Rice wine by John Spottiswood.

Technically, this should be called "rice beer," since it's fermented from a grain rather than a fruit. The Japanese produce two kinds of rice wines: sake, a dry wine that is used for drinking and cooking, and mirin, a sweet wine which is used just for cooking. Chinese cooks use a product similar to sake, called Shaoxing wine.

Average 0/5

0 votes

click hearts to rate
0 reviews

Also known as

  • Sake
  • Saké
  • Saki


Shaoxing wine (not as smooth and sweet) OR vermouth (dry) OR white wine OR sherry (dry)

Leave a review or comment

  • Current rating: 0
click hearts to rate