We discovered a whole new way to look and enjoy Sake after attending an event called 'Discover Sake' recently.
There are several different types of Sake designed to be enjoyed alone or more typically with food. Food pairings with Sake are just a standard part of dining in Japan. Most Sake is produced at about 15 per cent alcohol although we tasted one that was only seven per cent alcohol. There is even a sparkling Sake which we especially enjoyed with some appetizers. Some Sake is clear, others cloudy as was the sparkling one which offered citrus flavors.
Greeting us as we arrived for the seminar and tasting was lovely Kali Chung.