With all the anime this seasonal sparking debates and deep thoughts, I wanted something to watch that would make me feel relaxed. Browsing through the shows I landed upon this one, and what I saw for 40 minutes, did not disappoint me.
While others will disagree with me, I genuinely feel that Osake wa Fuufu ni Natte kara is one gem of an anime. A sweet take on the everyday life of a couple will make any depressed or grumpy guy happy.
Chistao is a working woman in a company. Pretty, reserved and excellent in her work. Sora, her husband, works in a bar. The anime deals
with Chi-chan being welcomed or treated to a drink by her husband everyday, and the cuteness that un-follows thereafter.
There's not much to think, not much to debate while watching the anime. Just kick back and relax as you see a cute couple still enjoying their days. It's an overall enjoying package and honestly for a 3 minute short with 13 episodes a critical part by part analysis seems foolish.
Chi-chan and Sora are really couple goals. Chisato is for sure my waifu of the season. Her drunk face, her serious face and her face filled with the love for her husband are too damn cute. If only there were cute girls like that in real life(deep sighs of regret).
Rather than reading the many review, go watch it. You will not be disappointed unless you have made up your mind to hate it.
P.S. About the many alcoholic recipes given in the anime, I tried to make a few. It was hard and didn't taste right. Something is best left with the professionals I guess.
Love is Like a Cocktail (AKA: Osake wa Fuufu ni Natte kara) represents everything that’s I hate about the romance genre. Maybe you’ll have more patience for it, but I’m a pretty cynical person by nature so I struggled to not look at it spitefully.
The worst issues that plague this show:
1. A man gives woman alcohol for the first time, now she’s an alcoholic. (Great influence! Why not marry him!?!)
2. She marries him to have a personal bartender. (a Hilariously misguided example of romance.)
3. Guy buys his wife with alcohol. (There’s more to love than just substance!)
4. She becomes drunk very easily and throws
herself at him. (Wow nice life lessons!)
5. A "romance" starring adults is written with all the seriousness you'd expect of Umaru-chan.
(If you wanted to make a goofy romance, then alcohol-fueled relationships was not a good choice. It could have easily been a drama if they didn't approach a careful subject like alcoholism with so little care for the gentle subject.)
You can’t teach an audience that a relationship works that way. Love doesn’t and shouldn’t work like that. Alcohol doesn't work like that! When you’re making an anime (watched mostly by kids or young adults) then it’d probably be a good idea to consider your audience.
On top of this show’s agregious issues it also fails to provide a decent watching experience. Despite being only 3 minutes long it is incredibly repetitive, each episode has the same sequence of events and it isn't funny or entertaining. The show has a simple but kind-hearted intentions that just don't come across at all. It wants to be cute and heartwarming but instead it borders on insulting.
Every episode a stressed-out businesswoman, Chisato, is comforted by her husband, Sora, with alcohol and/or food he prepares himself. Chisato and Sora have no chemistry, other than she likes the drinks that he makes and he likes feeding her. There is no spark between them. I wouldn't even believe that they were married if there wasn't an obligatory backstory episode.
Love is Like a Cocktail is just a cooking show (and not a very good one at that) with a seemingly obligatory romance tacked on. Look no further than their undercooked relationship, there's no chemistry!
Their relationship is platonic at best, toxic at worse. No one should take their relationship seriously. This isn't what healthy romance looks like, it's poison and could never exist this happily in real life. Sure, if there were other qualities that Chisato and Sora loved each other for I could see it being more believable. But there are none. The show does not develop them past, a cute tired woman who likes alcohol, and a bartender who likes cute woman.
Danna ga Nani wo Itteiru ka Wakaranai Ken this is not.
Story 2/10 What story? +1 for a generously brief length.
Art 6/10 Fine. The food and drinks look… edible I guess?
Sound 6/10 Nice ed. The voice acting is ok.
Character 1/10 +1 for the lemon.
Enjoyment 2/10 The lemon was pretty funny.
It's bad. Not just for short-form anime. It fails because it doesn't try to create a convincing romance or realistic characters, instead it just forces overbearing cuteness onto you. Maybe cute lady drinking alcohol is all you need for 3 minutes, but there should be something more.
Perhaps you may get some fleeting enjoyment from it if you are more tolerant to problematic disposable entertainment than I am. But for me 3 minutes a week is far too long to waste on this drivel.
Admit it, one of the very few good things that ever happen to adulthood is alcohol. It's basically a legal drug that gives you the power of unconditional happiness and the ability to enjoy yourself and express yourself to the fullest.
