What is Sake?

Sake is a traditional Japanese alcoholic beverage that contains approximately 13%-17% alcohol by volume. Produced using rice, water, rice koji and yeast. Production process to include pressing/filtering of mash. It resembles white wine in appearance, ranging from almost transparent to slightly yellow. The ABV% is slightly higher than that of wine, but sake also has a mild taste with little acidity, bitterness or astringency.