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Sake 101: A Beginner's Guide to Sake

A trip to Japan would not be complete without some sake tasting! But unless you are an avid sake drinker, it's hard to know where to begin.

Japanese sake, Kubota - my personal favorite...n mine too ;)

This is definitely not the sake you can find at the local market. Each drop of this excellent sake went down easy as water and left a great taste in my mouth. The only problem was that there was only so much in the bottle. Look closely at the label and you might see the crazy Elvis zombie. Blog - Facebook

It Packs a Punch: Why Unfiltered Sake is Growing in Popularity

Niigata-based sake brewery Asahi-Shuzu has released a new muroka nama genshu sake, an unfiltered, unpasteurized style of sake once considered sacrilegious.

What You Need to Know About Sake and How to Drink It

Sake can be confusing but a basic introduction will help you choose a good sake. Learn how to drink sake and discover fun cocktails to mix it into.

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What's the Difference Between Cold and Hot Sake, Anyway?

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This Sake Sommelier Wants You to Stop Drinking Crappy Hot Sake

Think you don't like sake? Motoko Watanabe of Zenkichi says that's because you've been drinking mass-produced swill that's served boiling hot to mask its crappiness.


An elegant Sake Serving Set in Celadon Grey Glaze. Available from: www.nomliving.com/products/49/all/home

Sake (SAH-keh) is made from rice and water. Widely enjoyed as an alcoholic drink in Japan, sake is also commonly used in Japanese cooking.

Sake is made from rice, yeast, and water. Widely enjoyed as an alcoholic drink in Japan, sake is also used in Japanese cooking.

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