Sake has been popular in Europe for a while now. However, it is still a mysterious drink if you are not used to it. Sake does not only pair well with sushis or Japanese food, it has much more potential. Once you know about Sake basics, you will be more interested in the deep Sake world. Let’s review how to make Sake, how to serve it, store it, identify its different categories and enjoy them.
I will bring back interesting and fashionable Sakes from Japan in May.
It will be a good opportunity to sit up and take notes on this delicate drink. Welcome to the Sake world.
Sparkling Sake: Azakura Sparkling (Akita prefecture)
Futsushu: Mutsu Otokoyama (Aomori)
Junmaishu: Kaiun Tokubetsu Junmaishu (Shizuoka Prefecture)
Honjozo: Tamagawa Hitokuiiwa(Kyoto prefecture)
Ginjo: Zaku Kanadenotomo(Mie Prefecture)
Daiginjo: Haruhide (Hyogo prefecture)
Junmai Daiginjo: Born (Fukui prefecture)
Koshu: Darumamasamune 10 years old(Gifu prefecture)
Please note that Sake line-up might slightly change due to stock status and latest information as of May. We will try all these categories but representatives of each category may change. And there will be a few mystery Sakes to taste as well.
The tasting will be accompanied by cold finger food and cheese. Former head chef of Matsuri St.James (currently Onodera Restaurant) will provide a special tidbit menu for this tasting.
Galette with Edamame dip
Grilled aubergine with sweet miso paste
Salmon confit with Yuzu sauce
Grilled chicken wing
Salmon & Avocado roll and Vegetable roll
+ cheese and chocolate.
Venue: Hilton Doubletree Hotel 2, Bridge Place SW1
Mobility Rating: 3 steps to the foyer, then lift access
Nearest Train: Victoria – take the exit by platform 1
Dress: Smart but relaxed
Price p/ Person: £50 Members, Guests £55
Organiser: Kanako Takahashi Tel: 07925344503
e-mail: [email protected]
Bookings are closed for this event. Please contact the organiser for last-minute places.