Saké Tasting

Saké Tasting

SipScout Craft Alcohol Membership Club – July, 2023

Join Evan and Suzanne at this month’s SipScout party for a virtual saké tasting event! Discover the exquisite flavors of Momokawa Diamond, Organic Junmai, and Pearl Nigori. Indulge in the artistry of Japan’s beloved saké from the comfort of your home. Don’t miss this unforgettable experience!


Join us for our SipScout Saké Tasting…


SipScout members indulge in three Saké:

1. Momokawa Diamond
2. Momokawa Organic Junmai
3. Momokawa Pearl Nigori

About Your Hosts

The Crafty Cask celebrates and supports craft alcohol makers through engaging consumer content, events, virtual tastings, and online education. We help craft enthusiasts drink better and craft makers market their brands better to build thriving small businesses that keep #TipplerNation drinking well!

Your hosts for this event, alongside the featured maker, are Suzanne Henricksen, Founder of The Crafty Cask and Evan Rothrock, sommelier, certified cider professional, mixologist, and bespoke wine tour guide.

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Hello hello everyone…

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Welcome to our Sake Tasting SipScout Party 
Kanpai! we are excited to have you all here

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I hope you haven’t dipped into the sake yet I 
know it must be tempting at least it has been  

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for us it’s been very hot here in Arizona and 
a nice glass of chilled sake really can hit the  

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spot hit the spot we’re going to give people a 
couple of minutes to join we have a few people  

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joined right now and we will get started as we’re 
sitting down together if you have your cute little  

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ochoco glasses uh and the sake which is hopefully 
been chilled um please bring those together and uh  

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your little sake sensory wheel will also be a 
handy reference while we’re discussing these sakes

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and your sake 101 guide  

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is a nice little reference too it has some good 
glossary terms uh that we might be referring to  

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um with regard to some of the terminology 
that might be a little bit unfamiliar with  

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respect to sake uh sake is a a fun category that 
is not very well known here in the United States  

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um and we’re delighted to get to share an American 
produced sake today with the McCullough which is  

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very exciting yeah there’s not a lot of that 
going on here and so we’ll tell you a little  

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bit about them um all right I say we get started 
we have a good number of people here and let’s  

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get rocking and rolling here for those of you who 
are new thank you for joining us I’m Suzanne I’m  

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the founder of The Crafty Cask where we are all 
about celebrating and supporting craft alcohol  

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makers like Momokawa that we’ll be talking 
a little bit about today and my name is Evan  

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Rothrock I’m a certified sommelier a certified 
provider professional uh craft whiskey enthusiasts  

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awesome mixologist thank you I benefit from 
his Mixology Creations quite often some of  

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which do include sake so we can talk a little bit 
about sake cocktails later in the evening as well  

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um yeah so for those of you who have your kits 
you should have all of these in front of you  

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um sake is something that when you open it 
you’re probably going to want to finish it  

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right this isn’t going to say saved yeah this 
has a shelf life that a beer or a wine has  

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um so you might be able to downsize it put it in 
a smaller bottle save it for a day maybe yeah if  

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you put it in the fridge I agree yeah something 
that is relatively low in alcohol like stock  

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a is or wine or beer um and something that is 
simply fermented as opposed to perhaps distilled  

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generally has uh the tendency to oxidize 
and while it’s not going to turn to vinegar  

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um that’s kind of a common misconception with 
regard to wine that sits on your shelf for a few  

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days it might not taste great anymore it doesn’t 
actually turn to vinegar but it does oxidize it  

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loses the bright fruity and floral characteristics 
that oftentimes are appealing in it  

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um many of those characteristics are found 
in quality stockings like the ones that we’re  

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going to be enjoying today so if you don’t plan on 
drinking all three you know you can downsize them  

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put them in the fridge for a night or two um but 
you know whatever size vessel that you have that  

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minimizes the amount of head space or air after 
you downsize it that’s optimal yeah and keeping  

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it in the fridge of course yes um and then if you 
are one of our SipScout members and you have your  

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kit grab your cute little ochocos as well aren’t 
these adorable we are so excited that we found  

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someone on Etsy who could make little branded 
ochocos which is the name of the cup that sake

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is traditionally enjoyed autos and they often they 
come in ceramic like these but they often come in  

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um even like wood almost 
kind of materials and glass  

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um and so different different styles but 
yeah there’s actually a really fun uh kind of  

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tradition uh in a lot of uh Japanese izakaya’s 
gastro pubs where sake is actually served  

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in a glass but the glass is in a wooden um masu 
or mokari is right the Japanese term for it and  

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I think it’s a really fun sentiment where they 
intentionally over pour into the glass and then  

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it fills into the cup and it’s just a symbol of 
overflowing kind of hospitality and yeah all those  

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good things yeah and commonly you know you pick up 
the glass and the wooden box together and sip them  

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uh and then whatever’s left in the in the wooden 
box or after you finish the glass you can either  

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pour into the glass and continue to enjoy or 
drink right out of the wooden box and when I  

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was in Japan I had a really fun time just drinking 
right out of the box it’s important is it picking  

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up the glass pouring it into the box and like 
choosing with the box and drinking out of the box  

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not every day you get to Cheers with the box and 
it’s culturally and socially acceptable I suppose  

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um for those of you who are new here you know we 
typically the first half hour maybe 45 minutes  

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depending is webinar style as you are in right 
now so we cannot see your faces we cannot hear  

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you which we honestly kind of hate um but 
we’ve received feedback that it’s nice to  

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just be focused on the education and tasting up 
front so we’ll do that for about a half an hour  

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probably and then we will open it up where 
we can promote anyone who wants to beat the  

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panelist we’ll promote all of you the panelists 
at that time but then you can decline it if you  

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don’t want to be panelists and still stay kind of 
incognito and just listen in um or you can turn on  

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your camera and turn on your mic and we can have 
a little happy hour and get to talk to each other  

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um and then but meanwhile while we are in this 
webinar format please feel free to use the chat  

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we love to hear your questions your comments your 
thoughts um all of that good stuff so please use  

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the chat have a if you have anything to say we 
definitely want to hear from you we don’t want  

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to disturb ourselves a talk even though that’s 
what we’re going to do for the first 30 minutes  

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all right let’s crack into our first one the first 
one we are going to enjoy is the diamond mm-hmm  

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so all three of the sake’s that 
we’re going to be enjoying today  

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are designated as what’s known as June 
my ginjou yes and Jun Mayan ginjo both  

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refer to separate parts of designation 
within the regulatory body in sake I’m  

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sorry in Japan that talks about sake and 
how it is packed and how it’s enjoyed  

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um kind of similar to how here in the states 
we have designations for bourbon versus whiskey  

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and what legally has to be in place in order for 
you to be able to put that on your label kind of  

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the same like yeah shall we do a little I guess 
we should say Kanpai Kampai is cheers in Japan

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so I don’t know what that means something you 
don’t know what that means it’s something that  

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I feel like I heard my mom say a lot oh 
and it’s something that I believe has no  

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correlation to fake uh I think it’s something 
that her dad told her which was roughly  

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um thank you very much honorable daughter he 
spent some time in Japan uh in like the 50s  

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um yeah I’m not I’m not totally sure but there it 
is cold out of my mouth love it love it all right  

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so let’s talk a little bit about that June Mike 
and Joe since all three of these are stylistically  

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that’s what they are so do you mind whenever you 
see June my on anything what that essentially  

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means so sake is made from are you showing I 
was pointing at Junior over here on the wheel  

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um so essentially made from four 
ingredients on the rice sake rice water  

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Koji which is an enzyme and we can talk a little 
bit about that and yeast so those four ingredients  

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have to be in sake in order for it to be sake but 
there are times where people add other distilled  

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Spirits into it grain alcohol essentially is what 
you can think of it as and one of the reasons that  

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happens is for Mass producers to stretch the sake
and make it more affordable so that’s one reason  

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but if they only add a little bit of that grain 
alcohol um it can often enhance flavors Aromas  

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profiles it’s just a little bit of it about it 
if more of it’s added it starts to kind of be  

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more about the cost than a flavor profile thing 
so if you hear Jun Mai what that means is it’s  

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only those four ingredients there is no other 
distilled Spirit add to this so it’s really  

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the purest form of sake those for rice water 
Koji and yeast that’s all that’s going on in  

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here whenever you see July on a label um and then 
the ginjo can explain the gingo so gingo and uh  

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its Associated from diganjo refer to what goes on 
with the rice prior to the fermentation process  

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um so essentially if you imagine a grain of 
rice a single grain uh the outside of this is  

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mostly brand fiber and then there’s a layer 
underneath that that’s foiled and proteins  

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and fats and then it’s kind of like piercing 
yeah on the rice yeah like yeah that’s perfect  

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um and then at the heart of it is starch 
um and so by slowly and carefully Milling  

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the grain which is essentially what white rice 
that you purchase at the store to eat as opposed  

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to brown rice white rice has maybe about 10 
of the outer layer that’s been milled off so  

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the brand fiber component is gone but there is 
still some of the the protein and fat elements  

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um that it still exists at the heart of that past 
the 10 Milling that you find in normal white rice  

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you get to really a pure amount of starch and 
depending on the style of sake that you’re  

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trying to produce the more Milling that you do um 
the quote unquote higher quality of sake you’re  

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going to have as a result they’re closer to that 
Center you’re getting really if you think about  

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like you know when we were kids could be possibly 
getting to that center of the Super Bowl like the  

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more you kind of work away the more you’re getting 
that kind of pure Essence Center that’s really the  

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pure starch you remember those commercials how 
many licks does it take with the owls yes yes  

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three yes but they are not licking away the outer 
layers of the rice grain they are familiar yeah  

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um as a result uh the type of rice that they 
use is generally a little bit different from  

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the rights that you would generally use for 
feeding it’s shorter grain because long grain  

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as you Mill it is going to break and you don’t 
want this to break you want it to evenly be worn  

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down like you’re tumbling you know geodes and 
Stones uh if there’s any Rock Hounds in the crowd  

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um and over time you’ll Mill away the outer 
layer and be left with varying levels of Milling  

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so for ginjou at least 60 percent of the outer 
layer I’m sorry at least 40 of the outer layer  

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is really 60 remaining uh dig into 50 remains 
um that’s the highest level that they have  

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designation for but there are some very unique 
and rare sakes that are one percent remaining  

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it’s kind of a third that they would essentially 
remove so much of the outer layer but they exist  

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um and if you think about that they’re buying 
rice and then getting rid of 99 of that rice  

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to make their product and Celsius you can 
see why that would be a more premium more  

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expensive sake because there’s a lot of waste 
in that process but a lot of the ways like the  

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things that they Mill off there are other uses 
for them there are and most producers of sake

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um are pretty mindful of that they’re 
sustainable what is milled off uh  

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is used as gluten-free flour it’s used um for feed 
on farms uh various different sustainable purposes  

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um it’s even used to make paint uh kind of 
weird like a thickening component for paint  

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and then there’s one lower designation um 
harm jozu hon jozu is this is every energy  

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so so in order of quality the top quality is 
the Junior the middle level of Premium sake

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is June my ginjou which is what these kind 
of are at that premium level we’re kind of  

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that mid-level premium and then Jun my without 
any other dead thing just do my just kind of  

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drop those four pieces but a little bit more of 
that right brain is left on so that’s kind of the  

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premium Theory right about to up to 60 uh would 
be just June my and then these are more than 60  

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but less than 50 so do you like in Joe and then 
more than 15 to might die again so and then if you  

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take away the do my from those so if you’re just 
talking about ginjo or daiginjo or like you were  

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about to say fungioso yeah those are the ones that 
have some other distilled Spirit added into it  

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um and so that’s where and it’s a debate honestly 
some people think you know oh they’re adding a  

