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Unlike other beverages, sake can be served hot, cold, or even iced. That’s because different types of sake taste better when served at different temperatures. This infographic can help you learn more about how types of sake are served and how you can pair them with sushi.

Premium sake is clean and structured and offers a full sake taste. This pure rice wine has no distilled alcohol added and can enhance a variety of sushi rolls! Check out this infographic from Sho Sushi for more facts about sake options.

sake champagne mojito

Ummm, heck yeah I am trying this, and know which two girlfriends will participate in tryiong this champagne concoction with me:)

Ginjo-shu is a type of sake that is well-known for its pleasant smell. With its full, rich flavor, it is most often enjoyed hot. This infographic from a Japanese steakhouse in San Jose has more information about sake.

Food infographic Food infographic Infographic: alles over sake. Infographic Description Food infographic Infographic: alles over sake - Infographic Sourc

「芋、お湯割りで」「泡盛ロックで」。居酒屋でいつものように楽しんでいる焼酎。だが、その製法や分類と…

「芋、お湯割りで」「泡盛ロックで」。居酒屋でいつものように楽しんでいる焼酎。だが、その製法や分類と…

Essential Guide to Sake Ingredients. Can you name them all? #Sake #infographics #Japan.

Sake is made from rice. Can you name all of 5 main sake ingredients? Check out our amazing infographic and learn ingredients of Sake!

How to Pair Sake with Grilled Summer Foods (also has some general sake pairing advice)

How to Pair Sake with Grilled Summer Foods

How to Pair Sake with Grilled Summer Foods (also has some general sake pairing advice)

3 Ingredient (and steps too) Honeydew Sake Sorbet! Easy Entertaining!

Easy Entertaining: Honeydew Sake Sorbet

Easy Entertaining: Honeydew Sake Sorbet - Sugar and Charm - sweet recipes - entertaining tips - lifestyle inspiration

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