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How Sake is Made
Let's tackle some myths about Sake...  How is Sake made? Many thought that sake making is easy and simple but there are actually more processes into making a perfect sake. 1. Rice Polishing – Polishing too fast breaks kernels and over-heats the rice, so this work must ..
Cooking with Sake
Ready for the Mahjong Season?  This Chinese New Year, everyone chiong for Mahjong ah!  Gather your friends and have a good Mahjong game but also remember to feed them with delicious food!  #DontSayBojio! We provide you our ultimate food secret recipe! TEBA SHIO (salted chicken..
Guide to drinking Sake
Sake is versatile when coming to enjoy it. The two common serving temperatures is 15-20°C and 45-50°C as we commonly known as "cold" and "warm" serving respectively. Deciding on how it should be served in order to enjoy its' best depends on the style of a Sake. To the..
A history of Sake
The discovery of Sake: thank the rice farmers of the past. Some brave soul tried drinking the liquid in leftover rice and took the first step into the world of sake. Since then, Sake production methods has gone from the physical chewing and spitting of rice by virgin maidens (yes only virgins) to ma..
SAKE OR SAKE?
Sake is a well-loved Japanese alcohol that has gained popularity in many parts of the world. It is made from fermented rice. While some people may refer to the drink as a rice wine, the truth is that sake is created by fermenting the rice in the presence of koji fungus and yeast. This process is unl..
TYPE OF SAKE
Sake is a Japanese alcohol that is unique in its own special way. The Japanese legal name for the drink is Seishu. It is made. It’s all in the name There are some who are confused about the correct spelling and pronunciation of the word sake. While the word is spelled as sake, it is pron..