For the 29th theartofsake Sake On-nomi, we are doing a National Day Special and bringing you our nostalgic childhood snacks pairing with sake! Like a Coming of age all over again! haha.
Sake On-nomi #29, happening on the 11th Aug 2021, 8pm, on Zoom.
The tasting set will be available at S$48*.
*Following our shipping policy, there will be an $8 flat delivery for all orders below $250 and we will only send out your Tasting Sets on the day of the event. Read more here.
The Zoom Live Video Conference for the Sake On-nomi will be held on Wednesday, 28th July 2021. The event will start at 8pm. The room will launch at 7:45pm for networking. To join, please purchase our Tasting Set at our website. If you have any issues, please whatsapp +65 8855 0073.
Your Sake On-nomi set will include:
1) a sake tasting flight of 5 x 70ml bottles
2) a placemat containing sake tasting notes and Zoom details
3) sample portions of 5 childhood snacks
4) An hour's session with our in-house educator, Adrian Goh
1) Imayotsukasa Junmai Daiginjo
2) Kojiyama Untitled #02
3) Imayotsukasa Hito to Hitotoki Nama
4) Gozenshu Kijoshu
5) Imanishiki Junmai Daiginjo Nenrin S (Event Exclusive Sake)
1) Kachang Puteh
2) "Car Wheels"
3) Haw Flakes
4) Gem Biscuit
5) Super Ring
The pairing of sake with the sugared nuts and hawthorn flakes took quite some adjusting to. But when it got to the Nenrin with the Hawthorn Flakes, that pairing won me over and it just got better. The Nenrin was really impressionable and it simply cannot go wrong with my all time childhood favourite - those sugared gem biscuits. But what really took my breathe away was the Kijoshu. There was a depth in its flavour that I loved more than the Nenrin. Needless to say I was really happy with those rings that I'd love eating so much my fingers were all dyed orange. Got both those bottles after the class just as I am looking forward to getting acquainted to more sake in future tasting sessions.
Ang Mo’s also love to remember childhood snacks, so this session was superspecial, snackwise and paired Sake wise. Pairings were harmonious and contrasting, so like always: thanks to you Adrian and all of the On-nomi community!