Ah, sake… delicate, but complex. Sharp, but balanced. Delicious, but deadly! Japan Centre has the best selection of sake in Europe, brush up on your knowledge then choose a sake to get you started on your merry way!
Come & Try Some Top Quality Sake Sake comes in a huge amount of different varieties depending on […]
If you have always wanted to experience the smooth and complex tastes of traditional Japanese Sake, then why not join us and do so for absolutely nothing at our FREE sake tasting event.
We have a rather special sake available for tasting this time called Umenoyado Yuzu Sake. This sake is from Nara and is infused with the Japanese yuzu fruit, a citrus fruit similar to orange and lemon which gives it refreshing, sharp and slightly sweet taste.
Ok, ok, so you just want the details about the event!
WHEN: Friday 17th December
WHERE: Japan Centre Regent Street Shop
WHAT TIME: 3PM-7PM
The same way that British people enjoy different varieties of tea, such as Earl Grey or Darjeeling, Japanese tea also has a huge range of different types, all with subtle differences in taste and aroma.
Although all these different varieties give us a great opportunity to sample all the exotic flavours, it can also make it difficult to choose which type of tea is the best choice for you.
Check out our guide to find out more about all the delicious types of Japanese green tea:
Continuing the tour of our London Piccadilly store, the Japan Centre is offering an experience that can only really be appreciated hands on! Throughout the month of October we’ve been offering the public the opportunity to try quality sake and shochu and the chance to discuss it with the manufacturers.
The first flush of green tea of 2008, is in stock at Japan Centre London and online at http://www.japancentre.com now! Shincha (新茶) which means “new tea” is the pickings of only the youngest tips of the tea bush, and has a really clean and fresh taste.