Does the taste of raw sake change with temperature?

I tried delicious raw sake at 7 ℃ at various temperatures.

First of all, what kind of temperature is 7 ℃?

When I measured mineral water and milk chilled in the refrigerator with a liquid thermometer, it was about 9 ° C to 10 ° C.

I got a higher number than I expected.

Is there any influence of outside temperature and room temperature?

I think you can think that it is about 7 ℃ that is a little colder than the drink in the refrigerator.


, let's measure how long it takes from room temperature to 7 ° C, which is the time to drink, assuming that the raw sake has just arrived.

It will take time in the refrigerator, so put it in the freezer!

I want to drink it soon!

18 ℃ after 10 minutes. There is still more.

10 ° C after 30 minutes.

I'm getting closer! And after 45 minutes, 6 ℃!

It was a little too cold, but when I prepared a glass or something, it reached 7.1 ℃.

In the hot season, put it in the freezer for 45 minutes and it's ready to drink!

However, this is only the case with our on-boro refrigerator.

Then, if you forget to put it in, it will freeze or the bottle will burst, so please be careful.

Then, a bite at once.

It's cold well! The freshness spreads comfortably.

The taste is refreshing and sharp.

I feel that the expression "fresh" is perfect.

Even with

, you can feel the sweetness and umami.

I feel like I can drink as many cups as I can with my throat!

I would like to have more, but I have to put up with it.

Immediately wrap this sample and place it in the freezer.

I will try it at a lower temperature.

So what does it taste like at high temperatures?

The sample I put in another glass has reached around 18 ℃, so I will try tasting it.

The moment you put it in your mouth, the taste that was united in the 7 ℃ sample spreads throughout your mouth.

Is the sweetness and sourness noticeable on the tongue?

It tastes different.

I feel that the taste has become lighter overall.

The sharpness and freshness of the 7 ° C sample became a little harder to feel.

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Now, let's try a chilled sample.

The temperature is 4.3 degrees. It feels like it's on your teeth and it's pretty cold.

In the hot season, it's a nice drink just because it's cold, but who tastes it?

The moment you put it in your mouth, you don't really feel the taste.

If the temperature is too low, the scent and sweetness will flow into the throat before it develops. I feel like that.

If you cool it too much, the delicate taste of sake may not spread.

However, if you roll it on your tongue and taste it, you will feel the freshness and aroma, so this may be an ant.

I felt that the best taste of raw sake was brought out at 7 ℃! A perfect balance of aroma, sourness and sweetness that opens in a crisp temperature. I would like everyone to try it!

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