What is sake : Saké is one of the most refined, interesting, and enjoyable beverages in the world. In its finer manifestations, it is as fascinating in flavor, fragrance, and history as any wine, spirit, or beer. Sake is a beverage fermented from rice, which is a grain. This would make it more of a beer than a wine. Yet, sake is not carbonated, and flavor-wise is closer to wine than beer, although it is indeed uniquely different from wine. Sake is not a distilled beverage, and is not even remotely related to gin, vodka or other spirits
Five crucial elements are involved in brewing sake — water, rice, technical skill, yeast, and land / weather. We presents, our exclusive partners Asahara brewery located in Saitama prefecture Japan. The sake brewed from Asahara brewery use pure and soft underground water from the well in the brewery coupled with premium yamada-nishiki rice grown locally (namadanishiki rice from Hyogo was used but through research and experiment, the quality of the sake brewed are drastically improved when the rice was changed to local Yamada-Nishiki.) Asahara brewery started by long family history of brew master. The first generation of toji began his trade as a brew master at 9 years old and he started Asahara Brewery 20 years later. His teachings of total commitment has led Aasahara to win Gold medal award in 2011 and the sake subsequently became the Master Select in Japan Airlines first and business class lounge and flights.