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Sake is a staple of Japanese dining culture dating back to 712 AD. The unique brewing process places Sake in a category-defying arena of (potent) historic novelty. The mystique of the beverage lies in authenticity maintained in production and traditional etiquette. We spoke to Tara Fougner, Director of Marketing at TY KU Sake & Spirits, and got the rundown on essential facts and formalities to best honor the sacred Sake experience. 

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