Beginning in September, I began the Sake Service Institute's International Kikisake-shi correspondence course. I finished the course, passed, and am now a certified International Kikisake-shi! So let's talk about that process and what it actually means. The course is set up to require at least three months, despite the fact that all the materials including... Continue Reading →
Card Carrying Sake Navigator!
So here it is, proof that I can sit and listen to comedians talk about sake for 3 hours! I joke, but I'm glad I did it, and this is going to get me discounts on all kinds of events, books and other certifications, so rock on. Plus, you know, it sounds really official. Jim... Continue Reading →