Monday, May 16, 2016

Kinryo-no-Sato Sake Museum

Sake is referred to as the national beverage in Japan.  I've tried it and don't care for it, but I did want to visit the sake museum before leaving Kagawa.



After the tour, I was offered two types of citrus flavored sake to taste.  I was very surprised that they were both delicious!  I ended up buying a bottle of yuzu flavored sake to take home.



4 comments:

  1. There's a green apple flavored sake I found in the US that I *love* but don't tend to care for them in general. Guess you just have to find the right flavor(s)! :)

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  2. These kinds of flavoured rice wines are a new invention. Maybe to be able to export or reach customers who normally don't care for the taste of the traditional brew.

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  3. Sake! a little goes a long way. Where's that designated driver?

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  4. How fun!..Hope you are settling in to your new environment. My husband introduced me to Sake many years ago and nope, didn't like it at all, but I loved the decanter it came in, which was a gorgeous porcelain Kabuki dancer.

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