SANGSOM

BUCKET 4.0

SANGSOM BUCKET 4.0

Inspired by the four types of Thai drinkers you typically meet in a local drinking session, Bucket 4.0 is a series of SangSom-based bucket recipes designed to match each of those personalities.

We all know someone who’s usually shy when it comes to speaking foreign languages but turns into a native speaker once they’ve had a sip of alcohol. How about an all-nighter who just won’t quit until the sun comes up? Which camp do you fall into?

Snake Snake Fish Fish

“Snake snake fish fish” is what English sounds like to Thai ears (sorry, we don’t make the rules), which, in turn, inspires this drink made with guava* juice. Goodbye to being tongue-tied, hello to “I’m fine, thank you and you?”

*Guava in Thai is called “farang” which also means “foreigners.”

Ingredients

  • SangSom 150 ml. 

  • Lemon-flavoured vitamin C water 140 ml.

  • Guava juice 400 ml.

How to mix

  1. Prep the ingredients.

  2. Pour the guava juice into the bucket and follow with lemon-flavoured vitamin C water, and SangSom.

  3. Top with ice cubes and give it a final mix-through with a straw.

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Mah Kra Teub Like

Here’s one for all the Romeo’s out there. Spread that ‘Like’ energy and keep it going all night long with this extra potent concoction.

Ingredients

  • SangSom 300 ml.

  • Energy Drink 300 ml.

  • Soda water 325 ml.

  • 5 fresh lime wedges

How to mix

  1. Prepare all of the ingredients.

  2. Pour the soda water into the bucket and follow with energy drink, and SangSom.

  3. Finish it off with lime juice.

  4. Top with ice cubes and give it a final mix-through with a straw.

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Mhee Mai Roo Lom

Inspired by a Thai moonshine that translates to “a bear that never falls”, this drink is perfect for those who keep insisting that the night’s still young. Cheers to the only one left standing.

Ingredients

  • SangSom 150 ml.

  • Energy drink 250 ml.

  • Watermelon-flavoured green tea 380 ml.

  • 3 Fresh lime wedges

How to mix

  1. Prepare all of the ingredients.

  2. Pour the watermelon-flavoured green tea into the bucket and follow with energy drink, and SangSom.

  3. Finish it off with lime juice.

  4. Top with ice cubes and give it a final mix-through with a straw.

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Nok Ni Run

We all have that one friend who’s perpetually unlucky in love. And we all have to sit through their sob story at one point or another. With the healing properties of “jub liang” (Chinese herbal cooling tea) in this drink, it’s a win-win for everyone involved.

Ingredients

  • SangSom 150 ml.

  • Lemon-flavoured vitamin C water 140 ml.

  • Kyoho grape juice 150 ml.

  • Jub liang 250 ml.

  • 3 fresh lime wedges

How to mix

  1. Prepare all of the ingredients.

  2. Pour the Chinese herbal cooling tea into the bucket and follow with kyoho grape juice, lemon-flavoured vitamin C water, and SangSom.

  3. Finish it off with lime juice.

  4. Top with ice cubes and give it a final mix-through with a straw.

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