• Regionality of Sake

    A geographical indication (GI) refers to an indication used in trade to identify a product that originates from a particular territory, which has given the product its special quality or reputation. A good example of GI is Champagne Wine and/or Deejarling Tea. 

    GI for Japanese Sake only started in 2015, and there are currently 13 GIs, including one for Japanese Sake itself. 9 GIs were awarded in the last 3 years. As the system grows, differences between Sake from different regions will become more visible.

    In this masterclass, Sake Educator Adrian Goh will lead participants through the core differences of Japanese sake from 12 different regions.

    Only 40 seats available!

    Date: Saturday, 29 October 2022

    Time: 2.30pm to 4.30pm

    Venue: Flo Bistro, 77 High Street, #01-04 High Street Plaza, S179433

    Price: $108 nett per person

  • The REAL Shochu Masterclass

    Discover the world of Shochu, the traditional Japanese spirit with a 600-year old history that can be made with up to 55 types of permitted ingredients. Join Shochu Advisors, Olivia and Cedric from Kurara as they present the REAL first ever shochu masterclass in Singapore. You will get to know the differences of shochu made with various ingredients, get a glimpse of how they are produced and taste 5 types of shochu served in different ways.

    Only 12 seats available!

    Date: Saturday, 29 (sold out) & Sunday, 30 October 2022

    Time: 2pm to 3pm

    Venue: Workhorse Izakaya, 10A Haji Lane, S189203

    Price: $60 nett per person

  • NOMAD Caviar and Sake Pairing Journey

    Discover the diversity of sake and join renowned Sake Samurai Elliot Faber on a flavourful journey of river and rice featuring 4 unique types of sake each paired with NOMAD’s hybrid Kaluga caviar.

    Faber is Hong Kong's beverage mastermind that is behind the success of dining establishments like Yardbird, Ronin and Sunday’s Grocery. Committed to spreading sake knowledge and the various ways to enjoy the beverage, the honorary member of the Japan Sake Brewers Association has put together a masterclass combining accessible luxury with the rich learnings from a man of many liquors and flavours.

    Only 12 seats available!

    Date: Saturday, 5 November 2022

    Time: 2pm to 3pm

    Venue: UE Square, Indoor Atrium, 81 Clemenceau Ave, Singapore 239917

    Price: $120 nett per person