The Saké Handbook
Sake, the popular, potent rice wine, was once a ritualiazed accompaniment to the elite moon-viewing ceremony of Japan's Heian period. Eight hundred years later, it is one of Japan's most popular exports. Readers will learn how to distinguish among various brands to develop their own informed preferences.
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How Sake Is Made
The SakeMaking Process
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