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different distilled Spirit into it it’s not 
a hundred percent you know the the rice sake

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therefore it’s lower quality but some people feel 
like if you’re only adding a little bit of it to  

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it it actually can still be very premium because 
it is enhancing those flavor profiles so it kind  

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of depends how much of that distilled Spirit 
they’re adding into the final product and I hate  

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to break it to you but adding distilled Spirit to 
it it does not make it higher proof so they’re not  

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doing it to fortify it they’re not saying we’re 
taking this and then adding more alcohol to it  

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to fortify it directly replacing some of this sake
with that neutral brain kind of this build Spirit  

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just like I said stretch it or kind of enhance the 
flavor profile a little bit yeah and that’s and  

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that’s a notable point because uh to your point 
of the idea of quality being undermined by the  

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addition of alcohol there are numerous uh products 
in the wine world where the addition of alcohol  

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fortifies it such such as such as Port yeah or 
Sherry or Madeira those are there can be very  

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high quality examples of those and adding alcohol 
to you know a fermented wine doesn’t necessarily  

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negatively impacted quality wise nor does it 
with regard to sake it just changes it and  

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something that is probably kind of unique with 
Stockade compared to a lot of other fermented  

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products is the temperature at which fermentation 
occurs that’s true very cold and it’s as a result  

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very prolonged um I think it takes like 32 to 
48 days or something that’s in fermentation  

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so it’s a very long process whereas beer or 
wine standard fermentation takes about 10 to  

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15 days right so double or more and it’s simply 
because it’s being fermented very very slowly so  

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there is an element of Expediting the process 
and getting something to Market a little bit  

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quicker by fermenting it part of the way maybe 
10 to 15 days and the alcohol percentage might  

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reach seven or eight and then adding a 
little bit of distilled alcohol to get it  

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to what is more standard for sake I believe 
these are around 12 no this one’s almost 15  

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um usually sake is roughly the same alcohol 
percentage design somewhere in that 12 to 15 range  

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so uh the flow rate of fermentation is something 
that kind of necessitates the addition of  

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distilled Spirits at times and as a result while 
it doesn’t necessarily mean the quality is lower  

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math producers tend to utilize that a little bit 
more readily so there’s an association with that  

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you all confused yet sake is it’s a little bit 
like I mean we every time you know we we love  

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sake we talk about sake we do what we do for work 
but even still I feel like every time I go out to  

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a Japanese restaurant and I’m looking at a sake
menu I’m pulling out one of my articles from a  

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graphic app or a cheat sheet to be like wait which 
is which and what is what and what do I want and  

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what don’t I want like it’s if we don’t we aren’t 
exposed to it as much here on the United States  

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um you know and no we’re not doing sake bombs 
tonight um because that is what you know a lot of  

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Americans think of when they hear sake they think 
of sake bombs and if you’re not familiar with the  

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sake bombs good for you um but I’ll explain what 
it is currently so a sake bomb is basically it’s  

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usually relatively low quality sake um and you 
get a little couple of your sake and then you  

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get a beer and you drop your sake Cup in your beer 
and then you drink them all at once in a very big  

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gulp and it’s kind of like a cheers and tonight’s 
gonna be a party night kind of kind of yeah thing  

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yeah and they are very delicious and they are 
fun if that’s the kind of night you’re having  

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um but you don’t need to have high quality to 
do that certainly um go ahead no I was just  

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going to say uh the I guess the perception 
of stock a outside of stockade bombs um

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what is generally served with sake about 
this is hot talking and that’s generally  

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um again not harping on it too much it is 
generally considered a lower quality Stockade  

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but it is a unique experience in and of itself 
what we’re enjoying today is a style of sake

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due to my diganjo just ginjo and daigenjo all 
of those kind of upper echelon mostly because  

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the amount of product that they have left to 
make sake out of compared to the other ones uh  

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it means that these are ones that are a little 
bit more refined actually the materials that  

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you get when you’re just using the starch in 
the very middle of the core of the rice grain  

00:19:26,280 –> 00:19:31,500
um lends to a little bit more of a 
floral tropical fruity type of flavor  

00:19:32,700 –> 00:19:38,880
sake that used or is made using a 
larger percentage of the grain of rice  

00:19:39,540 –> 00:19:48,420
is no less enjoyable it’s just different a little 
less refined sure and and in its rusticness has  

00:19:48,420 –> 00:19:52,680
a lot of ability in that yeah some people really 
love that it kind of tastes like a loaf of bread  

00:19:52,680 –> 00:19:57,060
yeah and there are plenty of Health stockings that 
I’ve had at restaurants that are probably lower  

00:19:57,060 –> 00:20:02,340
quality but are quite delicious um traditionally 
served a little bit warmer yeah um traditionally  

00:20:03,300 –> 00:20:08,820
served in that’s kind of an interesting point 
of note is that they’re traditionally served in  

00:20:08,820 –> 00:20:15,540
ceramic whereas higher quality talkies are more 
often found in blown glass wine glasses even  

00:20:16,620 –> 00:20:22,560
um yeah and there’s the whole spectrum and 
talking about it strictly in the idea of like  

00:20:22,560 –> 00:20:28,620
quality I I think kind of does a disservice 
to the culture of stock a as a whole yeah  

00:20:28,620 –> 00:20:34,260
absolutely that’s my Suzanne yeah um and so 
in the interest of clearing up some confusion  

00:20:34,260 –> 00:20:39,180
because I know we’re throwing a lot of words 
at you I want to share the terminology up there  

00:20:39,720 –> 00:20:42,960
um so I’m going to share this 
visual see if this works here  

00:20:44,280 –> 00:20:53,880
that’s good y’all seeing my screen looks like it 
um all right so let me move this over for us so  

00:20:53,880 –> 00:21:00,240
we can see it because we’re not seeing what you’re 
seeing there we go all right so this is something  

00:21:00,240 –> 00:21:04,860
we created that we have we have every three 
different articles on our website about Stockdale  

00:21:04,860 –> 00:21:09,000
throw in the chat to kind of help educate here but 
this is kind of what we were just talking about  

00:21:09,960 –> 00:21:16,140
um so that how did we say say my bi say my b i 
they my bi they might be I that’s how you say it  

00:21:16,140 –> 00:21:24,480
same IDI is that really refers to the same idea 70 
same IDI 60 right that’s what the the percentages  

00:21:24,480 –> 00:21:30,480
are called and referred to um and so you can see 
here what we were talking about in this top row  

00:21:30,480 –> 00:21:35,640
this is really what’s considered premium in that 
top row so the Jun Mai the June my ginjo the do my  

00:21:35,640 –> 00:21:39,780
Dagan Joe the way that I like to remember it so if 
I’m out at a restaurant and I’m trying to figure  

00:21:39,780 –> 00:21:47,940
out that’s better like which is the witch they go 
in alphabetical order from most premium police so  

00:21:47,940 –> 00:21:54,420
Gigan Jody ginjo G June my on its own you know so 
that’s kind of the order to think about those in  

00:21:55,500 –> 00:22:00,900
and then on your y-axis here you have the 
percent of this build alcohol added so you  

00:22:00,900 –> 00:22:05,400
can see for the premium ones because they are 
all called Jun Mai that means only those four  

00:22:05,400 –> 00:22:10,080
things are in there so that’s why you know none 
there is no fulfilled alcohol added to those  

00:22:10,680 –> 00:22:16,020
and then you get into this middle tier here 
where 10 or less this filled alcohol is added  

00:22:16,020 –> 00:22:22,080
and that’s where that debate lives is in that 
middle row there of parties lower quality are  

00:22:22,080 –> 00:22:27,240
they still premium and people have different 
opinions I personally think I think Evan agrees  

00:22:27,240 –> 00:22:32,280
that they are still premium when it has 10 
or less of that this build alcohol in there  

00:22:33,240 –> 00:22:42,360
um and so then we have the final the more than 
10 percent is considered Bluetooth and it kind  

00:22:42,360 –> 00:22:51,300
of is as much of a quality as it sounds like 
um weird back I see your chat I’m not sure why  

00:22:51,300 –> 00:22:56,760
that’s happening nor am I sure what to do about 
it let me just try to share again let’s see

00:23:01,500 –> 00:23:07,140
is that better or maybe if I lose it maybe if I

00:23:09,960 –> 00:23:12,000
let me know if this is better or worse

00:23:16,620 –> 00:23:21,900
good great okay um yeah I think 
this is a handy little visual here  

00:23:21,900 –> 00:23:27,600
um and so the futsu is that’s where it’s been more 
than 10 of distilled alcohol added and I think it  

00:23:27,600 –> 00:23:32,400
can be as high as 50 I think that’s the limitation 
I think or do you think it can be higher  

00:23:33,000 –> 00:23:36,780
I didn’t realize that it could be that high it 
definitely can be that high I definitely know  

00:23:36,780 –> 00:23:42,300
why I’ve read that and it might be in one of our 
articles too that it can be up to 50 that is and  

00:23:42,300 –> 00:23:47,280
that’s where you really you can see that’s where 
Mass makers are trying to kind of make it make it  

00:23:47,280 –> 00:23:54,660
more cost effective for them adding 50 of neutral 
green Spirit to this more expensive process right  

00:23:54,660 –> 00:23:58,320
it would save them a lot of money and allow 
them to offer a lower price product as well  

00:23:59,100 –> 00:24:05,280
um and so that’s kind of futsu that’s where that 
is in there um and then it’s also called tutsu  

00:24:05,280 –> 00:24:14,340
you can see there it’s also called kutsu if it 
has an unspecified say my boy I say my Booey I’m  

00:24:14,340 –> 00:24:23,760
sorry yeah I know blue eye you’re right so if 
it’s unspecified so it might be you know 80 90  

00:24:23,760 –> 00:24:27,780
is still there where they’re only taking a very 
little amount of that because you’re going to  

00:24:27,780 –> 00:24:31,620
specify it if it’s less than 70 because it’s in 
your bed that’s more premium right but if it’s  

00:24:31,620 –> 00:24:35,880
less if it’s more than 70 you’re probably not 
going to specify it because no one cares about  

00:24:35,880 –> 00:24:41,700
that they just know it’s lower quality so if 
it’s unspecified but it’s still 10 or less they  

00:24:41,700 –> 00:24:46,500
still call that Susu and I think that’s really 
just that the lower quality kind of piece can  

00:24:46,500 –> 00:24:51,360
kind of depend on the same eye blue eye or how 
much alcohol is in it those are the two kind of  

00:24:51,360 –> 00:24:57,120
vectors you can cut both of the corners you can 
get one of the two corners right and still kind  

00:24:57,120 –> 00:25:04,200
of get away with it yeah absolutely so that’s our 
handy dandy cheat sheet hopefully that was helpful  

00:25:04,200 –> 00:25:08,100
that is in one of our articles and I’ll throw all 
the links to the articles in the chat in a moment  

00:25:09,060 –> 00:25:15,000
um I think it’s in the third article that’s about 
you know ordering sake and knowing your way around  

00:25:15,000 –> 00:25:20,460
obsessing bottles yeah Pro yeah how to how to go 
out for sushi with your friends and you’re the  

00:25:20,460 –> 00:25:24,240
one at the table who’s like I got the sake list 
hand it over here let me figure out what to order  

00:25:24,960 –> 00:25:36,720
so while these cups sure are cute um they’re not 
necessarily the best vessel for assessing Aroma  

00:25:36,720 –> 00:25:45,900
flavors but more so Aroma or Chocos in general 
anything with this lack of headspace but even  

00:25:45,900 –> 00:25:50,640
before they traditionally drink them out of in 
Japan they do but I do think it’s more cultural  

