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The American Sake Market

USA Sake Market Overview The USA Sake market continues to be the global number one importer of Japanese Sake. 2016-2017 saw an increase of 16% 2017, with a dollar value increase from 800 million yen to 6 billion yen. This is an increase of 1.7 times from 2007 levels. Sake...
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Japanese Sake in the UK

The Sake market in the UK Japan is looking to increase Sake export sales in all global markets and the UK Sake market is no exception. Businesses are finding new ways to introduce imported Sake to the UK palate. It would be wise to note that Sake, although it is...
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Japanese Sake Tasting the right way

  Japanese Sake tasting involves the following sequence of steps. The procedure is basically the same as for wine tasting. (1) Observe the appearance, including color and clarity.   (2) Evaluate the uwadachika (orthonasal aroma) by bringing the vessel up to the nose and smelling the aroma given off directly by the sake.   (3)...
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Enjoy the Japanese Sake aroma

  The character of a Japanese Sake can be classified into four types. The unique character of Sake aroma is the because of different production methods, ingredients and water. These characters can be classified into four types. Of course everyone's ideas and feelings are different and, like wine, it comes to...
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Sake drinking temperatures

Sake Drinking Temperature Sake drinking temperatures are an important part of Sake. Sake is a drink that can be enjoyed at many temperatures. Each temperature has a different name. Sake can be enjoyed at a wide range of temperatures. Each temperature has a different name, and you can enjoy unique aspects...
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The potential of Japanese Sake in Australia

  Is the Australian Sake market a key target for Sake exporters? Demand in Japan for Japanese Sake has (unfortunately) been decreasing recently, partly due to changing palates of the younger population and because of the increase in popularity of wine, and more recently Craft beer. Statistics from the Japan Sake...
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Food and Sake Pairings that aren’t Traditional Japanese Dishes

Original words by: Sam Slaughter         Original Article: https://www.themanual.com/food-and-drink/food-sake-pairings-guide/ Food and Sake Pairings Food and Sake pairings will always bring a stock answer,  people will say Japanese Sake matches Japanese food, most likely sushi. A lot of us have only had Japanese sake when it has been served alongside sushi....
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What Is Japanese Sake?

Original words: Steven John      Original Article: https://www.themanual.com/food-and-drink/what-is-sake-explained-best-sake/ What Is Japanese Sake? The national beverage of Japan, sake (pronounced “sah-KAY”) is a fermented rice wine that has been enjoyed since at least the 8th century CE, though some historians believe it was consumed hundreds of years earlier. It is brewed using highly polished sake mai rice,...
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