For the 22th theartofsake Sake On-nomi, we are celebrating the rebirth of Nihonsakari, with 5 news bottles under the SAKARI label.
Be the first in Singapore to preview 3 NEW sakes in the SAKARI series that will only officially launch in April.
Nihonsakari is with one of the world’s biggest Saké breweries and supplier to the Japanese imperial household since 1913. Within ten years of its existence, Nihonsakari became the one of the top Saké breweries in the Nada Go-go area (Five regions of Nada and the birth place of Saké) and twenty-six years later, they were selected as the purveyor of Saké for the enthronement ceremony of Emperor Taishō; the Junmai Ginjo Souhana has been served in the imperial household until today.
In this tasting session, you'll be led through an expert tuition on the brewery’s new products, their recommended food pairing and the story of how it became one of the world’s largest sake brewery!
Mori Arito will also be coming in as our guest speaker so feel free to ask him any questions.
Your Sake On-nomi set will include:
1) a sake tasting flight of 5 x 70ml bottles
2) a free SAKARI tote Bag
3) a placemat containing sake tasting notes and Zoom details
4) An hour's session with our in-house educator, Adrian Goh, and guest speaker, Mori Arito
The tasting set will be available at S$28/- .
The Zoom Live Video Conference for the Sake On-nomi will be held on Wednesday, 10 March 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.
Please note: the tasting sets will only be sent out during the late afternoon of the event day. We will bottle the samples that day to keep it as fresh as possible.
1) Sakari Junmai
2) Sakari Junmai Ginjo
3) Sakari Daiginjo
4) Sakari Junmai Daiginjo
5) Sakari Yuzu Sake
Enjoyed the sharing and sakes
The session was great especially for newbies who wants to know more about the bottles before they buy!
Great to learn about Sakari sake
Ordered late and thanks to Sayuri to accommodate the last min request for us to be able to learn about the sake. The sake was great, still enjoy the traditional taste compared to the fruity ones. One bottle was missing the plastic stopper. I think the plastic container is a bit flimsy and cannot hold the weight of 5 bottles. It broke and the plastic screw covers also cracked easily.
Everything was really good