Sake Serving Sets
For an actual sake tasting you should get your hands on the bullseye bottomed sake tasting glasses. They are specifically designed for sake tastings and help you to see the color and cloudiness of the sake.
For regular day to day drinking, though, you can take a look at these sets! These are ones I've gathered over the years. Feel free to ask me about any of the sets you see below!
A traditional ceramic sake set -
My friend Sue gave this one to me, it was owned by her mom.
Here's one I got as a free promotion when the video game Ikaruga was coming out!
I go to sushi restaurants often and I always adored the cold sake servers they had where you put ice cubes into a "pocket" in the sake decanter. I finally got one for myself! It comes with two glass sake cups too. I got it from Gourmet of Olde City.
In Japan the laborers would traditionally use wooden boxes that were used to measure out rice. They already had these rice-measurers so why not use them to drink from! They are pretty, but they do impart a "woody" flavor to the sake (as you might guess). They are about 2 1/2" on a side. I only use these for show, not drinking.
We also have the Riedel sake glass, with traditional Riedel styling.
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