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Sake for sake’s sake

16 Apr 2013

Sake for sake’s sake Image

Southbank’s Japanese restaurant Wagamama put a different spin on the standard wine-tasting course last month, holding a sake master class.

The master class was for anyone interested in learning the finer points of tasting sake and which types matched best with certain foods.

Under the instruction of sake master Toshi Maeda, the guests were guided through five different types of sake, ensuring they left both very happy and with more knowledge on the popular Japanese beverage. Lets just hope they remembered it in the morning!

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