That being said, drinking (in moderation of course) is nice, yeah. But you know what's better? Watching a composed and serious office lady flip her moe-gap switch to the blushy-cuddly side as she got drunk, probably in the cutest way ever.
- Mrs. Mizusawa herself. What a lovable girl.
- And together with her husband, I think they're the cutest couple of this season.
- I'm sure
it wouldn't be hard for the ladies to fall for the diligent and caring husbando Sora.
- Some cocktail brewing tips at the end of every episode. Like, very simple ones. Nice extras, no?
If you seek interesting story or good comedy, i'm afraid you'll be dissapointed. It's pretty obvious since each episode is only 3 minutes long and doesn't have much to offer strict viewers. It's only a few minutes laid back before bed.
Personally i think with budget for a short animation, the creators've done a decent job. But harshly saying, story, artwork, animation and sound really does look mediocre.
Anyway, what should we say while enjoying this cute version of "Bartender"?
Osake wa Fuufu ni Natte kara or Love is like a Cocktail is a great anime short about a couple in which the husband is a bartender Masaki Shiraishi voiced by Kenji Akabane that gives her wife Chisato Mizusawa voiced by Eri Kitamura alcohol to soothe her worries away...with a lemon mascot showing us how to make these delicious concoctions.
If that sounded like LA thinks it sounded to you all and LA KNOWS SOME OF YOU WILL...STOP, it's not like that.
If anything between Masaki and Chisato it's the cocktails that brought them together and we even get shown
this during a backstory about how they met.
The "beergasm" if anything is VERY similar to Shokugeki no Souma's foodgasms and with Eri Kitamura's brilliantly done drunk vocals and her great accenting makes the beergasms all the more to look forward to.
The animation done by Creators in Pack did decent enough with this short by showing off some detailed animations on the cocktails as well as the decent enough character designs to make them all distinguishable. Even then, the lemon mascot (that shows up a lot) though he's expected character design for a mascot isn't that bad either. Either way the animation is pretty good if only because of the detailed cocktails.
The voice acting....well LA already said it but Eri Kitamura is MVP in this anime short if only because of her great transitioning between strict and focused office lady accenting to delightful drunk.
Osake wa Fuufu ni Natte kara is FAR from being a horrible anime short, it's just merely a relationship of a husband and wife with alcohol involved and how they help each other from the worst or best of times and the alcohol in question is NOT brought up in a bad light and THAT is quite something even for an anime short.
So if you wanna see Eri Kitamura beergasm then Osake wa Fuufu ni Natte kara has your order.
What's the best thing after a stressful day at work? Unwinding with a bit of alcohol of course!
That's basically the gist of this little short called Osake wa Fuufu ni Natte kara. It's all about married couple Sora and Chisato enjoying their couple life by having Chi-chan get drunk.
It's a three minute short so you shouldn't expect much in the way of story, though the anime did surprise me by having, of all things, a two episode arc detailing the couple's first encounter. That was a nice touch the show decide to put at the end to give a bit more closure and also as
a chance to have more cute moments with the two.
The entire show is built around these cute moments. Nothing really matters aside from these. Well, maybe aside from the drink recipe you're shown in every episode. If you feel like it you could probably make these drinks on your own since they're really simple, I however haven't tried it.
What else is there to say, really? The animation is below average, being mostly very still. The music may as well be non-existent and as mentioned above there's really no story to speak of.
What you see is what you get: a lovely, perfect couple and some drinks which make Chi-chan go all red and adorable.
I recommend watching this once a day, or once a week since it could get old watching what is essentially the same few story beats over and over again.
If you do decide to give this anime a try you'll find a relaxing three minute show that will make you wish you had a wife like Chi-chan or a husband like Sora and maybe also a cold drink in hand.
Ok, so last call, last call finish your drink, the bar is about to close for the night...:
Ok, so what we have here is what can be called as Alcohol Porn for people who grew up and wanting to get something after a long days work, and this basically represent Japanese society where everyone drinks from the kohai to the sempai, from the guys who wanna have a good time to the girls who just wanna have a night off, so what gives:
Poor 3, Story:
Well it's poor cu'z there isn't any story, just a husband and wife tandem, where the guy serves hie wife something
to drink that typically makes her wasted and that's that. Cu'z everything around here were just cocktail recipes.
Decent 4, Art:
Cu'z there isn't any fanservices around here, so don't expect any.