00:25:50,640 –> 00:25:55,320
it’s because of the fact that since they’re 
so small you’re constantly refilling them you  

00:25:55,860 –> 00:26:00,960
as you continue to drink more you are 
more and more likely to have it Splash  

00:26:00,960 –> 00:26:06,660
over into the mochari and gotcha that’s 
you know a blessing each time that happens  

00:26:07,800 –> 00:26:14,160
um and so if you are interested in kind 
of assessing the profiles of these sake

00:26:15,360 –> 00:26:22,200
um a little bit more uh readily feel free to 
pour whatever you’re drinking in a wine glass  

00:26:22,200 –> 00:26:28,500
that has a little bit of a headspace or a bulb 
um we love these and we’re going to continue  

00:26:28,500 –> 00:26:34,620
drinking them out of this but this isn’t like a 
prescriptive glass uh there are lots and lots of  

00:26:34,620 –> 00:26:40,560
different glasses that they consume sake out of 
a pour sake out of many of them are ritualistic  

00:26:40,560 –> 00:26:49,140
and cultural more so than they are meant to 
kind of deliver What that particular sake can  

00:26:49,140 –> 00:27:02,400
and maybe will present um in the precise glass 
that would define it sure um yeah uh but what  

00:27:02,400 –> 00:27:09,540
do you think of this go down top my cute little 
Etsy since go to church these are so cute yeah  

00:27:10,200 –> 00:27:18,480
um the the Diamond is meant to kind of be a really 
great introduction to this kind of refined Edge  

00:27:18,480 –> 00:27:27,480
at the at the line of sake where the kind of fruit 
and floral components lend themselves to this type  

00:27:27,480 –> 00:27:37,080
of stockade uh as opposed to any of the more like 
earthy ricey characteristics that you can find in  

00:27:37,620 –> 00:27:45,660
of a socket that has left polish um and 
like paranoes and I was just gonna say like  

00:27:46,200 –> 00:27:51,120
what do you what do you guys smell on 
tape them I’m jumping jumping the gun  

00:27:52,680 –> 00:27:57,660
um yeah throw in the chat what are you 
guys smelling or and this is a really this  

00:27:57,660 –> 00:28:02,880
is a really handy tool while you’re while you’re 
looking uh while you’re tasting the sake taking a  

00:28:02,880 –> 00:28:11,520
look at this and just allowing that to be maybe a 
little bit of a suggestive guide um whether you’re  

00:28:11,520 –> 00:28:20,760
smelling I mean I love the I love the delineation 
there of um sea air or Mountain Air whether it’s  

00:28:21,540 –> 00:28:27,540
fresh Briny freshness well in Japan that makes a 
lot of sense right there you know there’s a lot of  

00:28:27,540 –> 00:28:33,240
ocean kind of front areas obviously and then 
mountainous as well they have tiny freshness  

00:28:33,240 –> 00:28:40,260
yeah the way they Define the other yeah yeah 
you don’t see air on on many other cases yeah

00:28:41,760 –> 00:28:47,580
um on that note I would say this one is 
a little bit more Piney to me than it is  

00:28:47,580 –> 00:28:53,460
having a saline quality that you might get 
with the air I feel like I also but I feel  

00:28:53,460 –> 00:29:01,800
like with almost all sake’s I get a little 
like mushroomy earthy kind of stuff going on

00:29:04,620 –> 00:29:09,960
what’s the characteristic of the earth that 
you get in this one I think mushroom is not  

00:29:11,040 –> 00:29:17,520
I feel like I almost get like I’m thinking of 
all of our um mulch in our backyard I almost  

00:29:17,520 –> 00:29:25,800
get like The Damp under like kind of starting to 
decompose mulch a little bit sure forest floor

00:29:30,000 –> 00:29:33,360
what he’s doing to me as these things

00:29:35,760 –> 00:29:41,940
who am I what is happening um I definitely get a 
little bit of melon like Crenshaw melon you know  

00:29:41,940 –> 00:29:49,740
what’s interesting um so the words ginjo and 
daiginjo was it melon pear banana that’s right  

00:29:49,740 –> 00:29:56,580
they literally translated I think translates to 
Aromas of melon pear and banana I believe it is  

00:29:56,580 –> 00:30:03,060
that sounds like it’s familiar yeah and then 
Diagon Joe translates to Big Aromas of melon  

00:30:03,060 –> 00:30:09,780
pear and banana so I feel like you know they 
they feel like those are Aromas that are very  

00:30:09,780 –> 00:30:18,120
prominent in sake um and it does seem like those 
are pretty prominent on the sensory wheel tree  

00:30:18,120 –> 00:30:23,760
fruits well there’s a whole section on melon 
oh there is a whole section on melon it is so  

00:30:23,760 –> 00:30:28,260
interesting because so you may be familiar with 
wine Aroma wheels or whiskey Aroma Wheels um if  

00:30:28,260 –> 00:30:32,520
you’ve been a discount member for a while you’ve 
gotten the wine Aroma wheel from up in the path  

00:30:32,520 –> 00:30:37,320
but it is interesting a lot of people think like 
all Aroma wheels are the same and while you can  

00:30:37,320 –> 00:30:41,340
certainly use any Aroma wheel when you’re tasting 
something and there’s going to be something on  

00:30:41,340 –> 00:30:46,980
there that you can find they are very specific 
to the category of alcohol you know a whiskey  

00:30:46,980 –> 00:30:54,360
Aroma will is much heavier in like tobaccos and 
um you know leather and things of that nature 100  

00:30:55,320 –> 00:31:01,500
um things that come from the aging process right 
barrels right whereas something like stockaded  

00:31:01,500 –> 00:31:10,800
is it does happen but is rarely aged in smoke or 
any kind of wood um isn’t going to have a lot of  

00:31:10,800 –> 00:31:19,800
those baking spices and those like deeper 
lower tones yeah yeah I mean in this wheel  

00:31:19,800 –> 00:31:27,420
is there anything in that no I don’t think so 
capacity that isn’t the fair melons like the  

00:31:27,420 –> 00:31:35,640
categories you don’t even see in others what’s 
this yellow one or a series oh that’s the yeah

00:31:38,400 –> 00:31:44,880
what do you guys think of this the melon 
um yeah agreement there with Moen and I do  

00:31:44,880 –> 00:31:51,420
feel like it is like a green melon like like 
a Crenshaw not like watermelon yeah honeydew

00:31:54,180 –> 00:31:57,360
you all drink sake very often do we have any  

00:31:57,900 –> 00:32:06,300
sake experts in the mix or sake aficionados 
or is this anyone’s first time drinking sake

00:32:07,800 –> 00:32:12,240
or it’s been a really really long time 
it’s been since college and sake bomb  

00:32:13,560 –> 00:32:19,140
I have to say as much as I’m like we’re 
not even talking about fun sure someone  

00:32:19,140 –> 00:32:22,500
experience sure I understand why 
some people like them you know

00:32:24,540 –> 00:32:26,400
um you get to say

00:32:26,400 –> 00:32:31,200
well I don’t know that and then you hit the table  

00:32:32,160 –> 00:32:37,260
and then it drops into the glass right is 
that right yeah I think you’re right you  

00:32:37,260 –> 00:32:41,220
remember the results on either side of it 
and then you hit it and it falls down here  

00:32:43,080 –> 00:32:47,400
now don’t go doing this at any old like sushi 
place or Japanese place you gotta like certain  

00:32:47,400 –> 00:32:51,900
places are very amenable to this and they kind 
of encourage it whereas if you went through if  

00:32:51,900 –> 00:32:58,980
you’re within a mile of a university go ahead 
yeah probably but I don’t know that I’d go to  

00:32:58,980 –> 00:33:04,140
our local sushi places just like start saying it 
on the table and sure splashing beer everywhere  

00:33:05,340 –> 00:33:12,240
um so I’m gonna pour a little bit of the next one 
yeah and let’s do that you have two glasses which  

00:33:12,240 –> 00:33:17,880
you all do because you got two in the in the 
package yeah maybe pour the other one all in  

00:33:17,880 –> 00:33:23,520
one and then do a side-by-side trying me side by 
side is a pretty neat way to kind of understand  

00:33:24,960 –> 00:33:32,820
um two very similar styles for about two 
stockings that are the same style but with  

00:33:32,820 –> 00:33:40,260
just a slight variation in the way that they 
were made um and variations in the way that sake

00:33:40,260 –> 00:33:50,460
can be made are inclusive of the type of yeast 
that you’re going to use the Koji mold enzymes

00:33:52,800 –> 00:34:02,700
um that is chosen um how much of that is in the 
actual bake uh or I’m sorry actual actual right  

00:34:02,700 –> 00:34:09,180
when you start the fermentation process again how 
quickly you ferment which isn’t a thing that is  

00:34:09,180 –> 00:34:15,720
contingent on the temperature that you come in um 
this is a great place to kind of rewind a little  

00:34:15,720 –> 00:34:21,120
bit and talk about coaching yeah yeah because that 
is the one you know we’re all familiar with water  

00:34:21,120 –> 00:34:27,120
in some kind of a grain and a youth to make your 
own kind of alcohol any kind of sugar sort yeah  

00:34:27,120 –> 00:34:35,100
yeah but Koji is unique it’s an enzyme it’s a 
fungus actually it is yeah um and the reason  

00:34:35,100 –> 00:34:47,220
that sake exists if you took rice and water and 
put them all in a bowl nothing would happen even  

00:34:47,220 –> 00:34:51,060
if you’ve cooked it even if you cook the rice 
or like cooked it all together like you because  

00:34:51,060 –> 00:34:56,640
that’s how you make beer right you put grain in 
yeast in water and you cook it and that’s heating  

00:34:56,640 –> 00:35:02,760
up of the grain with the use is what allows 
fermentation to happen um why wouldn’t it happen  

00:35:02,760 –> 00:35:10,440
with rights so with right the particular start 
the carbohydrates that the rice is comprised of

00:35:18,360 –> 00:35:27,660
in a grain like Rye or wheat or barley that’s 
feeding turns that into an available sugar  

00:35:27,660 –> 00:35:33,960
glucose kind of right yeah and it’s not 
quite useless it’s a longer chain sugar  

00:35:33,960 –> 00:35:43,020
that you find in different grains but in rice 
that doesn’t happen and so what Koji does is it  

00:35:44,100 –> 00:35:52,920
does that for us it’s essentially like the fourth 
stomach on a cow that allows for the sugars that  

00:35:52,920 –> 00:36:01,860
are otherwise undigestible or non-fermentable 
to be broken down into something that you can  

00:36:01,860 –> 00:36:10,980
then cement um and so it’s a pretty remarkable 
circumstances uh like nature finding its way  

00:36:10,980 –> 00:36:18,840
into a place in human civilization that’s been 
around since like been being careful like yeah  

00:36:18,840 –> 00:36:25,140
I think like 300 BC in China and like 450 BC in 
Japan or something like that and it’s not just  

00:36:25,140 –> 00:36:31,860
like sake it’s a cookie yeah it’s knowledge of 
this like they know that they need that specific  

00:36:31,860 –> 00:36:38,700
mold and they sprinkle the spores on it in order 
to be able to get this beverage yeah um and the  

00:36:38,700 –> 00:36:42,960
way it’s done is they actually they cook the rice 
a little took the right so it’s like just tender  

00:36:42,960 –> 00:36:49,320
inside but still part on the outside and then they 
sprinkle a bunch of the cookies kind of spread it  

00:36:49,320 –> 00:36:54,660
out all over it and they wrap it up in towels and 
they kind of believe it I think it’s probably in a  

00:36:54,660 –> 00:37:01,680
warmer environment and they leave it for a couple 
of days I think and let it kind of marry and meld  

