Serve it in white wine glasses. “The little cups are great, but if you pour sake into a white wine glass, you’ll have the best opportunity to experience all of its aromas,” says Koenig.
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Drink sake when it’s young. “Sake is more volatile than wine because it’s brewed, like beer,” says Koenig. “Its active enzymes will degrade over time. In general, you want to drink it within a year—check the date on the bottle.”