Decent 4, Sound:
No comment here.
Pathetic 1 , Character:
Chi Chan and Sora maybe the cast here but it was the cocktails that were the mainstay, around here , beside what Sora does to Chi-chan was simply making her a drunkard.
Decent 4, Enjoyment:
Part of me sees this enjoyable as we see Chi Chan getting drunk , but part of me sees this as a PTW.
Dreadful 2, Overall:
Basically, if this is studio "Creators In Pack" and original creator Crystal na Yousuke idea of a cocktail magazine documentary, then they were in the wrong place, cu'z they minus well be in Nat Geo People or FYI channel, to promote drinking and getting wasted.
LAST CALL 'Til bar closes!!!!!!!!Now PAY YOUR BILL!!!!!
The ed is nice and the show is cute and everything but holy god damn, are they ever lazy with the animation. I realize they're not running on much of a budget but if you're going to make anime, then at least put some effort into it. After looking into the studio who created this anime, I can't say I'm surprised. Everything that they've created is bad. It has no soul, no creative passion. They just find as many web manga/4-koma manga, no matter the quality, to adapt. I fully admit that there are some redeemable things. The ed is good. Drunk moe girl is
cute. But seriously mon, ask yourself, is that worth it? The characters are bland, uninspired, etc. It seems like they've been purposely created to make you viscerally go aww but really their relationship dynamics are nonsensical. The guy is a stay at home husband which is cool and everything because it's a twist from the way it usually is but this is literally the only point of his character. His only perceivable trait is that he is super nice, the perfect hubby. I feel like he is nothing but a wish fulfillment fantasy for women who have no idea what a relationship is like, let alone a marriage. Marriage is complicated and this show shows none of that. It's not even funny. In three words, it is bad.
Unlike the anime, "I can't understand what my husband is saying" -- this anime despite the quality animation, seems to be made by someone with an overly idealistic outlook on married life.. with absolutely no clue how long term couples behave.
I was honestly expecting more out of this. Only enjoyed how voluptuous she was, everything else was extremely unrealistic and disappointing.
They're essentially middle school couples that get embarrassed over just being hugged... and made to look like grown ups...
i swear even my first relationship ever at the age of 14 was ten times more mature than these "married couples"
Nonexistent. everything is a plot device
so that chi chan can come home and have beta-kun serve her alcohol and rewards him the same way a middle school girl would their boyfriend after a week of dating.
It's only saving grace, without the decent animation, the most I could give this would be a 2/10. If they wrote this off as purely ecchi, then this section alone could warrant for the majority of it's rating, because chi chan is very well endowed. -- alas I was expecting a heartwarming anime about cute married couples.
The voice actors did their job properly, the sound effects team as well. such wasted potential.
Zero actual depth for characters, the beta husband-kun exists to do two things;
1- Worship his goddess and make offerings of alcohol and food, always and ALWAYS after saying, "meshi agare" this is an absolute must.
2- Be the human equivalent of a scratching pole for a cat. i.e. a human shaped object with no emotions of its own, whose existence is solely for the purpose of being an object for the MC to cling to once she's drunk.
the husband is essentially what you'd expect of a preteen boyfriend simulator robot with no emotions.
Only saving grace is her well developed body and cute face, aside from that... she has no personality, she goes to work, come back, gets drunk, acts cutesy and stuff, never gets laid with her husband, at most gets a little kiss on the forehead or something --- despite the fact that these are MARRIED PEOPLE.
Enjoyment and overall: 3
didnt really enjoy this at all really, but seeing the fact that this was animated pretty well and the voice actors did a decent job, I couldnt bring myself to rate this any lower.
but in all honesty, this anime was horrible. these are SUPPOSED TO BE MARRIED PEOPLE with actual jobs and crap, and yet they act like middle school kids on their first relationship.
apparently they're old enough to drink, but never do they ever actually do things mature, married people do.
whoever wrote the source material, is probably a virgin and has never once had a relationship longer than 2 weeks.
like seriously... so much wasted potential.
tl;dr: crap imitation of "I Can't Understand What My Husband is Saying" with good animation and innocent ecchi.
Osake wa Fuufu ni Natte Kara: An entertaining series to have a good time
After watching the 13 episodes of Osake wa Fuufu ni Natte Kara I must say that the series totally met my expectations. A good anime
As I have said many times, finding series whose protagonists are a couple is difficult and the issue is even more complicated if you are looking for a place where both are married. And I say really married, those contraptions of an arranged marriage (not consummated) where nobody wants to be; or that couple that is committed, but by third parties and in reality they do not feel
anything, they do not strain anymore.
