I held a Masterclass beforehand for around 25 people; the theme was sake & temperature and we tried three different sakes, both cold and warm: Rocky Mountain, Silent Forest & Morning Dew. Since it was World Sake Day we also had a toast with Tatenokawa 18!
The party kicked off with aplomb around 8pm with 4 sake cocktails to choose from by the masters at Pimpshuei as well as 5 sakes by the glass.
Check out some photos from this year’s party; see you next year!
Tengu Sake is featured in Aga Living this Autumn! One of the best things to do with an Aga, surely, is to warm your sake on a cold day, so being featured in the Autumn addition is perfectly apt! If you want to learn more about which sakes should be warmed and how to do it, check out this blog post.
Otherwise click on the image to see the full article.
The full magazine can be found on the Aga Living website.