Sake Carafe

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    • HIC Sake Pot for serving sake
    • Made from fine-quality porcelain; won’t transfer odors, colors or flavors between uses; microwavable for easy reheating
    • Warm sake carafe with warm tap water, pour gently heated sake into the warm decanter; warmed porcelain keeps sake warmer longer
    • For cold sake, chill the sake pot in the fridge or freezer and fill with cold sake; chilled porcelain will keep sake colder longer
    • Transitions beautifully from microwave or fridge to table; dishwasher safe

    HIC’s Sake Pot for serving sake, Japan’s national beverage. What is sake? Often mistaken as a Japanese wine, sake is made from fermented rice in a process similar to that of beer, whereas most wine is made by fermenting the naturally occurring sugars found in grapes. Japanese sake is traditionally served warmed in a porcelain bottle (tokkuri) and sipped from small porcelain cup (guinomi.) The classic design of HIC’s Sake Pot offers an elegant presentation at any table. This perfect sake bottle is a great addition to dining accessories, barware and any sushi set. Easy to use. For hot sake, simply warm the sake carafe under warm tap water and dry thoroughly. Gently heat sake on the stovetop and pour it into the warmed decanter. The heated porcelain will keep sake warmer longer. Should sake become too cool, just pop the sake-filled carafe into the microwave for easy reheating. To serve cold sake, cool down the sake pot in the fridge or freezer and fill it with chilled sake. The chilled porcelain will keep sake colder longer. Sake pairs nicely alongside plum wine or work a little mixology magic with beer cocktails called sake bomb. Pour chilled sake into a shot glass then dropped it into a glass of beer. Made from fine-quality porcelain, It won’t transfer odors, colors or flavors between uses.

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