00:37:01,680 –> 00:37:07,920
and do its thing and then when they unwrap it 
that’s when they put it into the fermenter and  

00:37:07,920 –> 00:37:13,740
they sprinkle more fresh Koji on that then along 
with the yeast along with the water and the water  

00:37:13,740 –> 00:37:20,220
is a very important point in sake as well you know 
they are very particular about the minerals and  

00:37:20,220 –> 00:37:24,240
where the water is coming from it and a lot of 
them are using these Mountain sources from Japan  

00:37:24,240 –> 00:37:30,300
these mountains springs for their water source 
as well um yeah and then they add more clothing  

00:37:30,300 –> 00:37:36,120
again and then the heat to the water and that 
will not hold long fermentations again yeah yeah  

00:37:36,120 –> 00:37:45,120
the water the water component is just as critical 
as it is with but with heat um you’ll uh you’ll  

00:37:45,120 –> 00:37:50,700
hear whiskey producers talk about the water 
sources that you find in places like Kentucky  

00:37:51,960 –> 00:37:58,740
um which are notable for the low concentration 
of things like magnesium iron and manganese  

00:37:59,700 –> 00:38:05,400
um the Limestone substrata that exists 
there that water has to filter through  

00:38:06,960 –> 00:38:12,900
pulls a lot of that stuff out of the water and 
so the you know aquifers that they are pulling  

00:38:12,900 –> 00:38:22,380
from to make bourbon whiskey are very low in these 
components and what that does to the texture and  

00:38:22,380 –> 00:38:28,800
the quality of the flavors that you find uh is 
admirable and sought after in the whiskey World  

00:38:28,800 –> 00:38:39,780
and places that are producing with the in a style 
that is meant to kind of represent or yeah if you  

00:38:39,780 –> 00:38:45,780
will sure um but it also you know some whiskey 
producers who particularly whiskey producers  

00:38:45,780 –> 00:38:51,480
who model at a higher fruit knowing that their 
consumers are going to proof it down at home  

00:38:51,480 –> 00:38:56,880
by themselves with water with ice things of that 
nature some I think McCallum is one of them right  

00:38:56,880 –> 00:39:03,420
um actually sells their Source Waters in bottles 
for people to buy a bottle of whiskey and buy a  

00:39:03,420 –> 00:39:07,440
bottle of the exact same water that was used to 
make that recipe so that when they’re proofing  

00:39:07,440 –> 00:39:12,240
it down they’re not painting it with water out 
of their cap where they may have hard water or  

00:39:12,240 –> 00:39:18,900
whatever the case they do and Japan is very much 
known for the quality of their water and the  

00:39:18,900 –> 00:39:26,700
regions in Japan that are notable for Stockade 
production uh as well as Wasabi Production

00:39:26,700 –> 00:39:36,180
high quality water that has a certain like kind 
of percentages of certain mineral components but  

00:39:36,180 –> 00:39:44,160
Fushimi um the area around Nagano uh the 
foothills of Mount Fuji all have natural  

00:39:44,160 –> 00:39:52,740
springs that lend themselves to Quality hockey 
production um the Foothills around Hiroshima um  

00:39:53,820 –> 00:40:03,180
and what Momokawa has done is just developed a 
sake brand that really kind of um is meant to be  

00:40:03,180 –> 00:40:09,780
reflective of the ideals behind sake production in 
Japan but right here in the United States and so  

00:40:09,780 –> 00:40:16,740
when will cause based in Oregon in the Willamette 
Valley which is very well known for wine maybe or  

00:40:16,740 –> 00:40:25,320
a wine fan um and they Source their rights both 
from California uh a specific varietal called  

00:40:25,320 –> 00:40:32,220
Cal Road as well as Arkansas yeah Arkansas and 
Arkansas is actually the only state in the United  

00:40:32,220 –> 00:40:41,160
States that is growing um a particular variety of 
rice that is specifically cultivated for stock Ace  

00:40:41,160 –> 00:40:48,720
production exclusively um super cool that they 
are doing that at all in the United States in  

00:40:48,720 –> 00:40:55,020
my opinion well and their story is there was 
a brand called Momokawa in Japan right still  

00:40:55,020 –> 00:41:06,060
is yep and the guy who started Momokawa here 
he was importing importing from Japan and then  

00:41:06,960 –> 00:41:11,820
yeah because they have if you look for Momokawa 
you’ll be directed to a website called stock A1  

00:41:12,660 –> 00:41:17,820
um and that is really an importer website and so 
there’s all different sockets on there from Japan  

00:41:17,820 –> 00:41:23,580
that you know but they’re which are imported and 
also some of which are made by stock K1 right and  

00:41:23,580 –> 00:41:30,300
this is their house brand if you will eventually 
so this is you know their effort that they started  

00:41:30,300 –> 00:41:36,540
to say you know rather than just importing sake
we know so much about sake our you know founder  

00:41:36,540 –> 00:41:41,340
came from over there they simply fell in love with 
the Momokawa in Japan he really wanted to bring  

00:41:41,340 –> 00:41:47,100
good sake here why don’t we try to start making 
our own and they’re allowed to use the momakawa  

00:41:47,100 –> 00:41:53,820
label here on their brand in the United States 
right the imported version of Momokawa goes by  

00:41:53,820 –> 00:42:01,500
a different name yeah in Japan it would be called 
momocola but here it’s called something else yeah

00:42:01,500 –> 00:42:06,960
um anyway they’ve been making it 
here uh for I think almost almost

00:42:06,960 –> 00:42:20,040
The Brew is built in 97 and their 
first bass was produced in 98. yeah  

00:42:20,820 –> 00:42:28,080
um so yeah 25 years is that right I’m outside yeah 
yeah um but pocket one’s a great site to go ahead  

00:42:28,080 –> 00:42:32,940
and do and and look at their sake Collections 
and get other sake delivered to you at home  

00:42:33,540 –> 00:42:38,400
um and if you like these of course these look we 
got distracted we did well this is the that’s that  

00:42:38,400 –> 00:42:45,840
one and I just tried them side by side did any of 
the rest of you try these side by side and then  

00:42:45,840 –> 00:42:52,560
because they do feel like there’s a if there’s 
a notable standout Aroma or flavor profile in  

00:42:52,560 –> 00:42:58,980
the first one being melon in my opinion I feel 
like there’s similarly one that is a notable  

00:42:58,980 –> 00:43:05,220
standout Aroma or flavor profile for the second 
one as well wait before you take this he’s alive  

00:43:06,360 –> 00:43:10,440
I said earlier what did I do this on 
earlier I said something earlier about  

00:43:10,440 –> 00:43:14,160
something like I haven’t tasted it yet 
you’re biasing me it’s like oh no sorry

00:43:19,320 –> 00:43:27,000
go ahead anyone in the audience have a feeling on  

00:43:28,560 –> 00:43:34,080
what makes this one particularly notably 
different in terms of the aroma of the flavor

00:43:37,920 –> 00:43:41,460
I have something on the flavor I 
don’t have as much on the aroma now  

00:43:41,460 –> 00:43:48,000
I mean this is just me go for it oh do you 
get banana on this one so much so much banana  

00:43:49,680 –> 00:43:55,500
fresh banana rice banana banana rotten banana 
banana bread this is what he does with me I’m  

00:43:55,500 –> 00:44:03,480
just getting him back hello this thank you 
very well yeah green bananas I would say it  

00:44:03,480 –> 00:44:11,760
is more of a green banana okay to me I felt 
like on the palette that one is much like  

00:44:11,760 –> 00:44:18,240
fresher and zippier to me it just has like a 
liveliness to it that this one doesn’t as much

00:44:19,500 –> 00:44:29,100
not no but at the same time um the 
freshness is I think in my for my  

00:44:29,100 –> 00:44:36,420
palette balanced by it’s incredibly right the 
fact that I smell unread banana compared to  

00:44:36,420 –> 00:44:42,240
everything else that’s going on there on 
the palette this is a lot more full-bodied  

00:44:43,560 –> 00:44:46,980
I feel like the acidity between 
the two is probably comparable  

00:44:48,660 –> 00:44:53,400
but I do feel like this is a lot rounder I 
do feel like this might be a little bit more  

00:44:53,400 –> 00:44:58,200
acidic it does have a little bit more of that 
like dancing in the back of my palette you know

00:45:01,680 –> 00:45:13,260
so the production of organic sake
as opposed to the other two here  

00:45:15,180 –> 00:45:23,280
is primarily based on the addition or 
non-edition of sulfur dioxide and oh sulfur  

00:45:23,280 –> 00:45:33,000
dioxide is something that is used to inhibit and 
minimize bacterial growth in a lot of things um  

00:45:34,200 –> 00:45:42,480
pick up a bag of dried fruit at the grocery store 
and it’s been treated with sulfur dioxide that  

00:45:42,480 –> 00:45:51,240
way it dries instead of raw um for Dark Side 
prevents the bacteria that causes it to rot  

00:45:52,260 –> 00:45:57,780
this is a little fun fact that Kevin likes to like 
poke people with because a lot of people with wine  

00:45:57,780 –> 00:46:03,120
will say I’m allergic to sulfides I’m allergic 
to sulfides they give me a headache I can’t eat  

00:46:03,120 –> 00:46:08,040
sulfide you know and he’ll kind of be like do 
you ever eat fried apricots or dried fruit in  

00:46:08,040 –> 00:46:12,120
general and I’m like oh yeah I love dried fruit 
I eat fried food all the time and he’s like then  

00:46:12,120 –> 00:46:18,060
you’re not allergic to sulfide because there’s 
like more Soul size in like three dried apricots  

00:46:18,060 –> 00:46:23,340
than in like a whole bottle of wine they get such 
a small amount so there’s a lot of misperceptions  

00:46:23,340 –> 00:46:27,420
out there about what’s happening with people 
when they feel like they’re allergic to Wine  

00:46:27,420 –> 00:46:30,300
a lot of times it just says there’s drinking 
too much wine without drinking enough water  

00:46:30,300 –> 00:46:38,580
and histamine yeah fortunately comparatively sake
doesn’t have nearly as much history histamines are  

00:46:38,580 –> 00:46:45,000
found in every plant but it’s primarily found 
in the leaves and in the fruit and while yeah

00:46:46,680 –> 00:46:56,760
and while yes if you want to be technical 
about it the grain the right the ground  

00:46:56,760 –> 00:47:03,060
is the fruit but when you’re Milling it you’re 
getting rid of the outside again and the fruit  

00:47:04,320 –> 00:47:10,560
um and so we’re great so that’s why red wine 
creates that perception of people more because  

00:47:10,560 –> 00:47:16,260
there’s more skin contact precisely in the 
wine and so it’s really more of an allergic  

00:47:16,260 –> 00:47:21,000
reaction just like you have allergies you know 
when there’s a lot of allergens in the air if  

00:47:21,000 –> 00:47:26,100
you happen to be really allergic to the types of 
allergens that were in the air in Napa during that  

00:47:26,100 –> 00:47:30,960
season and that’s in that wine then yeah that 
wine is going to bother you a little bit more  

00:47:31,860 –> 00:47:35,700
um but that made me think of something else 
those are always about oh the interesting thing  

00:47:35,700 –> 00:47:41,520
about sake is it’s open fermentation so it’s open 
fermentation So speaking of like three points and  

00:47:42,180 –> 00:47:47,820
um so beer does this wine does this in a lot 
you know what this does so when you do open  

00:47:47,820 –> 00:47:51,660
air fermentation what that essentially means is 
your fermentation tank does not have a lid on  

00:47:51,660 –> 00:47:57,120
it so it’s open to the air and there’s a lot of 
benefits to this and a lot of natural wine makers  

00:47:57,120 –> 00:48:02,640
certainly do this because there’s native yeasts 
that are available like just circulating in the  

