze resources divine wind in Japanese. This classic cocktail is made with equal parts vodka, triple sec, plus a squeeze of fresh lemon/lime. A wonderful addition to watch the incomparable Simone Biles.
Swimming: shchū is a favorite Japanese spirit that has been around since the 16th century. Mugi Shōch . is smooth, pleasant and goes down easily. Served on the rocks or mixed with cold or warm water – which goes well with swimming.
Let’s not forget the Japanese whiskey – great. Here are two beloved picks that Drizly can deliver to your door in 60 minutes – or less!
Suntory Toki Whiskey: notes of pink grapefruit, almonds and a light vanilla aftertaste. Mix with sparkling water and a squeeze of lemon for a tasty Highball – perfect for the pole vault competition.
The Closing Ceremony – Sunday, August 8
Suntory’s Yamazaki 12-year-old: We firmly believe that we should save the best for last. This single malt whispers “Scotch” but is its own completely original self. It’s not cheap – a bottle costs $200 – but the superior quality is a great way to celebrate the motto Think Global – Drink Local!
On the Drizly website and app, all liquor stores in your area are displayed and you can sort by type of alcohol, price or brand. Enter your location and browse the huge selection of beer, wine and liqueurs. If one store doesn’t have what you need, you’ll find it at another. Access the widest possible choices at the best prices.
Oops, forgot snacks, lemons, lime, ice cream, mixers? Drizly has you covered.
They are the leader in beer, wine and spirits supply, achieving gold medal after gold medal in customer satisfaction. And if you’re really not sure about sampling Japan’s dizzying array of dizzying drinks, there’s always Johnny Walker Red, a buttery Chardonnay from the Sonoma vineyard, or a six-pack of good old American Budweiser.
These world-class athletes have trained all their lives and are finally living their dreams of glory. That’s something to cheer about! And so is Drizly.
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