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JUNE 2017

Two of our brewers mentioned in Harpers: “Generation Sake

MARCH 2017

Tengu Sake mentioned in The World of Fine Wine Issue 55

FEBRUARY 2017

Review of our sake dinner at ROKA Mayfair in Lady Magazine.

NOVEMBER 2016

Press about the new Anzu restaurant in London’s St James’s.

SEPTEMBER 2016

Mentioned in this month’s Harper’s magazine as well as our customers Sake no Hana, Hedonism WinesKurobuta and Sager + Wilde. As well the sake course our Director co-presents the International Kikisake-shi.
Front cover  Pg1  Pg2

APRIL 2016

A shout out in an article with Scott Hallsworth. We supply his delicious Kurobuta restaurants.

OCTOBER 2015

Our Director is mentioned in Bar Magazine commenting on the first UK’s first Sake Cocktail Awards
Mentioned in Hashi Cooking’s blog – Sushi and sake making at The Ivy

AUGUST 2015

Konishi Gold is mentioned in the Metro newspaper as one of 5 ‘sakes to try at home’ (NB – Jinzu is NOT sake, grrr!) Article here.
Article in the Museum of Sake Journal where our Director talks about his time brewing sake in Japan.

JUNE 2015
Review of our new sparkling sake – Pearl – on lovelyappetite.com (about two-thirds of the way down the page)

MAY 2015
Two article about aged sake in Harpers (we have two, find them here & filter by ‘aged’).  Article: aged sake part 1 and aged sake part two.

APRIL 2015
Someone likes our sake! “Not a Rice Wine

MARCH 2015
Sake for beginners” in Foodepedia

DECEMBER 2014
Awarded Company of the Year by Food and Drinks Matters. Page, detail 1, detail 2.

NOVEMBER 2014
Profile on our Director and Tengu Sake in the Japanese press

SEPTEMBER 2014
Sake Secrets” – featured in Aga Living
Picked as one of Food & Drink Matter’s top 10 exhibitors at 2014’s Imbibe Live (huge booze trade show) – page & detail

AUGUST 2014
For goodness’ Sake: While sushi and sashimi are now old friends on British menus, Japanese drinks have taken longer to catch on” – interesting article on increasing UK sake sales in The Independent
Culture: Sake in the UK” – Japan Spotlight article (English language Japanese press)

JUNE 2014
Tengu Sake’s Oliver Hilton-Johnson on driving sake sales in the UK” – Tengu Sake has been shortlisted for an ‘Innovator of the Year’ award, seemed like a good time to be interviewed by Harpers!
Match of the week” – Fiona Beckett’s Matching Food & Wine blog chooses Tengu Sake’s Misty Mountain and Kurobuta’s soft shell crab tempura maki as ‘match of the week’
How to choose sake (with pictures)” – Interview with me by Tony McNicol for We Do Japan website

APRIL 2014
Cracking Sake Selection” – a review of Kurobuta restaurant calls our sake ‘cracking’!

FEBRUARY 2014
Tengu Sake: an e-cache of premium rice wine” – featured in the FT’s ‘How to spend it’ section! (and facsimile version on the theposhtottyclub.com)
Japanese nibbles to match your tipples” – we were chosen to feature in Wallpaper* magazine’s review of what’s on vogue at the mo

DECEMBER 2013
Brewed like a beer but drunk like a wine” – feature in the Christmas edition of Scarlett Lifestyle Magazine (pg 52, excuse the mis-spelling of my name!)

NOVEMBER 2013
Special Types of Sake” – my monthly article for ‘at home’ magazine
Wondering About Rice Wine? Sake Simplified” – write up on Vinspire after Wine Gang event
Discovering the world of sake cocktails” – I was consulted, along with other industry experts, about my views on sake cocktails

OCTOBER 2013
Classifying Sake” – my monthly article for ‘at home’ magazine
Unsusal styes of sake” – recommended by Anna Greenhous in Harpers
Kanpai! Spirited Away by Sake” – feature on sake by Will Lyons for the Wall Street Journal. I take Will on a “sake odyssey”.

SEPTEMBER 2013
Discovering Sake” – my monthly article for ‘at home’ magazine
Different Styles of sake” – recommended by Anna Greenhous in Harpers

AUGUST 2013
Sake is a product with its own pedigree and culture” – Tengu Sake mentioned in Anthony Rose’s article in the Independent where he describes tengusake.com as a “brilliantly lucid site”

NOVEMBER 2012
Sake never fights with food” – Tengu Sake mentioned in BBC article, me talking about umami