You can enjoy sake in a variety of ways, from drinking it hot or cold to crafting the perfect sake cocktail. Sake is truly versatile, whether you have it with your favorite Japanese curry or want to drink it the next time you feel under the weather.
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Though sake has been around for thousands of years, it's relatively young in America. Whether you're sipping in California or tasting in New York, the United States offers an eclectic array of traditional and craft sake breweries to explore.
From fruity to flowery, these four Mother's Day sakes are a perfect addition to your annual celebration. If you like to drink sake, share a glass with your mother or give her a special gift she can enjoy whenever she'd like.
Each spring, the Japanese eagerly anticipate hanami. Literally translated as “looking at flowers,” hanami celebrates the delicate pink flowers' fleeting beauty. People of all sects picnic under the blooming trees, enjoying Japanese drinks and food.
Sake is an essential part of Japanese cuisine, and of course to this clam recipe! Try this as an appetizer or main dish.
What better way is there to wait for spring than to make some sake-spiked raindrop cakes? A little treat for the adults with a hint of cherry blossom.
You've heard of Strawberry Milkshakes... now introducing Strawberry Milk with sake! Sometimes you need the alcohol boost.
Learn all about three of the most highly touted Japanese home cold remedies, negi-miso-yu, shogayu and tamagozake, here, recipes included.
Got the winter blues? What you need is nabemono and warm sake, a Japanese tradition. Find out how it all works here.
The next time you feel yourself coming down with something this fall or winter, consider a hot cup of tamagozake to ease the discomfort. Rooted in a rich Japanese tradition, it just might help you feel better.