|Saké tasting at Sushi Zushi Domain|
Sushi Zushi is launching some exceptional saké and whiskey tasting classes that are both educational and fun. I recently attended a saké tasting at Sushi Zushi Domain and had an incredible experience.
|Saké Mule at Sushi Zushi Domain|
Upon arrival we were greeted with a saké mule. Moscow mules are one of my favorite cocktails and General Manager Amy did a beautiful job crafting this refreshing saké version.
|Gerald pouring an off menu saké for us to try|
Gerald who hosted the class is extremely knowledgeable about saké. The class is about all about having fun, learning and being able to walk away feeling comfortable to easily feel comfortable ordering saké the next time you\’re dining out.
|Sushi Zushi Domain sushi and appetizers|
We enjoyed some delicious bites off of Sushi Zushi\’s menu as Gerald gave us a Saké 101. He did a wonderful job walking us through the different types of saké, discussed the ingredients of saké, explored what the different names mean and how they pair with foods.
|Sushi Zushi Domain saké class|
The four sakés we tried were the Sho Chiku Bai (negori), Otokyama (junmai), Yuki No Boshu (gingo) and the Gekkeikan Horin (daiginjo). I learned that the elegant daiginjo and the creamy nigori are my two favorite types of saké.
|Sushi Zushi saké flight|
It was interesting to discover how the notes of the saké change as we tasted them with various fresh fruits and pepper.
Sushi Zushi has one of the most extensive saké offerings in Texas. I thoroughly enjoyed the intimate tasting. If you love saké or want to learn more about it I highly recommend signing up for one of their classes. Check out their Facebook page to keep up with all the happenings to include their next scheduled tasting and the intriguing whiskey tasting class!