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All About Sake
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Sake is often referred to as rice wine. Although it's technically not a wine at all, because it's not made from grapes. It actually has more in common with beer, which is also brewed from fermented grains. Most sake is clear in color and contains about 16% alcohol. And like both beer and wine, it can have very unique flavor profiles depending on the ingredients and the brewing process.

Popular types of sake include:

Junmai-shu : Pure rice sake with a smooth, full-bodied flavor. Typically served warm or at room temperature.

Ginjo-shu : Special-brew sake with a delicate, light-bodied flavor. Typically served chilled or at room temperature.

Daiginjo-shu : Especially fragrant, very special-brew sake with a range of flavors from dry to sweet.

Nigori-sake : Cloudy sake with a creamy, sweet taste.
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