Sake is a refined beverage with a rich history that goes back over a thousand years. Made from fermented rice, sake has a unique taste and fragrance and can be consumed in different ways depending on its variety.
Learning about sake, its production process and varieties has become an essential component for anyone seeking to gain a deeper understanding of Japanese culture and food traditions.
Don’t miss the chance to attend this introductory session. You’ll embark on a discovery journey that could give you an entirely new appreciation of Japan’s national beverage and the deep traditions associated with its production and consumption. You’ll learn about the origins of sake, its history through the ages and you’ll get the opportunity to taste different varieties.
This session will be led by Rick Choo, a certified Sake Sommelier (and DOOR XXV member) and is the first of a series of events dedicated to sake.