00:48:02,640 –> 00:48:06,300
air there’s yeast all around us all the time 
right and so if you’re doing open fermentation  

00:48:06,300 –> 00:48:12,000
you’re basically allowing a little bit of a lack 
of control a little bit of like whatever these  

00:48:12,000 –> 00:48:17,220
yeasts are in this environment that’s what’s 
going to help ferment my my juice and turn it  

00:48:17,220 –> 00:48:24,840
into the alcohol and it’s interesting because 
with sake they have very tight controls on the  

00:48:24,840 –> 00:48:31,260
right the Milling the Koji the water it’s I mean 
if you know anything about Japanese culture it’s  

00:48:31,260 –> 00:48:35,460
a very perfectionist culture right and for 
good reason they make beautiful things they  

00:48:35,460 –> 00:48:43,440
have very high attention to detail so the idea of 
native yeast in your sake terrifying is just like  

00:48:43,440 –> 00:48:48,780
that doesn’t make sense for sake so when you first 
hear that you’re like wait they’re so like precise  

00:48:48,780 –> 00:48:52,560
and controlling about everything else but then 
they have open air fermentation and the reason  

00:48:52,560 –> 00:48:58,560
they do open air fermentation is because it is a 
colder fermentation and so that temperature is so  

00:48:58,560 –> 00:49:03,240
critical because since it’s colder if it drops too 
low it will completely kill these or like make it  

00:49:03,240 –> 00:49:07,860
go dormant eventually and stop the fermentation 
process and then that whole batch is different  

00:49:08,940 –> 00:49:16,740
um and at the same time since heat is an output 
and a byproduct of fermentation if it got out  

00:49:16,740 –> 00:49:24,480
contained yeah exactly and it not only is it 
a byproduct it’s also a catalyst right so if  

00:49:24,480 –> 00:49:29,700
you’re trapping it you’re going to increase 
the fermentation right and that’s exactly not  

00:49:29,700 –> 00:49:34,800
what you want so the way they they control this 
because they are controlling every level of the  

00:49:34,800 –> 00:49:40,800
processing system it’s a really fun art sake
making like very I mean all we feel like all  

00:49:40,800 –> 00:49:45,120
Brewing and Distilling when you’re doing it right 
is an art but and the science it’s the melding of  

00:49:45,120 –> 00:49:50,280
the two yeah but but the art form of this I feel 
like is to a different degree personally because  

00:49:50,280 –> 00:49:55,920
of the Japanese culture so the way they manage 
this like we need to have the pink open but we  

00:49:55,920 –> 00:50:00,360
don’t want native yeast like we don’t want to have 
like an uncontrollable yeast in there that we’re  

00:50:00,360 –> 00:50:05,580
not familiar with and what it is is they are 
just very very precise with their cleanliness  

00:50:05,580 –> 00:50:10,140
practices like you know like no one can go in 
the fermentation room without putting a hair  

00:50:10,140 –> 00:50:14,700
net on without taking their shoes off and putting 
different shoes on without wearing gloves without  

00:50:14,700 –> 00:50:19,560
doing all this to the point that even you know in 
Japanese culture fermented foods are very common  

00:50:19,560 –> 00:50:25,380
right fermented soybeans fermented you know things 
like this that they actually most sake breweries  

00:50:25,380 –> 00:50:32,700
ban like a very popular fermented soybean dish 
from like employees eating that in the block  

00:50:32,700 –> 00:50:37,140
right you can’t hear it while you’re at work 
it doesn’t matter where you are because they’re  

00:50:37,140 –> 00:50:42,060
so worried that the yeast that fermented that 
sit on your shoulder and it’s going to make it  

00:50:43,020 –> 00:50:48,720
so it’s fascinating it’s a real interesting 
nothing similar to the way breweries that  

00:50:48,720 –> 00:50:56,160
sour bears do uh yeah britannomyces yeah space 
on beers they will have two separate locations  

00:50:56,760 –> 00:51:01,200
which I mean is the best example of this because 
they don’t want cross-contamination of the yeast  

00:51:01,200 –> 00:51:06,420
yeah yeah is there anyone familiar with Wicked 
Weed down in North Carolina they were bought out  

00:51:06,420 –> 00:51:11,640
five years ago or so they’re no longer crossed 
unfortunately but Wicked Weed had two breweries  

00:51:12,300 –> 00:51:17,940
like three blocks away from each other and it 
was simply because Wicked Weed made a lot of sour  

00:51:17,940 –> 00:51:23,160
beers and for Canada Maya says that yeast that 
they use for sour beers just is rampant it’s kind  

00:51:23,160 –> 00:51:29,340
of like a weed like it’s in the air everything so 
it would make your ales and your loggers and your  

00:51:29,340 –> 00:51:34,140
Scouts and everything else power if you’re not 
careful yeah yeah that’s a good point that’s very  

00:51:34,140 –> 00:51:40,680
similar but yeah I mean you wash your hands at the 
brewery at the sake Brewery so you don’t just wash  

00:51:40,680 –> 00:51:46,560
your hands you then have them dunked in alcohol 
oh yeah they always make a second right and you  

00:51:46,560 –> 00:51:54,300
hold them up right the level it’s it’s almost like 
uh operating room yeah it sounds like an operating  

00:51:54,300 –> 00:52:00,720
room yeah for sure can we try the third one the 
third one’s a little different I I tend to be  

00:52:00,720 –> 00:52:08,220
a fan of um asparagle out there well before you 
open this I would say do this maybe do it again  

00:52:08,760 –> 00:52:17,880
maybe do the third time um so this is a nagori 
sake yeah negore uh still considered you my ginjo  

00:52:18,900 –> 00:52:24,360
um but nagori means essentially lightly silvered 
it often is talked about I did this earlier today  

00:52:24,360 –> 00:52:31,080
I said unfiltered and Evan 66 minutes no you 
reminded me you reminded me but it’s commonly  

00:52:31,080 –> 00:52:35,400
referred to in the states as unfiltered sake
um and that’s an easy way to think of it uh  

00:52:35,400 –> 00:52:38,520
do we have a think about wine glass so we can 
just pour a little bit of it in the wine glass  

00:52:39,540 –> 00:52:45,540
um because it is very lightly filtered so when 
when the sake is kind of getting close to ready  

00:52:45,540 –> 00:52:52,860
what they do is they put it in burlap bags 
essentially burlap bags and stack those bags  

00:52:52,860 –> 00:52:57,840
on top of each other and then put a press on top 
of it and they slowly press it through that burlap  

00:52:57,840 –> 00:53:06,120
in order to filter it essentially and so with 
these nagori sake so you can see how cloudy this  

00:53:06,120 –> 00:53:13,500
is with the nagori sake is it’s a much looser 
weave on that burlap bag so that a lot more of  

00:53:13,500 –> 00:53:19,140
the Esters and the oils are kind of getting into 
the final product it is pretty significant it’s  

00:53:19,140 –> 00:53:27,360
essentially cheesecloth or maybe even a tighter 
grain or coarser tighter weave and this is  

00:53:28,320 –> 00:53:34,740
very coarse because like yeah like a burlap set 
yeah so that’s a lot more through and this is  

00:53:34,740 –> 00:53:39,540
common you know wine there’s unfiltered or lightly 
filtered wines as well that look cloudier in the  

00:53:39,540 –> 00:53:44,700
glass um half of icing is a great example 
of a beer that kind of is a similar approach  

00:53:45,540 –> 00:53:50,220
um so yeah it’s common across alcohol 
categories but nagori is what numerous  

00:53:50,220 –> 00:53:54,960
species called notorious no I’m thinking 
of what’s the end I always confuse them  

00:53:56,580 –> 00:54:08,580
um so there’s Sashimi which is yeah just the 
fish and then there’s sushi which is on Rice  

00:54:08,580 –> 00:54:16,920
technically Sushi translates to on rice yeah um 
what do you think I feel like the roles are there  

00:54:16,920 –> 00:54:21,720
there’s something called like and I when I was 
refreshing my memory on some of this stuff earlier  

00:54:21,720 –> 00:54:27,780
I was like you know Corey I was like isn’t that 
also a sushi term like my just doing the grocery  

00:54:27,780 –> 00:54:34,200
look up in the glory sure doing it so I tend 
to really like unfiltered lightly filtered sake

00:54:35,400 –> 00:54:42,780
um I like the mouth feel I like the body 
that they have um and I like the flavor I  

00:54:42,780 –> 00:54:48,840
I also really tend to like funkier wines sour 
beers Spanish spiders right things that just  

00:54:48,840 –> 00:54:57,660
have a little bit more personality if you 
will um nope am I making stuff up is it uh

00:54:59,760 –> 00:55:06,780
perhaps nigiri nigiri that’s what it is I am 
mixing it up yes McGeary thank you thank you

00:55:09,000 –> 00:55:19,680
yeah that was a funny thing to uh to learn to have 
come to light is that the the term Sushi literally  

00:55:19,680 –> 00:55:25,860
just means on right it doesn’t imply fish at all 
right it can be anything on Earth that’s so good  

00:55:27,780 –> 00:55:30,780
I don’t love what it does the wine glass 
when you’re drinking it because it leaves  

00:55:30,780 –> 00:55:37,740
kind of like a Milky trail behind but makes 
your glass look kind of dirty and gross but  

00:55:37,740 –> 00:55:46,440
um but I do really but a valuable comparison for 
sure what that lack of fine filtration does yeah

00:55:54,180 –> 00:55:56,700
do we have any favorites from those of you who  

00:55:56,700 –> 00:56:02,340
are drinking through all three what 
do you think of the husband mcgorry

00:56:04,800 –> 00:56:10,560
um so this is stupid because I know why I’m 
saying it but I’m thinking I’m gonna say it anyhow  

00:56:11,280 –> 00:56:17,820
this reminds me of coconut you think it’s the 
visuals it’s a visual thing it’s a textural  

00:56:17,820 –> 00:56:25,680
thing like this is coconut water that is but 
it’s not no there’s some of that kind of nutty  

00:56:25,680 –> 00:56:30,360
characteristic which makes sense because more 
the more of the right character that is there  

00:56:31,080 –> 00:56:37,140
that is passed through the coarse filtration 
the more similar that grain characteristic  

00:56:37,140 –> 00:56:45,960
shows up which is not dissimilar to nuttiness 
in any grain like wheat barley it does have  

00:56:45,960 –> 00:56:50,940
a nuttiness and I like that nuttiness and 
that’s also yeah I mean that’s also coconut  

00:56:50,940 –> 00:56:55,740
but I do feel like and that’s why I said that’s 
why I prefaced it by saying like this is stupid  

00:56:56,760 –> 00:57:00,180
because it tastes like what it looks 
like it looks like coconut water and  

00:57:00,180 –> 00:57:04,320
it kind of tastes like coconut water is 
coconut one of the uh descriptors on there

00:57:06,720 –> 00:57:14,580
yeah tropical fresh sweet corn mmm I’m just 
noticing other things some Hauser Farms  

00:57:15,780 –> 00:57:23,520
um now that you say that I kind of smell 
fresh sweet corn uncooked right off the cob

00:57:26,160 –> 00:57:29,160
actually while you’re shucking 
it like it smells almost like  

00:57:31,080 –> 00:57:37,380
yeah I’m gonna give it a little piece of dark 
chocolate because I noticed in there the Sakeoné  

00:57:38,100 –> 00:57:43,020
um guide it suggested this with dark 
chocolate it’s a food pairing well  

00:57:43,020 –> 00:57:47,280
hot diggity what other food pairings 
do you think with sake and general  

00:57:48,540 –> 00:57:55,500
um I feel like there’s the dummy answers 
which are any kind of raw fish yeah

