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COLD

Cold sake, reishu has grown more and more popular not only in Japan but also throughout the world. Historically sake was served warm but when refrigeration was developed, this meant that cold sake was becoming more and more popular not only in Japan also globally.

Although it is increasingly rare, there are some sake varieties of sake which are produced to serve with a temperature below freezing.

When sake is served cold it is called:
Yukibie (snow-chilled) when it is around 5C (41F)
Hanabie (flower chilled) at around 10C (50F)
Suzubi e (cool chilled) at around 15 C (59F).
 
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