Especially since at the end of the day it is obvious that the intention of the authors is to "get out" of the cliché of the epilogue couples by "putting them together" at the beginning; but in the end, however theoretically they may not be, in fact they are epilogue couples.
And if we get into comedy, the matter is even worse because it is almost a rule that the couple is not together.
In addition, the premise is attractive. It is a couple where he is a master to make cocktails and she is an alcohol lover who gets super sweet when she gets drunk. A couple sent to do. In fact, they know each other when she went to have a drink at the bar where he works.
Obviously it is that dynamic of her being super serious and cutting when she is sober and super tender when drunk; and he is always looking for ways to make her drunk to enjoy his cuddly wife that moves the whole plot.
It is this premise that moves all this anime and as every series that shows a recurring pattern, there is always the risk that it ends up being boring for the repetitive. However, it is the variety of situations that give freshness to the couple's interactions.
There the manga shows that while you can find variety in the details, repeating the same structure is not a bad approach; and the anime knew how to capture that essence and capture it faithfully and impeccably in each of the episodes.
At a technical level it is not a series to highlight, the animation is regular, the design of characters too, the soundtrack does not have much to offer except the ending that lets itself be heard; and the management, although it was not extraordinary, has the merit of having found the ideal way to faithfully adapt the original material.
In short, a series that will not be in any top, but that is one of those different and interesting things offered by the season that has just ended. If you are looking for a light and entertaining comedy do not hesitate to give this series a try.
We know that one can not demand much of an anime with time around 3 minutes per episode, but even an anime like that has to have criteria. As a development of a story, the characters, appropriate scenarios, moral of the story, techniques well used. Unfortunately this anime did not live up to expectations.
The story is about an alcoholic woman, in which she should produce comical or sexy moments after drinking. From the perspective of being an anime of short duration does not require a dense script, with deep dialogues, yet it does not comply with what is available. The scenes that should be sexy
or comic do not construct dialogues or images that emphasize or convince this.
While the characters are at their worst, the author seems to be bold in moments, but overall he is only committed to feminist, politically correct, and "morally modern" clichés. There is an inversion in the amime of the roles of man and woman they occupy in society, which is bold, yet it does not seem to be so daring in the scenes when they demanded a little more female sexuality. The woman several times shoots, then cuts the scene and ends the anime frustrating who watches, but if they had a little bit of eechi maybe they could convince and even become funny.
Scenarios are limited, within what was expected, the picture quality, stroke rule, sharpness and focus are satisfactory. Although it does not have large fluid scenes, but it is within the proposed and without disappointment. If in other of the quests the anime sends badly at least in this one he is well, presenting / displaying no great error.
With regard to techniques what bothered was the sound. The male voice actor, Ichiki, Mitsuhiro of Sora was very annoying, and the lack of a soundtrack, of music, made all the difference to not transmit any emotion. In the other technical aspects no major problems were perceived.
The end of the anime, the last three episodes give an improvement, with finally some evolution in history. Despite being a flashback, there is the construction of a novel with a good development and repeating only in the last episodes. We can say that it is the only thing that really saves the anime and possibly also the lemon.
Soon the anime if it is that we can call thus, does not have a satisfactory moral conclusion. It could be said that this is a bad taste of alcoholic drinks for women, in which the message is to marry a bartender, make him your domestic servant, and get drunk that he will love you. There is also the fact that the target audience is likely to be younger because it is an anime and without strong scenes that can not go on television at any time, even when there should be a better construction of the plot.
This anime I want to say is nothing special but then I remember that is a complete lie. Time to read too much into a 39 min anime (closer to 33 from closing credits).
1. Q: Are the characters lovable?
A: Absolutely! I've not seen much of this season to my own regret but I can still say this is one of the best couples I have seen in a long while.
The main couple is once married so instead of the classical cringe of them never admitting their love when it blatant here it is reminded they love one another every
The greatest representation of this is when Sora comes down with a cold and Chi cooks for him. Her ability to do anything is shown to be horrendous but for her husband, she tries multiple time to get it right. "Through sickness and in health"
Every other episode is a representation of Sora's love for his wife, Chi. The greatest show of this is when Chi tries to go without alcohol for multiple days. He is shown to be depressed as her condition worsens from fatigue to where he makes a drink specifically to help her. After such, he is shown to be restless in bed without her as he stares at his clock seemingly counting the minutes without her.
