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Eigashima ShuzoHyogo, JapanHome to whisky brand Akashi, Eigashima Shuzo is the first licensed whisky maker in Japan. Eigashima Shuzo is one of the oldest family-run distillery with nearly 100 years experience in Japan. 1 Established in 1679, Eigashima was once considered one of the top 100 Japanese ..
Breaking with tradition, explore how you can use different glass shapes to enhance your enjoyment of sake! Join Riedel VP Asia-Pacific Mr Victor Ulrich as he hosts our first virtual (Zoom) Riedel Sake Glass Tasting in Singapore and learn how to enjoy premium sake at its best! To partici..
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..
Sake.Sg featured at Best in Singapore for The 11 Best Alcohol Delivery Services In Singapore [2019].  Read the full article here → The 11 Best Alcohol Delivery Services In Singapore 2019.   ..
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World Sake Day!
Kanpai to World Sake Day. 1st October is the World Sake Day that traditionally celebrated since 1978 in Japan to recall its history and numerous skilled brewers not only recognizes sake and contributions to Japanese culture.  During this month considered as the best time for sake brewing ..
How Sake is Made
Let's tackle some myths about Sake...  How is Sake made? Many thought that sake making is easy and simple but there are actually more processes into making a perfect sake. 1. Rice Polishing – Polishing too fast breaks kernels and over-heats the rice, so this work must done slowy..
Cooking with Sake
Ready for the Mahjong Season?  This Chinese New Year, everyone chiong for Mahjong ah!  Gather your friends and have a good Mahjong game but also remember to feed them with delicious food!  #DontSayBojio! We provide you our ultimate food secret recipe! TEBA SHIO (salted chicken..
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 ..