Noguchi Naohiko Sake Institute Dinner presented by Tengu Sake – 27th May

We are delighted to announce our next British Sake Association event: a dinner featuring the incredible sake of the Noguchi Naohiko Sake Institute.

Photo courtesy of Noguchi Naohiko Sake Institute and Tengu Sake

The Institute’s toji is legendary Master Brewer Noguchi Naohiko, who has been making sake for 73 years and is known as “the God of sake brewing”. The brewery was established in 2017 to help pass on Noguchi-Toji’s skill, spirit and sake philosophy to a new generation of brewers. Noguchi-Toji’s style is for richer, full-bodied brews: he specialises in nama-jukusei (intentionally aged unpasteurised sake), often coupled with the yamahai brewing technique. Oliver Hilton-Johnson of Tengu Sake is the exclusive UK importer for the Noguchi Institute’s sake, and will join us on the night to introduce these special bottles.

Friday 27th May
6:30pm – 9:00 pm
Place: Lacaster Hall, St Mary’s Church, Putney SW15 1SN 
Cost: £65 to BSA members
 £85 to non-members and guests

Please bring your own ochoko if possible.

VERY limited tickets available, book ASAP if you want to join us!

To book: email events@britishsakeassociation.org and we will issue you a Paypal invoice 

This event will be a fabulous chance to enjoy these premium, rare sakes with a gourmet menu prepared by Chef Issa Cissokho at Putney Pantry.  Chef Issa has over 20 years of experience working in top kitchens in the UK and Europe, including the Fat Duck, and was sous chef for Anthony Worral Thompson. 

We look forward to seeing you at this event.

Thank you for supporting the British Sake Association.

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