1. What is Japanese sake?
Japanese sake, also known as nihonshu, is a traditional Japanese rice wine made from fermented rice, water, yeast, and koji (a type of fungus). It is often served at room temperature or slightly chilled.
2. What are the different types of Japanese sake?
There are many different types of Japanese sake, ranging from sweet to dry and light to full-bodied. Some common types include junmai, ginjo, and daiginjo.
3. How is Japanese sake made?
Japanese sake is made through a process of fermentation, where the rice is polished, washed, and soaked, then mixed with koji and yeast to convert the starches into sugars. The mixture is then fermented and aged before being bottled.
4. What are some popular brands of Japanese sake?
There are many popular brands of Japanese sake, including Dassai, Kubota, and Hakutsuru. Each brand has its own unique taste and style.
5. How should Japanese sake be served?
Japanese sake is typically served in small cups, and can be enjoyed at room temperature or slightly chilled. It is often paired with Japanese cuisine, such as sushi or sashimi.
6.What is the shipping and delivery policy?
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