Sake, a drink for Gods...SakeTest.com introduces to you this wonderful beverage from different angles. But there is only one way to really know sake, you have to taste yourself. Therefore I can, as Hon. Consul General of Japan, only recommend; Find the taste that suits you best and then it’s just to enjoy.
Sake has always had a essential role in the Japanese history. Therefore the history of Nihon-shu or sake starts at a time when gods were worshipped in Japan. The god of sake was also the god of rice, growing and harvesting and the Japanese developed and refined sake for centuries their own brew as the Japanese archipelago was separated from the outside world.
How to serveSake can be served in many various ways to best suit the season and your taste.
FilmSake Test Film with Mats Bruzaeus and Mitsuo Otsuka at Izakaya MITSUO in Shibuya, Tokyo, Japan.
Our sommelierChief Sommelier Mats Bruzaeus had the pleasure of studying Sake over the years in Japan.