Sake – A Japanese Tradition

All the way through the history, there has been a bequest of delicious duos. Soup met crackers, peanut butter courted jelly, and ham was introduced to eggs.

Lately, a new duo has been amalgamated to the ranks of great culinary creations and that is sushi and sake.
It is high time to move a little ahead of wine and cheese; you’ve got great competition to deal with.

For sure many of us are already aware of what sushi is.

Since sake is originated in Japan and not many people are aware of its production, obviously they will find it hard to get the right sake. Through this article, you will get to know what exactly “SAKE” is.

But before that, we would like to tell you that you can find the best sake products at IPPIN Japanese mall.

sake set

“Ippin” is an online shopping mall for exclusive Japanese products. They are the most trusted sellers of Japanese products and of course, in delivering the products to the Japan locality and directly to the customer’s doorstep.

Here is their official web link for your consideration: https://ippin.com.sg/.

Sake: It is a Japanese non-carbonated alcoholic beverage that is brewed from the blending of water, rice, yeast, and mold.

According to various food enthusiasts and food blogger’s survey, people have so much liking for SAKE that they even refuse to eat fish (raw) without this escort.

In various parts of the world, liking for SAKE is on the rise. In those parts America, Singapore, Hong Kong, etc are on the top. People look out for SAKE set to try all the flavors.

Sake can be made from numerous varieties of rice, but unlike wine which is amorphous by its grape varietal, for example, chardonnay or merlot, quality of sake is actually defined by how much the rice is polished.

IPPIN sake
You will be surprised to know that nearly there are over 90 different varieties of rice used in sake that can pass on different flavors, but what actually makes a Sake standout is the polishing process of rice.

Further, polished rice is tossed or milled, often with an abrasive and that can be flour, sand, or even water. You can explore this web link to get more briefings on Sake preparation process.

Abrasive is used to remove the outer coating of the rice because this coating contains nutrients that are necessary to the human diet, but pointless and sometimes an absolute obstruction to the brewing process.

Well, hope you find this article interesting.

Writen by James Peters