SHIN stands for “Honesty” in Japanese, which is the core value of Eigashima distillery throughout centuries, with strict uncompromising standards on quality of all products. Shin Whisky is made by Toji, the grand-master in the art of sake making, who implements the traditional craftsmanship and know..
Sake shouldn’t be confined to Japanese cuisine, says Joshua Kalinan, who often breaks out a bottle with Indian foodThe pairing: Three-layer fish and prawn dum biryani with cherry tomatoes cooked in a cast iron pot, with the limited edition Ohmine Shuzuo Sake Storm Cowboy The expert: MasterChef Singa..
Japan is famous for its alcohol drinks. Whether its sake, shochu, or Japanese whiskey, Japan always has something for everyone. Nonetheless, social drinking is a large part of Japanese culture and such social gathering for drinks are called nomikai (飲み会). Thus, the Japanese love for alcohol beverage..
Sake is versatile when coming to enjoy it. The two common serving temperatures is 15-20°C and 45-50°C as we commonly known as "cold" and "warm" serving respectively. Deciding on how it should be served in order to enjoy its' best depends on the style of a Sake. To the question of warm or cold, cold ..