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Tuesday, September 7, 2010

Sake for Fall Entertaining




Sake for Fall Entertaining




The fall is our favorite time of the year to entertain. We can sit outside on our deck or patio and enjoy cooler temperatures. Our friends seem to enjoy trying our new recipes and drinks that we serve.


One of our most popular fall drinks that we serve is Japanese Sake. We recommend that you slightly warm a Hatsumago Sake and serve with an Autumn Dessert made from Pears, Apples, Grapes and Chestnuts.


Do not overheat your Sake because in most cases this will ruin your sake. Once a bottle of sake is opened, it should be refrigerated and not kept longer than five days after opened.


If you prefer a chilled sake, we recommend that you purchase a higher grade sake ginjo or a daiginjo. A chilled sake is also a wonderful selection to compliment an autumn dessert.


We carry a nice selection of Sake Sets. These make wonderful gifts and are perfect for your entertaining dinnerware.

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