December 2004

NEW YEAR'S EVE & NEW YEAR' DAY - "Don't pop that cork!"

Posted by admin in 2004, December, Newsletter

Sake is very much a part of New Year's Day celebrations. Historically sake was offered to the gods for good luck and good fortune, and this continues to this day. Families will include sake in their New Year's Day celebration for well-being and life appreciation. It is and will continue to be passed along as an honored tradition, which even allows for the children to get a taste of the nectar of the gods. Some families open the bottle New Year's Eve partake a little bit and then steep the remainder in herbs and serve warmed on New Year's Day. In the American context, sake should very much be part of your celebration plans - especially those who loathe the dreaded champagne hangover. Why not toast to the season with sparkling sake, or let your cup runneth over with your favorite nigori? Call the store (415.355.9555) and let our True Sake Team explain to you which sakes would make your typical New Year's celebration one to remember!

Choose Your Sake by Category

Fresh Off The Press

Blog Search

Fresh Off The Press

Search True Blog

SF Store Info


Phone No: (415) 355-9555

Monday - Friday: 12pm - 5pm


Sake Delivered
to Your Door!

We cannot ship to the following states: ND, NH, UT, MS, AL, VT, KY, SD.

Have a question about shipping?
Call us at 415-355-9555 for details and alternatives.

Have a question about sake?

Contact us here to let us know how we can help!