Sake's Skyrocketing Success! Seminar in Cincinnati
Join JETRO for a Sake Tasting & Seminar on Sake’s Skyrocketing Success!
Presentation by: Timothy Sullivan, Sake Samurai
*This event is for food and beverage professionals only.
*Please be advised: Due to the limited seating we have for the seminar, it will be first come first serve base. There will be additional chairs available for listening to the seminar
- Taste Sake & Discuss Sake Styles
- Explore the Magic of Pairing Cheese with Sake
- Discuss Proper Sake Service, storage, serving temperatures & heating methods
- Dive into Sake marketing, building a better Sake list, Sake Education & More!
1:30 - 2:00 PM Registration
2:00 - 3:30 PM Sake Seminar & Sake Tasting
About the speaker: Timothy Sullivan
With his first sip in 2005, Timothy Sullivan simply fell in love with premium Japanese sake. This inspired him to start the first sake blog in the United States: UrbanSake.com. His passion for sake has grown this site into America’s leading resource for sake related news, events and education. In 2007, the Japanese Sake Brewer’s Association awarded Sullivan the title of “Sake Samurai” in recognition of his work to promote sake outside of Japan.
Since then, Timothy has studied and received professional sake certifications from The Sake Education Council, The Sake School of America, the Sake Service Institute and the Wine & Spirits Education Trust. He has gone on to become a respected educator, teaching the next generation of sake professionals for the Sake School of America, the WSET Sake certification programs as well as in private sake seminars and sake tasting workshops.
Currently, Timothy Sullivan continues his efforts full time in the sake industry, working to introduce what the Japanese call ‘the drink of the gods’ to new fans in the U.S. and around the world.
Don't miss this rare opportunity to try such a variety of sakes firsthand and have all your questions answered!
Registration is required. Attendees must be 21 years of age or older with government-issued ID to sample alcohol.