00:57:57,600 –> 00:58:07,620
um but I do feel like there are some elements 
of sake with the fresh kind of bright floral  

00:58:07,620 –> 00:58:14,220
components that’s got melon and that pear the 
tropical elements that you find in banana that  

00:58:14,220 –> 00:58:20,940
could lend itself to a lot of dishes that 
would be on the spicier side in my opinion  

00:58:20,940 –> 00:58:26,400
uh and kind of quelling the stripes that you 
would you would find in just in those dishes  

00:58:26,400 –> 00:58:32,220
because a lot of times that uh well the weight 
and the texture as well as that fruitiness  

00:58:33,300 –> 00:58:37,440
um would lend itself very well thank you

00:58:39,960 –> 00:58:44,400
yeah I thought when I was looking at their 
parents there I think I was like chocolate or sake

00:58:47,520 –> 00:58:50,880
and so we’ve talked about this 
before if you’ve been with us  

00:58:50,880 –> 00:58:56,640
before when you’re pairing food wine 
or any beverage fry those drinks first

00:58:58,680 –> 00:59:01,260
then try the food by itself

00:59:03,360 –> 00:59:11,220
then take a bite of food partially to it get it 
started in your mouth then take a sip while the  

00:59:11,220 –> 00:59:15,480
food’s still in your mouth and finish chewing the 
food with a little bit of the liquid in there with  

00:59:15,480 –> 00:59:20,040
it and that’s really how you pair food and you 
assessor that’s a good parent and what you’re  

00:59:20,040 –> 00:59:25,260
looking for is a great pairing is when you take 
a bite and you have the fish and they’re both in  

00:59:25,260 –> 00:59:31,200
your mouth at the same time it’s like just like 
you know the skies are opening and the golden  

00:59:32,100 –> 00:59:37,320
rays are coming down that’s a great pairing 
and it happens it happens honestly like if  

00:59:37,320 –> 00:59:41,040
you start to pair this way you will find these 
things where you’re like oh man I don’t want  

00:59:41,040 –> 00:59:45,180
to eat this alone and I don’t want to drink 
this alone anymore that’s a great pairing a  

00:59:45,180 –> 00:59:51,480
good pairing is when one of them is better um 
or they’re both good you know and then a bad  

00:59:51,480 –> 00:59:55,740
pairing is when it makes one or both of them 
worse where you’re just kind of like I don’t  

00:59:55,740 –> 00:59:59,880
want to have those together and that’s fine when 
that happens then you just go back to taking a  

00:59:59,880 –> 01:00:05,340
bite eating it and swallowing it and drinking 
the thing afterwards so in your system report

01:00:07,500 –> 01:00:13,440
there are some caring suggestions and okay as soon 
as you mentioned I was like wait a minute I’ve  

01:00:13,440 –> 01:00:22,380
already done this exercise and the suggestion 
was this is a nice moist bungee angel food  

01:00:23,820 –> 01:00:31,560
where pineapple gas trees oh and olive oil fancy 
thank you just in case you have a little angel  

01:00:31,560 –> 01:00:35,220
food cake with some pineapple I got freaking 
olive oil laying around but and thinking about  

01:00:35,220 –> 01:00:40,620
that like the compliment the miracle of the of 
the tropical characteristic of the pineapples  

01:00:40,620 –> 01:00:47,760
the gastric and the vinegar as something kind 
of like eat the dessert from being sweeter  

01:00:47,760 –> 01:00:52,920
than what your pairing it with that’s the tip 
with desserts in pairing you always want the  

01:00:52,920 –> 01:00:59,640
ingredients if you’re eating anything sweet you 
want whatever you’re drinking that you’re pairing  

01:00:59,640 –> 01:01:04,440
with it could be sweeter and while this isn’t 
overtly sweet there is some sweetness to it and  

01:01:04,440 –> 01:01:13,560
this chocolate is 70 cacao so it’s pretty bitter 
olive oil component with the gas tree again kind  

01:01:13,560 –> 01:01:22,680
of mellowing that but also giving it a little bit 
of uh like an herbaceousness and grassy earthine  

01:01:24,180 –> 01:01:34,800
um yeah I like that idea all right there we go I 
also suggested grilled meats and spicy marinade  

01:01:34,800 –> 01:01:42,900
uh yeah that kind of follows through with the idea 
of like like your suggestions that’s great you’re  

01:01:42,900 –> 01:01:49,380
a smart guy you’re a smart guy no my work here 
is in all right I feel like we’ve rambled on long  

01:01:49,380 –> 01:01:54,360
enough and has hopefully educated and entertained 
you guys for a little while here about sake

01:01:55,440 –> 01:02:01,560
um so we are going to promote people to panelists 
if you’d like to turn your camera on tell us what  

01:02:01,560 –> 01:02:06,660
you’re thinking on on mute yourself how to hang 
out with us if you don’t want to that’s okay um  

01:02:06,660 –> 01:02:12,660
you’re allowed to still hang out and listen in on 
the on the party um I’m gonna keep reading through  

01:02:12,660 –> 01:02:17,280
my pairing and serving figure not yourself of 
what you wrote a month ago um and if no one wants  

01:02:17,280 –> 01:02:25,740
to wants to promote the panelists then we can just 
let everyone enjoy getting things how do I do this

01:02:29,040 –> 01:02:33,900
oh yeah a clumsy of a dead fish like Walking Dead

01:02:36,420 –> 01:02:42,360
all right so you’ll get a little pop-up on 
your screen that says promote channels and  

01:02:42,360 –> 01:02:48,480
you can just accept it if you want to and 
you can decline it if you don’t yeah um

01:02:54,780 –> 01:02:59,100
hi there

01:03:00,120 –> 01:03:00,840
how you doing

01:03:03,480 –> 01:03:10,020
missing my better half this 
month so now for just tonight  

01:03:10,860 –> 01:03:20,220
um this month’s yeah yeah yeah so I’m not 
partaking I’m saving it especially since  

01:03:20,220 –> 01:03:24,540
you mentioned at the top like oh this isn’t 
going to keep and I was like yeah I got I got  

01:03:24,540 –> 01:03:29,520
to work tomorrow I can’t drink three bottles 
of sake by myself that’s bad and that’s very  

01:03:29,520 –> 01:03:34,800
thoughtful for you to hold on to that and you 
can sit down and watch through this with her  

01:03:34,800 –> 01:03:41,820
whenever or you can just tell her everything 
you learned and be the smart guy there you go

01:03:44,460 –> 01:03:51,240
Zach we have a we have a glue but we can’t 
tell you until next week or next month all  

01:03:51,240 –> 01:03:56,760
right well that just means I have to be there 
because it’s a rum related joke and I think  

01:03:56,760 –> 01:04:00,660
I think I think they’re gonna appreciate 
particularly yes so I’m just gonna leave  

01:04:00,660 –> 01:04:05,700
it at that participation we’re building it 
yeah I was like oh back there this month we  

01:04:05,700 –> 01:04:08,700
have to tell them the joke wait no 
next month it will be even funnier

01:04:09,720 –> 01:04:13,740
all right well now I have a month to think about  

01:04:13,740 –> 01:04:15,780
that that’s right that’s right 
yeah I think you can figure  

01:04:17,160 –> 01:04:24,420
that’d be hilarious figure out the joke before 
we ask you or tell you that would definitely  

01:04:26,340 –> 01:04:34,620
hi Bob hi Kristin hi hello everyone this is 
do you want to see what we found some sake

01:04:34,620 –> 01:04:40,380
yes Arizona sake great we’ve done that before 
remember we had that at a restaurant down in  

01:04:40,380 –> 01:04:46,680
Phoenix so this is made in Holbrook what kind of 
water do you think they have in Holbrook Arizona  

01:04:48,000 –> 01:04:54,060
that’s a great question but if they have 
water in Holbrook it’s probably from a  

01:04:54,060 –> 01:05:04,560
local Spring right I don’t know or a deep well 
yeah with arsenic in it well that’s encouraging

01:05:06,780 –> 01:05:13,200
no I’m sorry it was quite good and we we still are 
kind of losing we taste the melon and the bread  

01:05:13,200 –> 01:05:21,240
and uh I did taste that no it’s not on the coconut 
yeah no but that visual is fabulous the coconut is  

01:05:21,240 –> 01:05:29,160
definitely a lot more prevalent I feel like on 
the nigori sure yeah um we have another one but  

01:05:29,160 –> 01:05:35,940
we we figure we’re gonna save it for you with 
you what’s the other one and yeah they um yeah  

01:05:35,940 –> 01:05:39,720
it’s interesting he was saying you were joking 
we’re still kind of we said coffee is a funny  

01:05:39,720 –> 01:05:44,580
kind of little drunk you always you have a funny 
little clip about like it’s a it’s like I could  

01:05:44,580 –> 01:05:49,920
feel that happy drunk but uh no it’s a big deal in 
the house what is it what do you want to say it is  

01:05:51,000 –> 01:06:00,540
uh so I’ve equated um the buzz that you get from 
consuming sake to somewhere that is the mid ground  

01:06:00,540 –> 01:06:13,440
between wine and wine and the wine portion of it 
for me is a very like convivial conversational  

01:06:13,440 –> 01:06:25,000
friendly lovey embracing type of fine okay tequila 
is maybe let’s go flip over a car [Laughter]  

01:06:28,680 –> 01:06:34,920
of like two I feel like is where 
sake is kind of looks good for me

01:06:38,160 –> 01:06:41,880
turn it over but gently and then like take 
a picture of it and put it on Instagram  

01:06:42,540 –> 01:06:52,080
oh my goodness yeah yeah that’s wonderful that’s 
a really great all right get a little bit of like  

01:06:52,080 –> 01:07:05,520
crunchy like overly fun aggressiveness of tequila 
uh with that like exploratory convivialness of of  

01:07:05,520 –> 01:07:13,260
wine I don’t know it’s weird to think that 
the same you know chemical compounds ethanol

01:07:15,360 –> 01:07:19,740
through its various delivery 
mechanisms might cause people  

01:07:19,740 –> 01:07:23,280
to respond and drastically different ways yeah

01:07:23,280 –> 01:07:29,520
you know some people like oh I can’t drink your 
tea while the way I get drunk on that or I can’t  

01:07:29,520 –> 01:07:35,460
drink red wine or you know yeah Jagermeister 
wait I don’t know if there’s another one yeah  

01:07:37,440 –> 01:07:41,220
so this is a picture of Evan and Japan

01:07:46,560 –> 01:07:52,920
the stock age this is kind of a funny story 
so he went to Japan when was that 2018

01:07:56,940 –> 01:08:02,100
yeah we have it right here is Evan on 
the left hand I don’t have gray hair  

01:08:02,760 –> 01:08:09,780
oh okay you’re you’re across from him 
yeah yeah I thought he was passed out

01:08:12,300 –> 01:08:25,560
so yeah we went to this you know Stockade 
bar chasing space um the south of Kyoto  

01:08:26,520 –> 01:08:31,500
um which is I would say one of the top 
three places uh for sake production with  

01:08:31,500 –> 01:08:42,120
regards to uh the desirability of the 
water quality making fun of there uh and

01:08:43,020 –> 01:08:53,820
the tasting experience was absurd not mildly 
absurd it was absurd it was 40 40 like it was  

01:08:53,820 –> 01:09:00,120
literally like four by ten giant thing that they 
brought out all at once in front of all four  

01:09:00,120 –> 01:09:07,080
of us okay the 40 to care between four people 
you know oh we each had our own we had no idea

01:09:08,640 –> 01:09:21,120
yeah that’s how much it was presented to us and we 
went through and we did like text plus text minus  

01:09:21,120 –> 01:09:28,080
check kind of like gauging how much of each one of 
them we liked there was a few that ended up being  

