In South Korea Soju is a way of life for many and it comes in many different forms. From the super strong stuff from China to the expensive luxury brands to the flavored types. Daepo (대포) which translates as Cannon, is in interesting mix of Dandelion and traditional Rice Soju. It comes in an interesting dark brown bottle which makes it look more like a beer.
Thoughts & Details
The taste is smoother and sweeter than regular soju (or Vodka). There is a sight hint of Dandelion but nothing over powering. It’s also has less of a kick than regular Soju. It’s a little plain but a nice option during the week with work looming the next morning.
Origin: South Korea
Proof: 13% Alcohol
Size: 330ml Bottle
Cost: Between ₩1500 to ₩3000 ($1.50 to $3)
Availability: Most Supermarkets and Larger Marts in South Korea
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