Sake Matsuri 2018 Masterclass: How to become a Sake expert in 45 mins


Sake Matsuri 2018 Masterclass Series
13:45 - 14:30 How to become a Sake expert in 45 mins

Become a sake expert quickly through this sake 101 masterclass. Learn how to drink and pair sake, as well as understand the differences between sake grades through tasting of various sakes. Conducted by Micky Chan, “Certified Sake Sommelier” (SSA), “kikisake-shi” (SSI) and WSET® L3 Award in Sake certificates, “WSET®Diploma in Wines and Spirits”, “Certified WSET® Educator”, “Certified Specialist of Wine” (CSW) and “Certified Sommelier” (CMS) certificate.

$15 per ticket*

Mr. Micky Chan is deeply involved in Wine and Sake circles as educator, writer, international judge and consultant. He is the co-founder of Hong Kong Wine Academy “Umai” magazine and hosts his Facebook and Blog – www.mickychan.com, which is focused on F&B. He also delivers courses and trainings in Hong Kong, Macau, Taiwan and Mainland China. Micky actively participates in various international competitions as a judge. Some of these include the International Wine & Spirit Competition (IWSC), International Wine Challenge (IWC), Berlin Wine Trophy & Asia Wine Trophy, in addition to judging a few thousand bottles of wine and Sake a year. Micky was the second non-Japanese to be conferred the title of “Sake Samurai” and this was a recognition of his contributions and achievements in Sake.

This masterclass will be conducted at Temple Cellars (UE Square, #01-12) and is limited to only 25 slots.

Sake Matsuri 2018 Masterclass Series is held alongside Sake Matsuri Singapore. Get to try over 250 sakes from more than 80 represented Japanese sake breweries right here in Singapore! Tickets are on sale now at $35 (early bird) or $45.

Tickets are on sale at www.sakematsuri.sg and www.facebook.com/sakematsurisg
*Masterclass tickets are separate from event entry tickets.

Sat Sep 29, 2018
1:45 PM - 2:30 PM SGT
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Venue Address
#01-12, 81 Clemenceau Avenue Singapore
Temple Cellars