01:09:28,080 –> 01:09:37,920
checked minus minus check plus plus um and then 
stupidly we wrote down the phonetic pronunciation  

01:09:38,700 –> 01:09:46,560
of each one of the ones that we liked instead of 
the Japanese kanji and then we went to the nearby  

01:09:46,560 –> 01:09:55,920
sake store to go to to buy the things that we like 
because they didn’t have a package license there  

01:09:55,920 –> 01:10:01,200
and instead of being able to just simply show 
them the kanji that says like I want this one  

01:10:01,860 –> 01:10:08,760
we had to say dimbaikudo no and they were like we 
don’t know what the hell you’re talking about yeah

01:10:11,220 –> 01:10:18,060
and like try to convey aesthetic translation 
of the copy that we just stupidly didn’t write  

01:10:18,060 –> 01:10:25,740
down we took a picture of the English phonetic 
translation but the big they couldn’t read it  

01:10:25,740 –> 01:10:34,560
of course and so that picture is me using Google 
Translate to try to say it in Japanese so that  

01:10:34,560 –> 01:10:40,080
it will show up at the kanji so that he can 
look at it and then go into the store and find  

01:10:40,080 –> 01:10:46,620
the bottle again if you actually got any bottles 
yeah oh you did I got like six it took two hours  

01:10:47,400 –> 01:10:55,440
they were so mad oh were they they were so mad 
he was laughing his ass off and taking pictures  

01:10:55,440 –> 01:11:03,000
of me and I was like you guys are gonna regret not 
getting bottles yourself they didn’t because that  

01:11:03,000 –> 01:11:10,500
is really that’s quite a that is quite a story 
that was a gift to Evan from Steve he framed  

01:11:10,500 –> 01:11:15,000
it and like got it because he’s like you’re a 
ridiculous human being you need to have the photo

01:11:16,080 –> 01:11:24,360
well then on the opposite end of the spectrum 
is the thing that’s behind me here this guy  

01:11:25,080 –> 01:11:31,740
beautiful you came home with you from Japan too 
sorry and that’s beautiful completely filled  

01:11:31,740 –> 01:11:37,200
with sake and came with a little spigot that 
you kind of put on there yep and it was the  

01:11:37,200 –> 01:11:44,160
word sake I’ve ever had well to be fair so he 
brought it home yeah it was like seven dollars  

01:11:44,160 –> 01:11:48,600
he brought it home and worth it and one of the 
reasons he bought it is because he went there  

01:11:48,600 –> 01:11:55,020
on a tea trip and it fit perfectly in his helmet 
so he was like great empty space of the helmet  

01:11:55,020 –> 01:12:01,080
this sits right in it I can bring it home done 
you know and so he brings this home and then  

01:12:01,080 –> 01:12:06,000
I think it’s that on our Lions Bridge as like 
this is a slate piece for like two years three  

01:12:06,000 –> 01:12:11,040
years yeah and we just kind of forgot that there 
was actually sake inside of it and so one night  

01:12:11,040 –> 01:12:16,440
Steve and his girlfriend came over and we were 
like you know what probably open this you were  

01:12:16,440 –> 01:12:22,140
there with him this has been here forever let’s 
open it because all this low quality socket to  

01:12:22,140 –> 01:12:26,400
begin with it’s been sitting on the top of a hot 
wine fridge and it was one of those things that  

01:12:26,400 –> 01:12:32,700
were like pouring it and drinking it and all 
kinds of like he makes each other like good I  

01:12:32,700 –> 01:12:37,560
think that’s interesting like you know we’re all 
kind of like a business and finally we’re like

01:12:37,560 –> 01:12:45,480
there’s a lot of ground when you say 
interesting yeah yeah that covers a  

01:12:45,480 –> 01:12:49,440
lot of ground yeah your girlfriend 
is like oh that’s an interesting

01:12:52,740 –> 01:12:58,320
um all right maybe 40 was an exaggeration but 
oh it does look like a lot there’s a picture  

01:12:58,320 –> 01:13:02,880
of you so that you can yeah can you remember you 
guys are responsible so like you’re not going to  

01:13:02,880 –> 01:13:06,300
finish all of them but can you imagine how many 
Americans go in there and are just like stop  

01:13:07,260 –> 01:13:12,540
Scott and drink all of them and walk out of 
there wasted 100. it’s still irresponsible  

01:13:14,280 –> 01:13:17,580
all right what do they do with 
the ones that aren’t finished  

01:13:18,840 –> 01:13:22,980
this is Staff drink them do they 
pour them in tomorrow’s uh collection

01:13:26,940 –> 01:13:30,360
you know I can’t imagine that 
they don’t do a sport out  

01:13:30,360 –> 01:13:38,340
yeah I don’t know what any kind of responsible 
like right right but what a waste yeah not no

01:13:42,180 –> 01:13:48,420
um so Suzanne is kind of finding the picture of uh

01:13:54,600 –> 01:13:59,220
yeah sidebar if y’all haven’t been to Japan

01:14:04,200 –> 01:14:11,520
like it’s the first time I’ve ever 
traveled someplace that Upon returning um

01:14:14,160 –> 01:14:15,120
I’m gonna back that up  

01:14:15,840 –> 01:14:22,440
the first time I traveled somewhere today 
I knew I would return after going there

01:14:25,380 –> 01:14:31,980
it only Italy thank you and you know I I 
feel like that was kind of a novel thing  

01:14:31,980 –> 01:14:39,000
for me to experience in traveling I had just 
kind of project mindset and a checklist it’s  

01:14:39,000 –> 01:14:46,500
like okay done get it get it and then 
Italy was like no I’m I’m going back

01:14:49,020 –> 01:14:56,160
and then when I came home from Japan I 
was like I would go back I would go back  

01:14:56,160 –> 01:15:01,440
tomorrow if I would get off the plane 
and then get on a plane and go back wow  

01:15:02,580 –> 01:15:10,500
and that was similarly revelatory 
but it’s like Bob um yeah

01:15:10,500 –> 01:15:21,420
I mean haven’t gotten the chance to go 
there it sounds amazing everyone keeps  

01:15:21,420 –> 01:15:23,880
talking about it and I think 
one of the biggest sells was  

01:15:24,720 –> 01:15:31,500
uh Anthony Bourdain’s Parts Unknown now 
mostly just based around Tokyo but that is  

01:15:32,100 –> 01:15:42,480
an excellent episode of Television oh yeah oh 
yeah we made a lot of experts yeah yeah the fair  

01:15:42,480 –> 01:15:47,640
fair point I think that was the only time that a 
celebrity death has actually positive with that  

01:15:48,300 –> 01:15:52,560
when the day that we found out we died we 
actually went and got running because we  

01:15:52,560 –> 01:16:01,980
were like yeah Ramen and move on we did a thing 
because we died you guys which is rare yeah I was  

01:16:01,980 –> 01:16:07,560
a little bit I cried so what you did something 
that’s right yeah I was I was a little bit like  

01:16:09,480 –> 01:16:20,340
are founded with David Bowie but I just love his 
music to like a crazy degree but the way that  

01:16:20,340 –> 01:16:29,460
Anthony Bourdain talked about food and drink 
yeah uh made me feel like we were experience

01:16:30,780 –> 01:16:35,640
it may be we saw the one in Columbia 
where he fell off of his quad  

01:16:36,600 –> 01:16:41,280
but I remember that one oh my God what a harsh

01:16:44,640 –> 01:16:51,660
and the fact that he tried to make Colombian 
Foods sound like it was tasty was really  

01:16:52,500 –> 01:17:01,920
completely shocking that he he could imagine 
not new 80 180 degrees from our experience  

01:17:01,920 –> 01:17:10,500
well you needed to follow his recommendations 
apparently yeah he didn’t fall off the quad no  

01:17:10,500 –> 01:17:17,580
he but the food looked exactly the same 
I have to tell you what do we call it D  

01:17:18,420 –> 01:17:26,760
um it was all decompressed what’s it called 
deconstructed yeah all all the food was what  

01:17:26,760 –> 01:17:34,680
we call deconstructed like the soup well it 
was all big chunks of things and you had to  

01:17:34,680 –> 01:17:41,760
wait yeah you had to take care of everything 
yourself you need a paring knife a sword

01:17:46,860 –> 01:17:50,400
so we went to Italian 
restaurants whenever we could

01:17:52,500 –> 01:17:55,020
oh yeah that’s a great idea yeah yeah  

01:17:56,280 –> 01:18:02,340
some of these countries I feel like Central 
America and South America and general are a  

01:18:02,340 –> 01:18:08,160
little like garbage lots of potatoes and beans 
and like you know it’s fine but there’s not a  

01:18:08,160 –> 01:18:18,120
lot of like interesting unique cultural kind of 
stages only Mexico yeah yeah Argentina Argentina  

01:18:18,120 –> 01:18:24,480
is pretty phenomenal but again it’s like steak and 
like potatoes and nothing all that cheesecake and  

01:18:24,480 –> 01:18:30,600
potatoes yeah it’s not very good every day it’s 
not original right and it’s delicious steak and  

01:18:30,600 –> 01:18:35,340
they’re mild I’m convinced that they keep all 
their good and all that for themselves and like  

01:18:35,340 –> 01:18:43,140
oh interesting yeah and it’s like ten dollars 
a bottle for like amazing now that’s fair and  

01:18:43,140 –> 01:18:47,040
like you know there’s good mail back here but 
there is like like anything that’s so good  

01:18:48,000 –> 01:18:54,120
yeah I want to go back that sounds like 
some of the wines in Italy then yeah

01:18:55,020 –> 01:19:03,000
that was pretty neat to hear that that you could 
get right back on the plane to go to Japan wow  

01:19:03,840 –> 01:19:08,700
yeah it was that’s neat because it was 
a really amazing like we landed in the  

01:19:08,700 –> 01:19:17,700
international terminal at SFO and I was like 
is there a flight departing for Japan but he  

01:19:17,700 –> 01:19:25,080
still hasn’t brought me there so oh yeah 
you have to earn a living snowboarding I  

01:19:25,080 –> 01:19:29,400
don’t want to go with snowboarding I want to 
go eating eating and drinking and exploring

01:19:31,980 –> 01:19:38,340
but I also haven’t taken the same yet so I think 
that has to be first if you’ve talked about it yes

01:19:47,640 –> 01:19:58,440
snowboard over there that’s why we went oh my 
gosh here snowboard ski I’m originally Southern  

01:19:58,440 –> 01:20:06,720
so like I’ve only recently discovered this and 
so um sidebar my first time like getting back  

01:20:06,720 –> 01:20:11,460
into skiing uh because I did it when I was a 
boy scout and then never did it again because  

01:20:11,460 –> 01:20:18,840
my family my dad didn’t like it and then tried it 
again like 2 000 no the next time I went skiing  

01:20:18,840 –> 01:20:24,600
was 2020 February I was like I’m gonna do this I’m 
gonna get an end of year pass on my local mountain

01:20:25,920 –> 01:20:34,140
uh and then I did it again this past 
winter in uh 2022 and found out I had  

01:20:34,140 –> 01:20:38,280
to have knee surgery for something 
completely unrelated so I’ve not had  

01:20:38,280 –> 01:20:47,280
the best of luck but I am trying so hard 
to get out on mountains more what um yeah

01:20:48,120 –> 01:20:51,300
um loon in Wachusett mostly would choose it yeah

01:20:54,480 –> 01:21:02,760
easy to get to not crazy hard yeah yeah the weird 
thing when I was younger like I went skiing a few  

01:21:02,760 –> 01:21:07,380
times when I was kind of young but then like I 
don’t know it’s an expensive Sport and my parents  

