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The popularity of Japanese restaurants abroad and the accompanying sake drinking tradition has been enhanced by a UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage listing in 2013 declaring washoku, or traditional Japanese cuisine, as a cultural heritage of humanity.
As for yeast, there are many different strains used, each yielding different final aromatics in the sake.
In Japan, sake with a long finish is not considered as being very good; rather, a short finish is preferred.
TY KU has supported its education program through POS items, social media marketing, and even sake educational classes to help retailers understand the category better.
With expert advice from our host, we came happily to the sake we now believe to be the perfect sushi beverage.
Otherwise, look for Genshu if you'd like undiluted sake, and Nama if you like your sake unpasteurized.
There are no additives so it's known as "pure rice" sake.
For Goodness Sake branches on Guisborough's Westgate and in Coulby Newham's Parkway Centre opened in the late 80s and they now have a website for online sales too, www.
The Oriental will be introducing sake and sake cocktails, made from the alcoholic rice drink.
The figures for sake during the same period were 737 bottles valued at about 1.
Love can even take place after marriage, and that is love for the sake of love.
There wasn't a lot of selection and what did come to us was an inferior brew," says Ed Lehrman, founder of Vine Connections, a wine and sake importer.
3 : an act of giving up something especially for the sake of someone or something else <We were happy to make a sacrifice of our time to help a friend in need.
Japanese sake company Akashi-Tai is introducing smaller bottles to its range in a bid to boost trial of the rice-based spirit.