What could be more disappointing than ordering something, waiting for it with excitement and then realising that it’s something you don’t like. It happens quite often unfortunately and buying and ordering sake is not an exception. So in this episode, I would like to give you a few tips on choosing sake and also talk about some parameters you will find on the bottle beside a milling ratio. And my tips of course are based on my own experience.
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Using simple online tasting notes and sensible, affordable food pairings they help you find the perfect sake without any of the fuss. Listeners of the podcast can get a 10% discount Listen to the episode to get the magical code! London Sake: making sake simple.
- Tip #1: Ask the staff
- Tip #2: Ginjo and junmai food pairing
- Tip #3: The type of sake will give you a hint
- Tip #4: Check the price
- Tip #5: What the numbers on the label mean
- Sake of the episode: Dewazakura Ichiro “Abbey Road” Junmai Daiginjo
Wirklich Wichtig (CB 27) by Checkie Brown https://freemusicarchive.org/music/Checkie_Brown_1005/hey/Wirklich_Wichtig_CB_27
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