For most of us the quintessential Japanese alcoholic beverage is sake. And as with all things Japanese, things are quite different back in Japan. Shochu is in fact more popular than sake in Japan because of the variety in taste as well as ways to drink.
How is it different from sake? What can you expect to taste and how should you enjoy it? Shochu Kikisake-shi (Shochu Sommerier), Taeko Tsukada will conduct a short introduction beginners who wish to learn more about the vast world of sochu.
The session will cost S$50 and is used to cover the cost of sochu and snacks.