Big points for creativity, but I'm not (yet) sold on this one:
Hopheads, a tapas bar near the wealthy city state’s busy shopping district, will offer the “Bromance”, made with beer, tequila, diet Coke and soju, the distilled rice liquor many Koreans consider their national drink.
“We have decided to use diet Coke as it is Trump’s favorite beverage,” manager Carlo Ibanez told Reuters, adding that a sticker of Trump and Kim puckering up would accompany the drink.
The drink mixes 150 ml of Asahi black beer with 60 ml of diet Coke, 20 ml tequila and 30 ml white grape soju.
It takes two to make a bromance, so the cocktail will only be served in pairs, at S$19.90 ($14.89) for both, although Kim is unlikely to share a toast with Trump, who does not drink alcohol.
“Customers will also be awarded a world peace sticker after drinking the cocktail,” Ibanez said. “We all hope something good would come out of this summit.”
And to lend some historical perspective to the upcoming summit, I've just devised a new cocktail of my own.
I call it the Pusan Perimeter.
It's a simple drink, made by shaking soju and canteen water roughly over rocks, then pouring into a tin cup rimmed with barbed wire.
Come on over and I'll make you one for free.