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Sake Guide Lesson 1: What is sake?
Lesson 2: What is rice polishing ratio?
Lesson 3: Types of sake
Lesson 4: How to store sake
Lesson 5: How to serve sake warm/chilled
Lesson 6: Sake vessels and etiquette
Lesson 7: Food pairing guide
Tippsy Sake Blog
May 25, 2021
: the living history of sake
by Bryan West
Over the past hundred years or so, the sake community as a whole has always had an intimate relationship with the past and the future. There have been incred...
May 13, 2021
My SAGA SAKE SAGA experience
by Louie Anne Batac-Nguyen
This past March, Tippsy partnered with Sake Discoveries to host the Saga Sake Saga event which not only featured a set of three delicious sake and a special...
April 23, 2021
Behind the scenes: Tippsy’s quality control
by Sachiko Miyagi
Tippsy currently carries 300+ different sake. We are in the process of adding 120 more delicious selections. And I’m the lucky one on the product team tasked...
August 6, 2020
Flavor of “Never giving up” passion—Fukucho sake and Miho Imada
by Mitsue Islas-Hosokawa
Starting this month, we are kicking off a new blog series, Sake Brewery Spotlight. The series starts off with a delightful dialogue with Miho Imada, a female...
April 20, 2019
Sake-Tasting Tour at Ishikawa Brewing Company, Tokyo
by Hayataro Sakitsu
Ishikawa Brewing Company offers a sake-tasting tour in English and Japanese, and is close enough to Tokyo that you can take a tour there in half a day!
January 25, 2019
Can you make sake with regular table rice?
by Seika Suzuki
Not all rice is suitable for brewing sake. Certain types of Japonica rice have special components that are used for brewing sake. The most important property...
November 11, 2018
What is rice polishing ratio?
by Seika Suzuki
Seika studies "Japanese sake" at Niigata University in Japan, which is located at the center of sake production. She explains the basics of "Rice Polishing R...
October 1, 2018
Fact 1: Sake Is Made From Rice
by Saki Kimura
Sake, Japanese traditional alcoholic drink, is mysterious and complicated. Its flavor can easily change depending on temperature, vessels and food. Though it...
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