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The peptides contained in sake have many benefits, such as promoting the metabolism of alcohol in the blood

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  • Christal
  • Sep 15,2022
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Ginjo is milled to 60% Seimaibuai and daginjo is milled to 50%

Whats the most expensive sake?

A bottle of limited-edition sake from the renowned Dassai brand fetched the equivalentsake hong kong of 843,750 yen ($8,026) at auction in Hong Kong on Nov. 10.

What is most popular sake brand?

Dassai: You may have already heard of Dassai sake, as it is the most famous sake brand internationally. Try the Dassai 23 if you are a first-timer and you will surely get hooked on this high-quality and very polished Junmai Daiginjo sake. It has a nice aroma of melons and peaches, and an elegant, long dry finish.

What does junmai mean?

pure rice sake

Junmai often refers to sake that's milled to 70%, but in the broad sense it means "pure rice sake." Sometimes you'll see several different categories of Junmai. Ginjo is milled to 60% Seimaibuai and daginjo is milled to 50%.

Can you get drunk on sake?

If you consume an adequate amount, yes. Just like every other alcoholic beverage out there, sake can get you drunk. It usually has between 13% and 17% alcohol volume or abv. Just a bit more than most wines.

Is sake good for health?

Furthermore, it has been reported that sake kasu and its components of protein and peptides have many benefits such as promoting blood alcohol metabolism, suppressing blood pressure increase, reducing cholesterol, lowering blood triglycerides, and warming the body by improving blood flow.

Is sake very alcoholic?

The alcohol content between sake, beer, and wine is wildly different, too. Wine typically contains an ABV between 9% and 16%, while beer is usually around 3% to 9%. Undiluted sake, however, has an ABV of about 18%-20%. If sake is diluted with water before it is bottled, the ABV will be around 15%.