April 29, 2014
Eiichi Onodera - Emi Kimata
-- Man Of The Hour brings you another round of mixed drinks, this time featuring sake. Sake has long been a tradition in Japan, but today sake is adapting to many different palattes in different ways.
Sake is an alcoholic drink which originated in Japan and is sometimes also called rice wine. Despite the term rice wine, the drink is brewed in a process similar to that of beer in which sugar needed to produce alcohol must first be converted from starch, whereas with true wine the alcohol is produced by fermenting sugar that is naturally present in the grapes or other fruit that may be used. Sake also tends to have a higher alcohol content than both wine and beer, undiluted sake typically contains 18 to 20 percent alcohol.
In this edition we give you the recipes for Strawberry Sake cocktails, Cucumber-sake coolers, Bloody Marys and blackberry limeaid.
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