The infused sake is a tasty and exciting way to serve sake. Lemon peels and fresh thyme give a comfort flavor to the sake: I love to propose this drink well cold during my gatherings with friends and family! The Zens Sober Decanter is perfect to serve my infused sake: its two separate sections permit to keep the infuse perfectly cold for a long time!
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ORIGIN OF SAKE
COCKTAILS AND INFUSES
LEMON AND THYME INFUSED SAKE RECIPE
LEMON AND THYME
SERVING INFUSED SAKE
- 1 bottle (750 ml) sake
- 4 organic lemons
- 1 bunch (10 g) fresh thyme
- LEMON AND THYME
First of all, peel 4 organic lemons: you want just the yellow part, the white part would ruin the taste of the infuse.
Now, pour the lemon peels into a pot, along with the fresh thyme and very cold sake.
At this point, place the pot over low heat and let the sake reach the 150° F (65° C) slowly.
Finally, place the pot far from the flame and let the infuse reach room temperature.
Then, pour the Infuse into a jar along with the lemon and thyme, close with a lid and store into the fridge 3 days before serving.
- SERVING INFUSED SAKE
To serve my lemon and thyme infused sake, I choose the Sober Sake Set produced by Zens. The bottle of this lovely set is perfect to keep the drink cold and pure, without any trace of water: the bottle is also a decanter with a separate space for the iced water!