Watermelon Sake Slushie Cocktail Recipe

This super easy watermelon sake slushie cocktail recipe is a perfect easy-drinking cocktail for the summer, and only needs two ingredients.

This is the easiest frozen cocktail recipe ever. This recipe is so easy, in fact, it's barely even a recipe: to make a sake and watermelon slushie cocktail, all you need is sake and watermelon.

That's it.

For the sake, daiginjo is best for its aromatically fruity, almost sweet notes. But any clear (not cloudy), non-sparkling sake will work well for this recipe too.

This blog post includes affiliate links to my blender on Amazon, which just means that if you buy it using my link, Amazon pays me a little commission. You won't pay any extra because it comes out of Amazon, and you don't have to use the link to buy it – but if you do, I very much appreciate it.

You can also see me make this on my YouTube recipe video:

Ready? Let's go.

(Makes two short cocktails.)


300g watermelon
180ml sake


1. Chop and de-seed the watermelon. leaving some of the small, young seeds behind is fine, just remove the tough big ones – but if you have a super strong blender like my Sage Fresh and Furious blender, it'll totally pulverise any stragglers left behind.

2. Place in a sealable freezer bag and freeze for at least four hours, but preferably overnight.

3. Put the frozen watermelon chunks in a blender together with the sake, and blend until smooth.

4. Pour into two glasses. If you have any extra watermelon lying around, garnish the glasses with small slices, and serve.

Enjoy, and have fun.


Link to my blender on Amazon:

• Sage Fresh and Furious blender: https://amzn.to/3ggod2f


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