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Current events + our random ramblings on wine, sake and the lovely cities we call home.

Current events + our random ramblings on wine, sake and the lovely cities we call home.

Current events + our random ramblings on wine, sake and the lovely cities we call home.

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Posts Tagged ‘Sake Dinner’

Signs Of Spring | That’s Life Gourmet Vancouver Events

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Talk about a flavourful and fun time at our event, Signs Of Spring with Royal Dinette. Chef Eva Chin emulated her springtime memories through an 8-course meal where each dish was paired with a sake and non-sake beverage. It was an evening that took us through not only the essence of the season but an […]

Yuki Guni Dinner at YUWA Japanese Cuisine | Vancouver Events

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On January 21st, we held a wonderful collaboration dinner with YUWA Japanese Cuisine – introducing the “Snow Country” producers of sakes of Japan: Kodama Brewery – Taiheizan, Hakkaisan Brewery and Namino Oto Brewery. Sakes were paired with a traditional kaiseki dinner; a delicious eight course menu. We tasted umami flavours like sea urchin with wagyu […]

A Royal Sake Feast | April 15, 2015

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On Wednesday, April 15th, That’s Life hosted the 4th annual Royal Sake Feast at Dynasty Seafood Restaurant. Over 140 guests were in attendance to enjoy an evening of premium sakes from all over Japan and a decadent Chinese feast. Chef Sam Leung pulled out all the stops with a special menu, which included sake marinated […]

Kuheiji At Burdock & Co. | Sake Dinner Series

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   A revolutionary sake with 367 years in the making, Kuheiji takes cues from Burgundian wine makers, shaking up the sake world with new ideas of rice vintages and bottle aging. A divine harmony between the dishes of Chef Andrea Carlson from Burdock & Co. and Kuheiji sakes, highlighted the versatility and finesse of these sakes. […]