SAKE TEMPERATURES = How HOT is too HOT? =
Do you like Hot Sake? Maybe you do.. but knowing not to go too hot is key.
Come find out why. The Japanese Culinary Center presents â€œHow to pick and drink sake at itâ€™s opportune temperatureâ€. You will be amazed at how big a difference temperature plays in the taste of a good sake.
Warmed sake, known as â€œKanzakeâ€, can especially help warm your body during the harsh winter season. Come join us for a night of â€œKanzakeâ€ and â€œTori Nabeâ€ (Japanese Chicken Hot Pot)
We hope you all enjoy this seasonal specialty and discover your favorite sake serving temperatures.
Thursday, February 4th 2010
Time: 6:30 p.m. â€“ 8:30 p.m.
Location: Japanese Culinary Center
711 3rd Ave. New York, NY 10017 (On 45th St. Btw. 2nd & 3rd Ave.)
Price: $40 per person
Seats: 30 available
SAKE (Selection from SAKAYA TOP 10 in 2009)
â€œDRUNKEN WHALEâ€ Suigei Tokubetsu Junmai from Kochi prefecture
â€œOTTER FESTâ€ Dassai 50 Junmai Daiginjo
â€œKIKUSUI IN A CANâ€ Funaguchi Honjozo Nama Genshu
Tori Nabe (Chicken Hot Pot) and Zousui (Rice Porridge)