Soul of Sake – Lounge and Learn
Friday, May 15 at 9:00 p.m.
Sake Discoveries presents another virtual Soul of Sake: Lounge and Learn experience!
Miss Sake USA Jessica Joly will host this deep dive into the roots of Japanese sake alongside some old school American soul.
This will be Joly’s sixth virtual Soul of Sake. Her guest will be Timothy Sullivan, a Sake Samurai, Hakkaisan Brand Ambassador, founder of UrbanSake.com, founding president of the American Sake Association, and the co-host of the new podcast Sake Revolution.
Have some fun and gain some knowledge with Joly and Sullivan. Drink sake with them as they talk about tasting and profile and answer your questions.
Friday’s Featured Sake:
Hakkaisan Junmai Ginjo
Hakkaisan Yukimuro (Snow Aged)
These Lounge and Learn sessions on Zoom take the place Joly’s regular, physical Monday night happy hour gig at SakaMai in the Lower East Side, which is on hold during the COVID-19 pandemic.
If you don’t want to drink, no problem! Join for the knowledge and the fun. Don’t miss the best sake happy hour around! Pull up a seat, and get ready for Soul of Sake – Lounge & Learn.
How to Register
Fill out this Google Doc: https://forms.gle/XLXiQEWz1We2DfyV6
Be sure to indicate which evenings you will attend.
Send Joly $20 via Venmo @JETJOLY
100% of the profits will be donated to SakaMai to make meals for the local first responders in downtown Manhattan.
Once Joly receives the registration form and funds, she will send participants a confirmation e-mail with the Zoom Meeting Link.
Sake is not included in the pricing and is optional for participation, but it is recommended if you would like to follow along during the tasting notes. To purchase sake in New York City, please refer to this list of liquor stores and online apps.
Next Week’s Event
May 22 at 9:00 p.m. – TATENOKAWA
Tatenokawa Phoenix Junmai Daiginjo
Tatenokawa Phoenix Sparkling
Links to information on coronavirus:
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