These are the must-try sake drinks in Toronto right now

Mar 1 2019, 6:17 am

Sake is delightful on its own, but sometimes you want to shake things up a little bit.

From bright and refreshing to cozy and warming, these are some of the city’s most varied, endearing and exciting sake drinks.

Regards Kyoto

Daily Hive Staff

New kid on the block Cru is serving up a ridiculously good cocktail made with sake, mint, honey and lavender. The taste is smooth, soft and supple, but still holds onto a refreshing almost-bite. Trust us… it tastes like magic.

Address: 100 Yonge Street, Suite 100
Phone: 416-901-0211


Sake Bomb


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The sake bomb at Kinka is the perfect order if you want to fuse flavour with energy. A shot-glass of sake is rested on chopsticks over a glass of beer. First, you slam the table until the sake falls into the brew and then you chug it back. It tastes great, and it’s a lot of fun.

Address: 398 Church Street
Phone: 416-977-0999

Address: 559 Bloor Street West
Phone: 647-343-1101


Kissy Suzuki


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This Noodle Bar¬†delight is made with sake, vodka, vermouth. It’s crisp, simple, and the perfect pairing to any of the noodly delicacies you can choose to tuck into for the evening.

Address: 190 University Avenue
Phone: 647-253-6225


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Mulled Sake


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While there are a number of sake-based sips to choose from at Koi Koi, this one takes the cake for both soothing and comforting. Sake, whiskey, orange liqueur, citrus fruits, honey, and apple cider are blended with spices and served hot.

Address: 170 Baldwin Street
Phone: 647-343-4618


Illuminated Eucalyptus


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This BarChef treat fuses flavours of coconut, hints of creamed sake and bright green spice. Made with coconut, absinthe cream, green cardamom, Nigori Sake, black licorice, eucalyptus crushed ice, white chocolate ice and pearls, and silver, this drink is a treasure.

Address: 1472 Queen Street West
Phone: 416-868-4800


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