Sake, also spelled saké (also referred to as Japanese rice wine), is an alcoholic drink produced by fermenting rice that has been polished to remove the bran.

Sake is a mildly sweet, pure tasting drink with a well-balanced mixt of astringent and savory flavor. It has a nutty, fruity aroma less pronounced than that of wine. Sake is light in colour, is noncarbonated, has a sweet flavour, and contains approximately 14 to 16 percent alcohol.

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Sake bomb
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Sake bomb

The sake bomb or sake bomber is a beer cocktail obtained by pouring sake into a shot glass and dropping it into a glass of beer. It is also believed that the cocktail recipe was actually invented by American soldiers who were occupying Japan after World War II, and that is the reason why the cocktail is much more popular in America than it is in Japan.