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Synonyms for sake

in someone's interests

Synonyms

  • in someone's interests
  • to someone's advantage
  • on someone's account
  • for the benefit of
  • for the good of
  • for the welfare of
  • out of respect for
  • out of consideration for
  • out of regard for

Synonyms for sake

a reason for wanting something done

Synonyms

Japanese alcoholic beverage made from fermented rice

the purpose of achieving or obtaining

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In the last decade there has been a global boom in sales of nihonshu or Japanese sake, which has been encouraged by the promotional strategy of the Japanese government, the proliferation of Japanese restaurants abroad, and innovative sake brewing techniques.
Yakumi restaurant at Solaire Resort and Casino held a sake tasting session recently.
With junmai sakes, no distilled alcohol is added, leaving a slightly fuller flavor.
Gasselin explains: "It needs to be easy to enjoy, and straightforward, and the very best sakes are not the most complex.
The variety of sakes available on the market also allows the category to compete against much of the beverage alcohol industry.
The House of Gekkeikan was founded in 1637 by the I Okura family and has been brewing sake over 14 generations, making it one of the oldest family-operated businesses in the world," says Yoshi Yumoto, vice president of Gekkeikan at Sidney Frank.
Call it rice wine if you like, but the Japanese alcoholic beverage called sake is more akin to beer than wine, because it is brewed rather than fermented.
Lighter sakes, Junmai for example, go best with seafood.
AP--For years, most Americans knew sake as a hot drink sipped from thimble-sized cups between bites of sushi.
He and business partner Allison Lowe (top) offer a comprehensive menu of sakes, including these three choice bottlings (from left): Chikurin Taoyaka "Elegance" Junmai Daiginjo (about $80), which holds up to the heft of a holiday meal; Kikusui Junmai Ginjo (about $30), "the one that made me fall in love with sake," Cline says; and Watari Bune Junmai Daiginjo (about $95), made from a strain of rice that nearly vanished.
A producer of premium Japanese sakes for the Continental market is aiming to educate consumers, as well as attract new drinkers with the UK launch of Isake Premium.
Meanwhile, beers and sakes get the nod over wine as Mon beverage companions.
Daiginjos are sakes made with Yamada Nishiki, considered the king of sake rice strains.
Bam Bou does a range of eight sakes which includes four straight wines and four flavoured.
The events offers a spectacular array of fresh seafood, flown in from Hawaii, and prepared fresh each day, along with some of the finest Southeast Asian sakes available in Washington, D.