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The most pleasant state of sake will be in the first three days

 unpasteurized namazake considered

What are the most popular Japanese sake?

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Dassai Junmai Daiginjo 50.

Hakkaisan Junmai Ginjo.

Kubota Senju "1000 Lives"

Suigei Tokubetsu Junmai “Drunken Whale”

Nihon Sakari “Gokun” Hanjozo.

Is cold or hot sake better?

Sake experts generally agree that most premium sake is best served chilled, with the optimum levelsake hong kong for ginjoshu, daiginjoshu, junmai daiginjoshu and unpasteurized namazake considered to be suzuhie or 'cool', at around 15 degrees Celsius.

Is sake the same as rice wine?

In essence, for the Japanese, Sake and rice wine are synonymous terms. You may also come across the word nihonshu, which also means rice wine in Japanese. In many Asian countries a similar rice wine is also brewed from rice (especially glutinous rice) also using koji as a saccharifying agent.

How long does sake last after opening?

Once opened, sake oxidizes but fortunately more slowly than wine. Drink sake within one week of opening but the most pleasurable state of the sake will be in the first 3 days. Unopened, sake is best drunk within 12 months of the bottling date or 2 years if kept in cool storage/refrigerated.

When should I drink sake?

They're typically served warm, and you can drink it as an aperitif or pair it with some heavier meals. Think of anything you might pair with a beer, and you can pretty much rely on Futsushu sakes to work.