Sake Revolution’s Reviews and Ratings
Great podcast for sake lovers
Congratulations on 50 podcasts!!
Diamond in the Rough
Plenty of very practical information on sake production, culture and enjoyment. I especially enjoy the episodes on regional sake.
Like Sake? Want to learn about sake? Start here!
A fantastically done and very fun podcast about sake. Check it out!
Calming presence for me
I listen to this to feel like I have company during this pandemic when we all are feeling a bit cabin fever-ish. Each episode is a delightful encounter about the Japanese national beverage, Sake. I love sake, and I love listening to this. Thank you!
Fun-Sized Elegant Tours through the Intricacies of Sake
The Expert & The Enthusiast – Tim Sullivan & John Puma explain the Terminology of Sake without losing the Excitement of Sake.
Tim Sullivan explains Sake techniques with clarity and poise, while John Puma restates the lesson for the ears of everyday drinkers. Start with the first episode and follow along episodically to build your personal Sake vocabulary. Enjoy, imbibe, and feel confident drinking more Sake!
Mouth watering journey through sake
All things sake! A must-listen!
Wholesome and Educational
Sake Revolution podcast is very informative, and their conversation is very relaxing to listen to. Every time they pour sake into a glass, the sound makes my mouth watering.
Great podcast for sake lovers!
…It’s so much fun!
They manage to explain the essential information about sake (making) without being technical. Great humor of both hosts, too! The episode usually starts with a sake education corner that eventually ended at the tasting foyer, where each of them discuss the bottle sake they bring in for that specific episode. Definitely a 30-minutes well-spent each time!
What a delightful podcast!
Informative and entertaining!
Makes sake easy to understand!
Spreading the gospel of sake to the US
Digestible episodes and thirst-quenching answers. What I enjoy about Sake Revolution is the easy-to-follow format of each episode. John and Tim provide a good amount of information for no longer than 30 minutes, making the podcast easy to listen to. Each episode features a different aspect of the sake industry, such as ingredients and the unique nature of junmai sake. An episode I particularly enjoyed goes into depth about brewer’s alcohol and why it’s added to certain types of nihonshu.