Tippsy Happy Hour Set

<strong>Tippsy Happy Hour Set</strong>

Today I am partnering with Tippsy with a happy hour set.

Go to Tippsy Website to get your own Happy Hour Set!



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We all deserve happy hour after a long hectic day with Sake and foods that you can prepare quickly and ahead of time.

The Happy Hour Set comes with two different flavor profile that makes you HAPPY!

And I will give you a special discount for you to try the special Sake.


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You will find tasting cards that provide all the information about that Sake and the Tippsy newsletter, which is packed with deep-dive information for Sake lovers.

Tippsy is the largest subscription service for Japanese Sake.
And that providing not only sake but also Japanese culture and experiences around sake.


It is from the Uonuma region of Niigata prefecture; we All know the area produces the best quality rice.

It is located at the foot of the Hakkaisan mountains;

the clean and cold snowmelt water grows the best quality rice. And this Hakkaisan Tokubetsu Junmai is made of THE MOST high-quality in Japan, rice clean cold snowmelt water.

That should be lovely premium Sake.

It has a very light mouth feel that I have never had and a dry and clean taste. So smooth and finish with a refreshing aftertaste.

I am a person who loves cakes and chocolate, but when it comes to Sake, I love a dry and clean taste.

I made broccoli and ramen egg salad for Hakkaisan.
The rich egg yolk And dry and light Sake complement each other.

It goes so well with Hakkasan.
If you make a head of Ramen egg and boiled broccoli, healthy and nutritious food are ready in a minute.

And I found the chocolate cake and fruit go so well with Hakkaisan.

Rich and dense semi-sweet chocolate cake that melts in your mouth, it’s going to create a new aroma when you have a sip of Hakkaisan Sake. Heavenly Good!

And here is the bonus recipe, Sliced dried persimmon, but you can use apricot or fig sandwich cream cheese and cut it into small pieces.
And you were going to have a very luxurious happy hour With your friends and families over the conversation.

Chouryo Yoshinosugi no Taru Sake(長龍 吉野杉の樽酒)

This Sake is from Nara prefecture, where I live, so it’s my local Sake.

Yoshinosugi is a type of Japanese cedar and is well known for its quality all over Japan.

The Sake is stored in cedar to give it a woody aroma, and the category is Futsushu which means daily Sake, and it should be the required quality and affordable price.
First, you are going to taste Sweet Umami and finish with a spicy and smoky kick.
I love this type of Sake at a warm temperature to change its mouth feel mild and round. It goes down so smoothly with a relaxing aroma.

And I made tofu and chicken nugget for Taru Zake.

For this type of Sake, I want a little bit richer food, but not too rich, so I made a fluffy and lighter version of Deep-fried finger food.

Make ahead and store it in a freezer; you can have it anytime you want.

How to warm up your Sake

Here is how I do it. Transfer the Sake to a minor ceramic Sake pitcher and microwave for 30 seconds at 800 W. You can add more cooking time to the temperature to your

I like the Lukewarm, almost the same as the body temperature for this Taru Zake.

It goes down so smoothly with a comfortable aroma!

Ramen Egg and Broccoli Salad

Runny egg yolk makes this salad upgraded! Goes so well with Sake!
Cook Time 20 minutes
Egg marinated time 1 day
Course Appetizer
Cuisine Japanese
Servings 4 people


  • 1 frying pan
  • 1 bowl
  • 1 Ziplock bag or plastic bag


  • 2 tbs Teriyaki Sauce 1 cup (240ml) Soy sauce1/2 cup (120ml) Mirin3 tablespoons Sugar 
  • 1 broccoli
  • 2 tbs white sesame seeds
  • 1 tbs soy sauce
  • 1 ts yuzu juice or lemon juice or rice vinegar
  • 1 tbs vegetable oil


Ramen Egg

  • Bring a pot of water to a boil, put in large eggs at room temp, and cook for seven minutes, sharp—no more than 7 mins.
    Cover with icy cold water to stop cooking.
    When it chills, carefully peel off the shell because it is so soft.
    And put it in a Ziploc bag and marinate it in the teriyaki sauce.
  • Cut broccoli into chunks, And wash well and transfer to a frying pan.
    Sprinkle a pinch of salt and two tablespoons of water.
    Cover and cook on medium heat for three minutes.
    Drain and let it cool.

Sesame dressing

  • Now, We are making Japanese sesame dressing.
    Grind toasted white sesame seeds, And mix two tablespoons of white sesame seed, A pinch of sugar, one tablespoon of soy sauce and one teaspoon of yuzu juice, lemon juice, or rice vinegar, and one tablespoon of vegetable oil.
  • Whisk well, and toss cooked broccoli.
    And add Ramen egg and break it into chunks with your hand.
    Transfer to a serving dish.
Keyword Broccoli, Ramen Egg, Sake, Sake and Food paring

Tofu and Chicken Nugget

Fluffy and lighter version of chicken nugget
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 20 minutes
Course Appetizer
Cuisine Japanese
Servings 4 people


  • 1 bowl
  • 1 frying pan
  • 1 strainer


  • 150 g firm tofu (5.3oz)
  • 150 g ground chicken (5.3oz)
  • ½ ts salt
  • pepper
  • 1 tbs potato starch or corn starch
  • 1 tbs mayonnaise
  • oil for frying

Miso mayo dipping sauce

  • 1 ts miso of your choice
  • 2 tbs mayonnaise


Tofu preparation

  • Cook tofu microwave until hot to the touch,Place it in the bamboo tray or strainer, place a weight and leave it until it comes to room temperature to remove excess water.

Nugget filling

  • Mixed ground chicken and tofu, salt, Pepper, one tablespoon of potato starch, and mayonnaise. Mix Until combined. Mayonnaise binds everything together.
  • Pour vegetable oil for flying into a flying them 1 cm from the bottom; you don't need a lot of oil for the recipe, And drop the tofu nugget shaping in to look like a nugget by using two spoons.
    deep fry until golden brown it's going to take four to five minutes.

Miso mayonnasise

  • Mix 1 teaspoon of miso of your choice and 2 tablespoons of mayonnaise.
Keyword chicken, chicken nugget, Sake, tofu
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