In Japanese, kuchi atari literally means punch in the mouth but it means impact and when talking about sake it refers to the alcohol fire of the sake. In English, its just about the funnest word I can say.
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Monthly Archives: April 2012
I have been tasting and studying sake for over ten years now and even though I know a hell of a lot about sake process and types, I am embarrassed for my flavor vocabulary. I am often tasting sake with … Continue reading
Anyone in the sake world in New York knows urbansake’s Tim Sullivan. He is a kind and handsome man who’s sake adventure started out around the same time as mine, but I hope mine takes me half as far as … Continue reading