01:21:07,380 –> 01:21:11,640
didn’t see me and so they weren’t really and so 
they were just like you know so I never really  

01:21:11,640 –> 01:21:17,220
got into it and then I did the same thing like in 
my like early 30s I went a couple of times they’ve  

01:21:17,220 –> 01:21:23,940
been there out there in California but then at 
that point I was like bald and like didn’t want to  

01:21:23,940 –> 01:21:30,540
get hurt it hurts and I was like I feel like this 
is a sport you need to learn when you’re younger  

01:21:30,540 –> 01:21:35,820
and fearless and then you can really enjoy it but 
it’s harder to like get into when you’re older

01:21:35,820 –> 01:21:45,960
but I do enjoy it we go cross-country skiing 
here in Arizona actually they think it’s up  

01:21:45,960 –> 01:21:51,060
to there’s a mountain and it’s so weird 
because it’ll be like you know 65 down  

01:21:51,060 –> 01:21:56,100
here and we’ll go to the top of mountain and 
go cross country skiing and this is fun all  

01:21:56,100 –> 01:22:00,900
right I have the ability to care now all right 
so there’s some talk so listen to Fan pictures  

01:22:02,520 –> 01:22:10,260
you have to learn to ski when you can still 
bounce yeah yeah and when you’re going around  

01:22:10,260 –> 01:22:15,480
yeah right when you’ve Fallen you’re only a foot 
and a half off the ground yeah if you click your  

01:22:15,480 –> 01:22:19,440
knee it’s not gonna like paralygament it’s 
kind of like bring back no big deal yeah

01:22:22,260 –> 01:22:29,100
um all right yeah

01:22:32,220 –> 01:22:35,280
that one

01:22:39,600 –> 01:22:48,960
I wanted to paint that yeah so that’s kind of 
like sake each one of us it’s not 40 but a lot  

01:22:48,960 –> 01:22:53,160
yeah what is that three by 
eight so eighteen that’s crazy

01:22:53,760 –> 01:23:02,040
4018 what the hell yeah same thing I 
mean magnitude of order right it feels  

01:23:02,040 –> 01:23:05,940
like 40 minutes yeah it looks 
like it that’s my recognition

01:23:05,940 –> 01:23:17,460
and that’s actually a fun science of this well 
with that picture I love yeah I’ll talk about  

01:23:17,460 –> 01:23:22,020
that in a second these are the mokotti 
where they were talking about earlier  

01:23:22,020 –> 01:23:29,520
you know abundance overflowing and you 
can just drink right out of the served in  

01:23:30,960 –> 01:23:37,680
um so he did he did yeah this is quite fun  

01:23:39,480 –> 01:23:46,680
um what this is is so where we went skiing 
were in the mountains around Nagano uh where  

01:23:46,680 –> 01:23:52,440
the Olympics were in 1998 and there’s a lot 
of natural Hot Springs there which is really  

01:23:52,440 –> 01:23:59,400
nice after a long day of seeing to go and sit 
in the Japanese Clemson or republican like uh

01:23:59,400 –> 01:24:09,600
yeah but um and this is essentially right 
outside kind of like a 7-Eleven right like  

01:24:09,600 –> 01:24:14,520
it’s a little like precisely a little 
convenience store and out in front of it  

01:24:15,060 –> 01:24:20,940
there’s this hot water bath 
and these are all things

01:24:21,660 –> 01:24:35,040
and then there’s some salt and vinegar chili oil 
above it 50 yen into the little things up here  

01:24:35,040 –> 01:24:43,080
on the top uh and that’s a canister and you can 
see the shelves there and you just uh and then  

01:24:43,080 –> 01:24:47,460
you just dark that down and you’re as you’re 
walking down the street it’s like measuring  

01:24:47,460 –> 01:24:52,560
I like like eggs are one of my favorite foods and 
like I would say if I was branded on the deserted  

01:24:52,560 –> 01:24:55,860
island and I could only Jordan once doing it 
would be an egg because like I can like make  

01:24:55,860 –> 01:25:00,720
eggs with a million things I’m like oh my God 
there’s a hot spring soft-boiled egg like that  

01:25:00,720 –> 01:25:04,620
I can just walk by and not even interact with 
anyone and just like grab it eat it something

01:25:05,640 –> 01:25:14,520
this is just a small collection of thousands and  

01:25:14,520 –> 01:25:23,880
thousands of gallons of sake that were 
concentrated after ever maybe dead um

01:25:23,880 –> 01:25:38,880
funeral fire if you will um 
similar uh no no I didn’t know

01:25:41,400 –> 01:25:50,160
um similarly you did this with a lot 
of so Emperor maybe was one of the  

01:25:50,160 –> 01:25:57,180
um Emperors that had a really uh strong 
connection to the Western World and  

01:25:58,500 –> 01:26:12,540
um these are all barrels of wine exceedingly crazy 
expenses barrels of Monterey and uh both romanine  

01:26:13,380 –> 01:26:22,800
um individual bottles from this Barrel 
that contains roughly uh 600 applications  

01:26:22,800 –> 01:26:31,440
no pastry indications 12 volts per case um five 
thousand dollars a bottle four thousand dollars

01:26:31,440 –> 01:26:45,780
and he was instrumental in connecting to 
instrumental in connecting Japan to the  

01:26:45,780 –> 01:26:55,500
Western World specifically during his time and uh 
bringing the best uh those worlds that Japan had  

01:26:55,500 –> 01:27:03,240
really not been connected to uh into their Soldier 
there and then Japan did what Japan does which  

01:27:03,240 –> 01:27:17,760
would take everything that they come in contact 
with and make it fast make it better yeah is

01:27:18,600 –> 01:27:26,700
yeah like this one right here photo lambre 
crew Maury found Denis an individual quality  

01:27:26,700 –> 01:27:38,160
of that at release probably only eight 
hundred dollars um and in 10 years 4 000.

01:27:40,560 –> 01:27:45,120
and at what point is it not drinkable 
I mean these are all not drinkable now

01:27:46,560 –> 01:27:56,100
uh Edward maybe was like I think we 
passed away in the United States okay

01:27:56,100 –> 01:28:12,300
uh what else is really fun there oh the 
snow monkeys oh yes I remember this yeah  

01:28:13,920 –> 01:28:22,020
these guys were that was amazing is this 
on Hokkaido yeah outside of Hokkaido yeah  

01:28:22,740 –> 01:28:30,540
we were like in the hot springs right oh yeah 
yeah they are stupid but are they in the same  

01:28:30,540 –> 01:28:37,380
hot spring that you’re going into oh God no 
okay oh God no why like I wish that would be  

01:28:37,380 –> 01:28:43,560
awesome but also seem kind of terrifying yeah I 
pray I run your ass right out of there oh yeah

01:28:51,420 –> 01:28:54,900
no they’re not indoors but they’re also not

01:28:57,780 –> 01:29:00,120
they’re in a town  

01:29:00,960 –> 01:29:06,540
and so like the hot spring is bubbling up and 
then they just like capture it continues that  

01:29:06,540 –> 01:29:11,460
are like they’re not right I wasn’t allowed to 
take pictures there because you’re all naked

01:29:14,100 –> 01:29:15,180
bear bear

01:29:17,820 –> 01:29:23,640
um okay so if you want to go this 
game look at this expansiveness wow

01:29:25,620 –> 01:29:33,480
so the heat conditions there were as follows we 
would wake up every morning and there would have  

01:29:33,480 –> 01:29:41,040
been somewhere in the neighborhood of beautiful 
three in business of espresso babies lose guys  

01:29:42,240 –> 01:29:50,760
um no wind and you just go out there and stomp and 
rocks through champagne powder and then around 2  

01:29:50,760 –> 01:29:58,800
to 3 P.M right around the time you’re getting 
fired um they would uh you would see the crowd  

01:29:58,800 –> 01:30:04,860
growing in and you’d go home and then you would 
do it all over again and there was nobody on the  

01:30:04,860 –> 01:30:11,580
mountain the tickets were like fifty dollars to 
forty dollars and the Outfitter that we went with  

01:30:12,480 –> 01:30:18,060
left us at lunch time to go to 
scout the surrounding resorts  

01:30:18,780 –> 01:30:22,320
to see where we’d want to go to the next thing wow  

01:30:24,240 –> 01:30:30,060
it was not really a popular game that’s amazing 
I don’t know why yeah it makes no sense yeah

01:30:34,320 –> 01:30:38,520
no that looks wonderful and 
I mean being over here and  

01:30:39,360 –> 01:30:43,500
East Coast ice Coast I have no idea 
what champagne powder really even is

01:30:46,020 –> 01:30:46,260

01:30:46,260 –> 01:30:58,680
I had a problem one time where I actually got 
super lucky we had like a crazy snowstorm the  

01:30:58,680 –> 01:31:04,980
like the day before not really the night before so 
it wasn’t completely fresh but I went a little bit  

01:31:04,980 –> 01:31:10,380
to the side of the trail by accident because I was 
skiing a little bit above my level and one of my  

01:31:10,380 –> 01:31:16,680
skis hit I don’t know if it was champagne powder 
but it was light fluffy pretty much untouched and  

01:31:16,680 –> 01:31:22,020
uh immediately the first thing that popped into 
my head was that dial tone and when you can’t  

01:31:22,020 –> 01:31:28,500
reach someone the doo doo doo because I was 
like that foot isn’t there anymore I’m gonna  

01:31:28,500 –> 01:31:35,520
have to compensate I didn’t fall somehow but it 
was definitely like I’ve never felt that before  

01:31:35,520 –> 01:31:42,300
I didn’t know what that was like and then having 
one ski on kind of packed powder versus loose was  

01:31:43,380 –> 01:31:48,120
a bit of a trip ooh that that didn’t 
look good though so I went off the  

01:31:48,120 –> 01:31:52,920
following one of my the Patriots and 
I did that to his arm with myself

01:32:04,440 –> 01:32:22,320
this is right as we were leaving wow wow

01:32:23,160 –> 01:32:36,960
with that lets you know build up on everybody 
that’s true it was yeah anyway um I’m gonna stop  

01:32:38,880 –> 01:32:44,760
uh submitting you all to my making us 
all a lot of them my memories because  

01:32:44,760 –> 01:32:50,700
now I want to go to Japan myself yeah well 
we haven’t had an international Chris since  

01:32:50,700 –> 01:32:55,980
covid it’s about that time it would be funny 
if my first International trips after covid  

01:32:55,980 –> 01:33:04,860
was my first it was a last international 
trip before so yeah I was Vietnam exactly

01:33:07,680 –> 01:33:14,700
let’s do another little tear and 
say I don’t know what’s arrows Noir

01:33:18,300 –> 01:33:27,060
you don’t know how to say goodbye I don’t know 
how like just because I was there anyway and  

01:33:27,060 –> 01:33:37,500
it was Hello Goodbye please excuse me where’s the 
bathroom I only knows cheers to learn Evan’s like  

01:33:37,500 –> 01:33:42,840
all that I need to know is here I don’t even know 
where the bathroom is in any language all right

01:33:43,980 –> 01:34:00,120
when you open it up thank you let us know what 
to think and let us know what which one’s your  

01:34:00,120 –> 01:34:09,720
favorite and uh also Joey itakimasuan Ashi master 
I think it means like good morning or something

01:34:25,800 –> 01:34:32,940
I like it well cheers everyone thank you for 
joining us for another lovely discount party  

01:34:32,940 –> 01:34:38,700
we hope you enjoyed your hit next month 
is ramen cocktails because it’s summertime  

01:34:38,700 –> 01:34:44,820
and what’s summertime without some Ramen 
and I believe August yeah August is well

01:34:45,900 –> 01:35:08,760
we’ll have a sweet party thank you 
cheers everyone good night good night

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