Alcoholic sake butter appears in Japan

Originally published on Sora News by Casey Baseel

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I can’t believe it’s not Nihonshu?

Butter already does a pretty good job of talking us into slathering it on every edible surface that we can. Japan’s Canoble brand is always looking for ways to make it even more delicious, though, and their latest is an especially Japanese one: sake butter.

Released earlier this month, Degustation Ginka Sake is a collaborative creation between Canoble and a group of celebrated brewers of sake, or Nihonshu, as Japan’s representative alcohol is called in Japanese. And yes, the butter is alcoholic, with an alcohol content of 3.2 percent, so it’s

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