Leaving bed he walks to her workroom to find her asleep on the computer the complete report beside her. With a smile, he picks her up and carries her to bed before kissing her and complimenting her. "To love and to cherish"
2. Q: Did I enjoy the anime?
A: Yes! It's very much an adult Himouto! Umaru-chan. Each episode gives you a different drink to try and to go along with diabetes from sugar overload. Maybe not that second part but it sure felt like it. Having now tried three of the twelve they've shown, egg shake, fake beer, and Irish coffee, they seemed to be pretty good.
3. Q: What did I dislike about the anime?
A: The length of the episodes, but I feel if they were longer the appeal of them would drop. The main part of this show really seems to be showing different types of drinks. In a thirty minute episodes and or a movie-style anime that feeling would be lost.
With each episode being short there aren't many changes in personality. That doesn't mean there isn't a story you can read into. I say this because there is a story that if you sit down and ignore the drinks you can love and enjoy.
4. Q: Closing words?
A: Much like everything else this isn't perfect nor is it for everyone. This is about two people who found their love for another from a fateful day of tripping and alcohol. A wife who feels she can only show herself when drunk and a husband who indulges her in said fantasy. It's three minutes each episode and I greatly suggest watching.
As someone who hates alcohol I found this show to be horrible and greatly disturbing. The show is all about a MAN constantly taking advantage of his SEX SLAVE (read as wife) by using DRUGS such as alcohol to loosen her inhibitions so he can RAPE her, EVERY NIGHT. Now our girl Chisato wasn't always a horrible drunk, but she was made that way by a MAN.
The origins of Chisato's alcoholism is revealed in a flashback later in the series. Back when she didn't have a crippling alcohol addiction, then everything changed when a MAN introduced her to alcohol as a fun thing to drink.
He lured her in with a sweet alcoholic dessert then as the night went on he continued feeding her these sweet cocktails until she passes out drunk in the bar (I bet that MAN RAPED her while she was passed out). From that moment it is all down hill for Chisato as she is addicted to alcohol now and is all but forced to marry the MAN that started her addiction in the first place. He used alcohol to start her addiction and then using her FORCED addiction he continued to string her along with alcohol until she became his SEX SLAVE (read as wife) and sugar mommy so he wouldn't have to work (truly this show is nothing but RAPE CULTURE propaganda propped up by the PATRIARCHY).
These tragic events lead to the series proper in which each episode we see this STRONG INDEPENDENT WOMAN come home to her leach of a husband who feeds her alcohol until her inhibitions are loose enough that he can RAPE her. That is pretty much the story for every episode. The only saving grace of this anime is that it is so short.
At a merciful run time of 3 minutes every episode, which is thankfully cut even shorter by the 30 second outro of a fun little ending song with a cute lemon person riding a motorcycle (The only good part of the show in my opinion), I still cannot recommend this to anyone but pedophiles, racists and republicans, after all RAPE is still RAPE no matter how long it lasts. I really liked the little lemon person though so I am adding plus one to the overall rating of the show, and with that I give "RAPE is like a FORCED ADDICTION" a 2 out of 10 and a recommendation to skip it.
I was pleasantly surprised that each episode is only about 3 minutes long; All 14 episodes can be powered through in a single sitting. If you are looking for a "turn your brain off" anime then you've picked the right one. The story isn't very strong, and character development is near non existent, however, it was still very enjoyable. Additionally, each episode comes with a fun cocktail recipe to try!
Most of the episodes follow a fairly linear plot line. The main character gets through her day at work, comes home to her husband, and has a drink. A cocktail recipe is shown, the main
character has a cute moment with her husband and the episode ends.
Overall quite enjoyable if you're looking for something simple and fun.
This series is short and cute. You don't get a lot in terms of story and development, but it provides just enough enjoyment to be worth the short watch. Plus, the variety of drinks featured (alcoholic and non-alcoholic) provide an interesting educational angle.
I will say, the implications of this story are a little disconcerting, as it appears that the wife is an obsessed alcoholic, though she wouldn't allow herself to be drunk in public if at all possible. Considering the target audience of the show, working adults who probably drink a lot anyway, the show does a very good job of presenting the main
couple as responsible adults who care for each other deeply, even if that is mostly implied rather than seen.
