Newsletter: Nov 30th, 2012

Dec 1, 2012

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Last week’s tasting room Grand Opening was a great success and we appreciate all who came out to share the experience with us. We look forward to seeing you all at our Tasting Room a Saturday coming soon.

This weekend we will have a vertical tasting available for those visiting our Tasting Room. As you may already know, we name our batches after the Texas Governors, starting with the Spanish Governors of the 17th century, its a great opportunity to taste them all this weekend. Read on below.

Free Tasting in East Austin
Today! (Friday) Nov. 30   4-8p
East End Wines, 1209 Rosewood Avenue
Today we’ll be offering free tastings of our saké at East End Wines—a wonderfully well-stocked shop with shelves full of great gifts. Not only can you try our Whooping Crane and Rising Star from the Terán de los Rios batch, but our newest star, Tumbleweed Bone Dry, will be available! Tumbleweed is a pleasantly crisp, extra dry version of our Whooping Crane.
Taste the Governors at our Tasting Room
Saturday, Nov. 24   2:30-7p
Texas Saké Kura, 5501 N Lamar Blvd (We are in the back)

Have you ever wanted to compare our batches of saké? Now is your chance! This Saturday we will be offering vertical tastings of our Terán de los Rios, Salinas Varona, and Francisco Cuervo y Valdéz batches. Not only will you get the unique chance to see firsthand how saké ages, but you can also compare our Yamahai Francisco, our first batch made with wild yeast, to our previous batches. Supplies are limited, so first come, first serve! Make your reservations here.
New Locations to Find Texas Saké!
We are happy to announce that you can now find Texas Saké at:
See ya soon! Kanpai y’all!