Soiled Kimono Drink Recipe

If you are a fan of Champagne Cocktail then you have to try this Soiled Kimono Drink Recipe. In this post, I have tried to make the Popular Soiled Kimono Drink Recipe with some valuable information that you will like a lot I hope.

Soiled Kimono Drink Recipe
Soiled Kimono Drink Recipe

What Is A Soiled Kimono Drink?

Soiled Kimono Drink is a reference to Michael O’Donoghue, one of the original writers and creators of Saturday Night Live. In one of his “Mr. Mike’s Least-Loved Bedtime Tales,” the Soiled Kimono is a drink that Bill Murray toasted with as he revealed his passing on stage at Saturday Night Live. The cocktail is supposed to be garnished with a butterfly, but Maya’s has olives instead.

The Soiled Kimono Drink is made with French Champagne, Japanese Plum Wine, and Olive Juice. As a garnish, you will need Cheese Stuffed Olives & Maraschino Cherry.

You will need 5 ingredients, some bar tools, and 5 minutes of preparation time to make this Soiled Kimono Drink, which I explained in more detail below for your convenience.

The Ingredients & Tools Needs For Soiled Kimono Drink

The ingredients and tools are as follows:


French Champagne: You will need 4 oz of AR Lenoble Brut Blanc de Blancs French Champagne. Use AR Lenoble Brut Blanc de Blancs French Champagne or you can use Moët et Chandon or Veuve Clicquot brand champagne.

Plum Wine: You will need 2 oz of Japanese Plum Wine. Use TAKARA PLUM Wine Or KAMOIZUMI “UMESHU” PLUM WINE to get the best result.

Soiled Kimono Drink Recipe Ingredients
Soiled Kimono Drink Recipe Ingredients

Olive Juice: You will need 1/5 oz of olive juice. Use Boscoli Family brand olive juice to get the best result.

Olives: You will need 2 cheese stuffed olives for garnish. Green Jay Gourmet brand cheese stuffed olives are recommended.

Cherry: You will need 1 Maraschino Cherry for garnish. Use Filthy Food brand Maraschino Cherry or you can use another brand.


You will need Jigger, Bar Spoon, Skewer, and Serving Glass.

So let’s see How To Make A Soiled Kimono Drink Recipe at Home!

Soiled Kimono Drink Recipe

Soiled Kimono Drink Recipe

Josephen & Animash
Follow this Soiled Kimono Drink Recipe ingredients and directions and make a perfect Champagne cocktail like a professional mixologist.
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Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 0 minutes
Total Time 5 minutes
Course Drinks
Cuisine American, French
Servings 1
Calories 192 kcal

Equipment & Tools

  • Jigger
  • Bar Spoon
  • Skewer
  • Serving Glass



  • Take a Champagne glass or any serving glass and add 4 oz of chilled French Champagne.
  • Add 2 oz of chilled Japanese plum wine to the glass.
  • Mix the Champagne and Plum Wine with a bar spoon.
  • Garnish with 2 Cheese Stuffed Olives and 1 Maraschino Cherry with the help of a skewer.
  • Enjoy your Soiled Kimono Drink!


Serving: 6ozCalories: 192kcal (10%)Carbohydrates: 27.8g (9%)Protein: 0gFat: 0.6g (1%)Saturated Fat: 0gPolyunsaturated Fat: 0gMonounsaturated Fat: 0gTrans Fat: 0gCholesterol: 0mgSodium: 97mg (4%)Fiber: 0.4g (2%)Sugar: 24.2g (27%)Calcium: 0mgIron: 0mg
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Valuable Tips

What To Pair With Soiled Kimono Drink?

Nuts For Soiled Kimono Drink As A Side

You can enjoy this Soiled Kimono Drink with Nuts, Scrambled eggs, Popcorn, potato chips, Cheese, Any pasta with mushroom sauce, Fish, and seafood, especially lobster.

Can I Replace Any Of The Ingredients In This Soiled Kimono Drink?

You can use any brand of French Champagne (Moët et Chandon, or Veuve Clicquot) instead of the AR Lenoble brand. And also, you can replace any brand of Japanese Plum Wine (Kikkoman Plum Wine, or KAMOIZUMI “UMESHU” PLUM WINE) instead of TAKARA PLUM Wine brand. If you want to experiment with this drink then try different brands of alcohol, but the taste will little bit change.

Can I Make Soiled Kimono Drink In Advance?

Although it’s best to create the Soiled Kimono Drink just before drinking it, you can save time by preparing some of the ingredients in advance.

Mix the French Champagne and Japanese Plum Wine in a pitcher and keep it in the refrigerator. When you are ready to serve, remove it from the fridge, add a splash of olive juice on top, and garnish with cheese stuffed with olive and cherry.

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Health Benefits Of Soiled Kimono Drinks

Soiled Kimono Drink’s main ingredients are Champagne, Plum Wine, and Olive Juice, which have many health benefits. They are as follows:

Champagne: According to research conducted by the University of Reading, drinking two glasses of champagne per day may be healthy for the heart. According to the findings of the study, moderate daily consumption of Champagne wine enhances blood vessel function. This reduces the likelihood of cardiac problems and strokes.

Plum Wine: As plum wines are high in citric acid and other antioxidants, it is an aid in fatigue recovery and prevents oxidative damage to the body. Plums in umeshu can help with digestive issues such as constipation and diarrhea.

Olive Juice: Olive juice Improved nerve function, increased muscle control, healthier hair growth, decreased blood sugar, and blood pressure, balanced water levels, and bolstered the immune system.


Soiled Kimono Drink is one of the best holiday cocktails that you should try. Only 5 ingredients need and 5 minutes of preparation time to take to make this Soiled Kimono Drink at home for your family. At your upcoming gathering, this Soiled Kimono Drinki will undoubtedly be the most well-liked drink.

I hope you enjoy this Soiled Kimono Drink Recipe. It is perfect for celebrations, picnics, and other special events. If you enjoyed this Soiled Kimono Drink Recipe, please leave a comment and share it with your friends and family.

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