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Which Beverages Are Found In Sushi Bars?

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Tea was the first beverage to be served with sushi, back about 70 years ago. It’s still served today in sushi restaurant, because it goes perfectly well with sushi.

Tea is known to provide good vitamins, maintain balance of the body and refresh the palate. Some of the most commonly found tea on the market are Green Tea, Oolong Tea, White Tea, Black Tea.

You general would find Green Tea and Genmaicha (brown rice tea) served in a lot of sushi restaurant, but in Japan they have more selection of tea.

Another very popular beverage served in sushi restaurant are the sake you can get them serve to you hot or chilled. Sake is a Japanese alcoholic beverage made from rice. Two style of sake are Honjozo-shu which has little amount of alcohol added and Junmai-shu which is made pure rice wine. Very popular drink in my opinion, customers usually order them the most and do a sake bomb with the sushi chef.

Japanese beer can also be found in sushi restaurant here in the states some of the known beer are Sapporo, Ichiban, Asahi, Kirin, happoshu, Tsing-Tao is a Chinese beer, but is found in sushi restaurants if you prefer American beer they also served them to.

Which Beverages Are Found In Sushi Bars?

So next time when your dining at a sushi restaurant chose a beverage that would go well with your sushi.