TL;DR Short cute series for adults that are equal parts story and alcohol
Love is Like a Cocktail is easily digested by those well versed in alcoholic beverages or interested in trying out new combinations, whether that be for self interest or to impress their friends at social gatherings. Each episode features a unique drink accompanied by a brief explanation of the ingredients, i.e: 200 ML milk + 1 tbsp honey + 1 tbsp orange marmalade + 1 banana slice = A delicious banana cocktail. Yum. There's even a small community of fans dedicated to replicating the recipes from this anime that can be found on youtube and various blogs across the internet.
If you don’t care for
alcohol then perhaps you'd be interested in the perverted pandering of a thicc blonde getting wasted every episode in the company of her husband. Chisato is a stoic businesswoman by day and a sloppy drunk by night that makes a barrage of cute faces and puts her body in compromising positions. Unfortunately for viewers with lewd expectations, Chisato's husband Sora displays a level of self restraint that would put a nun to shame, denying every single physical advance of his wife while she is under the influence of alcohol. As a self professed ecchi degenerate this was very annoying. Cocktease cocktail could be an alternative title.
It's rare that you'll find an anime, let alone a short, that'll teach you something informative that can be put to good use recreationally, and for that reason this anime is worth checking out even if the fanservice is rather lackluster.
Osake wa Fuufu ni Natte kara(Love is like a cocktail) is a really short anime with a 3m length episodes, but this anime is obviously one of the cutest anime I have seen in a while it is relaxing and you get a warm feeling,
The anime is about a couple that meet in a rainy day, where Chisato Mizusawa meets her soul mate Sora, where she was standing front of the bartender cafe, Sora ends up giving her her first drink and since then they have this secret about Chisato’s cuteness when she’s drunk.
we follow their daily lifes together, where Chisato is a assistant manager
and gets a lot of respect in the company, but she has a secret, that only her husband knows about her weakness against alcohol and how cute she can become. Everyday when Chisato comes home from work she will get delicious drinks from her husband and then she goes kawaii mode then we watch the cute relationship between Chisato and the perfect husband Sora
We can’t say there is a really story here other than the animes goal here is to give us a warm feeling and loads of cuteness
The anime is really well animated and it really suits the genre, the drinks etc. are really well animated to show how delicious they’re
The ending song is really cool and sounds perfect for the genre, the voice actors suit our characters well aswell
As character I would say my personal favorite was lemon-kun ^^
I really enjoyed watching this anime, the cuteness was what I needed in such a depressing day basically made my day better
Honestly, I stumbled upon this anime bored out of my mind; and as I was looking for good anime to watch, I came upon this series. Looking for something that felt like nothing more than a casual, happy-go-lucky type anime, this satisfied what I was looking for.
The jist of the story is that a corporate businesswoman named Chisato is married to her bartender husband, Sora. Chisato is normally very quiet and conserved at her job, but hides the fact that she has a large alcohol intolerance, essentially being a "one-shot wonder". This anime is a nice little relaxing series about her
getting drunk and the cute happenings that ensue.
There's honestly not much to critique about the anime; I mean, the episodes are only a few minutes long. The art and sound were on par with expectations, and there is a lack of character development as there is no real storyline to this series.
I definitely enjoyed this as something no more than a cute, romantic anime I'd watch all over again in my free time. But if you are looking for something with a storyline, or something with development, I suggest you go look someplace else.
There really isn't much to say about the plot of this series or its characters, its just the interactions between a bartender husband and his wife who when she drinks she acts all cute and drunk when she gets a different each night. And its the same repeated joke in nearly each and every episode.
The two main characters are simple, in which I know they are married and have jobs, that Chisato is reserved and works hard at her office job and her husband Sora, is soft spoken and caring to his wife. I just don't know much about their personalty beyond that
or even anything about the supporting cast as well. With little comedy in each episode that kind of got a chuckle out me, the same setup and same joke in each episode makes it predictable and tiring to watch.
Animation was surprisingly good for a series with only a three minute run time per episode. It looks fine for what sets out to be with characters looking good and the drinks looking colorful and distinct. Yeah I'm not a person that likes alcohol that much but they were good to look at. As were the voice actors they were fine for what they given to do, though I was not a fan of the ending song.
I have seen many short anime series with three to five minutes of content each episode such as this, some of have been great and some have been terrible, Love is like a cocktail falls right in the middle. Its not bad nor is it good, i just personally find it average, though I do wish that the relationship between the main characters was better explored in some of the episodes. It still is fine especially when I took my time to watch each episode a little at bit throughout my days of watching it, then I would have if I watched it all in one day binge.