Sake is a Japanese liquor popularly called “Japanese wine” or “rice wine”, however, not all rice wines are sake. It is usually drunk between meals, as an aperitif, with tea or while having sushi. The traditional technique of making sake is very complex and is characterized by the conversion of rice starch into fermentable sugar through the action of a mold called koji kin. Sake is thick and has a dry to slightly sweet flavor, as well as strong. Sake that can be drunk hot or cold, it is best to keep it at a cold temperature (between 41ºF and 50Fº). However, it is possible to consume it up to 131ºF if that’s what you’re into.
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