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If you’re wondering what the differences between saké, shochu, and soju are, you’re not alone. From Japan to Korea, these traditional drinks have been around for centuries and have unique…

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Hakutsuru is one of the biggest sake brands in Japan, and is located in the Nada region in Kobe.  The company was founded in 1743 by a lumber dealer, Jihei Kano. The word “Hakutsuru”…

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When it comes to holiday gifts, few things are as unique and impressive as a saké gift package. Saké is a traditional Japanese alcoholic beverage that is perfect for celebrating any special…

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Sake is traditionally enjoyed as is. But recently, it is playing a key role in the cocktail scene. For bartenders and sake enthusiasts, sake is a versatile yet approachable ingredient able to play a…

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The first sake I tried was at a Japanese restaurant in Philadelphia. It was hot, served in a masu cup, and paired with sushi. It wasn’t until moving to Portland and exploring the Oregon and…

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The fact that a great deal of sake is made from just four ingredients can come as quite a shock.

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We’re often asked what the big and bright “g” stands for on g joy and g fifty bottles.

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It might seem obvious that water is a necessary ingredient since rice has no juice to press out

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