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Strong umami meal

Strong umami meals such as cheese, mushroom, raw ham and soy sauce taste harmonise rich SAKE, as it enhances the meal’s umami. Scientifically a cheese goes better with SAKE than wine! Enjoy a sense of unity in their aroma.

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Appetiser such as caprese salad, white fish carpaccio and roast beef are good with aromatic SAKE, as it brings out the flavours of the meals. If the meals are oily like bitterballen and croquette, refreshing SAKE matches well.

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Vegetables for main dishes go well with aromatic SAKE. Especially a meal with herbs enables you to find nicely enhanced flavour of the meal with aromatic SAKE.

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Fish and seafood

Fish and seafood for main such as sautéed fish with butter go well with sharp and savoury SAKE. Shellfish contains strong umami so rich SAKE matches well, as it can mitigate the fishiness and enhance the umami well.

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Meat for main dishes such as a beef steak, a lamb chop and grilled chicken go well with dry SAKE and refreshing SAKE, as they bring out the flavour of the meals and nicely refresh oil from your mouth.

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For dessert, fruits liqueur SAKE is best! You can enjoy either chilled or warmed. Also with a vanilla ice cream, put aromatic SAKE or dry SAKE on it. You’ll be amazed with SAKE affogato!

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Cocktail recipe


You may have heard a highball as a mixture of soda water and whisky. Yes spirits are used for highballs in general but recently a sake highball is also popular in Japan. Interestingly a sake highball enhances sweetness of the sake while it keeps the sake's aroma and flavour, so you can find it quite easy to drink. It's refreshing so Japanese enjoy it especially in hot Summer! To our delight, a sake highball has low calorie and fits variety of meals. It was very popular at our tasting researches!
How to make:
- Add as many ices as possible in a glass
- Pour sake in it and mix well
- Add soda water, the same amount as the sake
- (If you like) Add lemon juice or lime juice as you want
- Mix it gently

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SAKE contains nutrients which are good for your health and beauty and SAKE Sangría maximises the effect! Mix sliced fruits and SAKE, and leave it overnight. Enjoy with ices only, or add orange juice or sparkling water as you want! Fruits soaked with SAKE are also great dessert :) Refreshing SAKE matches well for Sangria. Sweet fruits go well with dry SAKE, and citrus and berries go well with sweet SAKE.

How to make:
- Mix sliced fruits and the Sake. A citrus and a berry go well with sweet Sake, while fruits with sweet flesh like a peach and an apple go well with dry Sake.
- Leave it overnight
- Enjoy with ices only, or add orange juice or sparkling water as you want! Fruits soaked with the Sake are also great dessert :)

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Lemon mix Sake

During the tasting people loved the mixture of the Sake and lemon juice! Squeeze a sliced lemon in the Sake and mix it. The acidity from the lemon makes the Sake mild. You’ll be amazed with this game changer!

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This Sake is great to be warmed, so how about healthy GlühSake?
 How to make:
 - Warm the Sake to around 40℃
 - Put a sliced ginger in it
 - Add honey and cinnamon as you want!
It’s great to prevent a cold or flu!

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Sake Umami juice

Sake's strong umami enhances the umami of juice. Apple, orange and tomato juice are recommended!
How to make:
- Mix Sake and your favourite juice in the ratio of 1:1.
- Add ices if you want!

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Greentea Sake

These two awesome Japanese liquids are a great match! The green tea's bitterness gets mild thanks to sake's sweetness and green tea increases sake's umami. Also the mix of the refreshing green tea smell and alcohol will impress you. Some green tea makers also recommend this mixture and you can enjoy either hot or chilled. Other kinds of Japanese tea like Hoji tea and Genmai tea also match sake well!

How to make:
- Mix sake and green tea in the ratio of 1:1
If you have green tea leaves:
- Put around 6g green tea leaves in a tea pot
- Pour chilled 120ml sake in it
- Leave it for around 5min and pour it in a glass

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Salty dog Sake

The acidity of grapefruite makes Sake's flavor mild!
How to make:
- Salt the rim of a glass
- Mix Sake and grapefruite juice in the ratio of 4:5 over crushed ice

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Sake Mojito

Its refreshing taste is best for Summer!
How to make:
- Add mint leaves and 1tsp gomme syrup in a glass and crush the leaves
- Add crushed ices in it
- Add Sake and sparkling water in the ratio of 1:1 and mix it

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Same as wine, Sake also has difference! 
The Sake Service Institute (SSI) created four classifications based on aroma and flavor: Kunshu, Soshu, Junshu and Jukushu. Please find more here.




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