Sooooo much Sake FUN with Sake Fans!!! Thank you all!!!
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Just received this cool Satsuma Shiranami, super popular sweet potato shochu bland original design fan from Satsuma Shuzo today!
I have to plan something fun Shochu events with this cool Satsuma Shiranami fan! I’ll let you know!!
If you don’t know much about Shochu, got to Satsuma Shuzo website!
Sakes recommended to New York consumers
No. 1 Dassai 39 Junmai Daiginjo from Yamaguchi pref.
No. 2 Tatenokawa 18 Junmai Daiginjo from Yamagata pref.
No. 3 Gasanryu Gokugetsu from Yamagata pref.
No. 4 Dassai 23 Junmai Daiginjo from Yamaguchi pref.
No. 4 Nanbu Bijin Tokubetsu Junmai from Iwate pref.
No. 6 Nanbu Bijin Daiginjo from iwate pref.
No. 6 Ozeki Tokubetsu Junmai Yamada Nishiki from Hyogo pref.
No. 6 Naraman Junmai Muroka Bin Hiire from Fukushima pref.
The judges’ personal favorites
No.1 Gasanryu Gokugetsu from Yamagata pref.
No.1 Dassai 39 Junmai Daiginjo from Yamaguchi pref.
No.3 Nanbu Bijin Tokubetsu Junmai from Iwate pref.
No.4 Tatenokawa 18 Junmai Daiginjo from Yamagata pref.
No.4 Dassai 23 Junmai Daiginjo from Yamaguchi pref.
Discover Kosher Dassai Sake: A Tasting Party in New York!
Place: Deli Kasbah BBQ & Grill
251 West 85th Street
New York, NY 10024
Price: $40 (including food, sake, tax and tips)
Date: Sunday, June 5th, 1pm-3pm
Dassai sake can now be enjoyed by anyone keeping kosher! Dassai Sake has officially been approved to sell as a kosher product to restaurants and liquor stores in the USA.
On Sunday, June 5th at 1pm, we are very happy to introduce kosher Dassai sake at the well known kosher restaurant Deli Kasbah BBQ & Grill.
Please join our party to try amazing kosher Dassai sake along with delicious kosher food!
We will welcome Mr. Hiroshi Sakurai, the 3rd generation owner of Dassai Sake Brewery along with Mr. Timothy Sullivan, sake educator from UrbanSake.com to teach us all about kosher Dassai Sake!
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Join us for an evening for Japan’s children at the Bowery Hotel. Hosted by Candice Kumai, Harold Dieterle, and Angelo Sosa of Top Chef! We are sadly finding that donations to Japan are much lower than those made to Katrina and the Indonesia/Thailand, so let’s do our part to get help out there!
Daishichi Sake Brewery was established in 1752, and is based in Nihonmatsu City, Fukushima Japan. Daishichi makes rich, mellow sakes whose outstanding reputation comes from an insistence on a strictly orthodox brewing tradition: the KIMOTO method. All Daishichi products are superb examples of KIMOTO style sake.
On Thursday, May 19th, we welcome Mr. Hideharu Ohta, the 10th generation owner of Daishichi Sake Brewery and Mr. Ad Blankestijn,
Daishichi Sake Brewery’s master sake sommelier to talk to us about their intriguing KIMOTO sake.
Fukushima products have been in the news lately, but we’re happy to report Daishichi sake has had no damage. Nihonmatsu
City is over 40 miles away from the nuclear plant, and their brewery is solidly constructed, including 12.5 inch thick concrete walls, keeping their sake in a very safe environment.
Thursday May 19th 6:30pm – 9pm
$77 (not included tax and gratuity)
You’ll also receive a gift from Daishichi as well as a gift certificate for 2 people from the Kitano for their jazz bar. ($80)
This event is organized in cooperation with Sake Discoveries, LLC.