Enjoy five types of the finest sake while learning from a licensed sake expert about the story behind Japan’s national drink. After the tasting, participants will receive a certificate of completion from Caplan Wine Academy. Following the seminar, participants can attend a casual afterparty to make new connections with other foreign expats and sake aficionados alike. A Japanese chef will prepare delicious Otsumami for you to enjoy with the free flow selection of sake at the afterparty as well.
This seminar will be led by Christopher Hughes, a sake instructor accredited by WSET (Wine and Spirit Education Trust), one of the leading global providers of wine and sake education courses and certifications.
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