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America's First Sake Podcast. Power to the Sake People! Join your hosts sake otaku John Puma and sake samurai Timothy Sullivan as they explore the world of Japanese Sake. This podcast will help you know where to get started with sake. Every week, we'll teach you something new about sake in a fun and easy to understand segment, we call the "Sake Education Corner". It wouldn't be a sake podcast with... more

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Episode 169. This week, we are returning to our series on sake vessels, but this time looking at sake serviceware in particular.  We're focusing in on the Tokkuri, the workhorse carafe used for sake service across the world.  Tokkuri carafes can be u... more

2 days ago

Episode 168. We are off to explore the sake scene in another region of Japan! This time it is beautiful Oita Prefecture!  As we don't know much about Oita, despite there being 33 sake breweries there, we needed to phone-a-friend.  Luckily for us, our... more

24 days ago

Episode 167. If we think about sake, usually an image of a glass bottle pops to mind.  But if we scratch the surface and investigate a bit more the way that sake is packaged and shipped, there is a world of variety out there you may not have consider... more

2 months ago

Episode 166. If we think about sake, usually an image of a glass bottle pops to mind.  But if we scratch the surface of exploring how sake is packaged and shipped, there is a world of variety out there you may not have considered! This leads us to ou... more

2 months ago


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5.0 out of 5 stars from 125 ratings
  • Kanpai from Hong Kong!

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    Hong Konga year ago
  • Late to the Party

    These podcasts are excellent and on point! As someone living and working in the sake industry in Japan, I’m impressed with the depth and accuracy of the current sake trends/info being broadcast from abroad. Well done! I can’t believe it took me this long to discover….better late than never.

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    Craft Sake Shoten
    United Statesa year ago
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    Russia2 years ago
  • Demystifying sake the fun way

    I’m not a huge podcast fan but I love Sake Revolution. Sake is mysterious; Timothy and John are on a mission to lower the bar to entry for all of us. What is it? How do I drink it? What should I drink it from? What does it taste like? These are questions they answer and more. With guest interviews and deep dives into products this is a fun way to learn about sake. Build your appreciation of sake and enjoy the sound of sake being poured into a glass.

    Russell King
    United States2 years ago
  • Well Done!

    I learned of this great podcast after they had already done over 80 episodes, so I’m trying to catch up. I love learning about sake and these guys are real sake evangelists. I’ve listened to 38 episodes, starting with no. 1, and I can say that Timothy Sullivan and John Puma are doing a great job. They are knowledgeable and entertaining and have a good rapport. Their guests have been interesting and engaging, especially John’s wife. I especially like the Sake Education Corner (wish they woul... more

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    United States2 years ago

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