Alcohol that pairs well with sushi
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Posted by Count Chocula on 10/4 at 1:50 pm to Tigertown in ATL
Sake flavored vodka. No shit, try it.


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Posted by Blue Velvet on 10/4 at 2:17 pm to BayouBengal504
Don't know what you're ordering but the wasabi Bloody Mary at tsunami is the best drink in BR


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Posted by jordan21210 on 10/4 at 2:29 pm to BayouBengal504
If they have it:



If not, my go to is just regular Asahi. Really don't know if it "pairs well", but it's beer...can't go wrong with a beer.



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Posted by KosmoCramer on 10/4 at 3:14 pm to jordan21210





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Posted by Burt Reynolds on 10/4 at 3:19 pm to BayouBengal504
get that sapporo beer breh,

honestly, buy a really good bottle of COLD sake. get some tasty flavors. its the shit



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Posted by Bear Is Dead on 10/4 at 3:27 pm to BayouBengal504
Vodka Martini.....


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Posted by TheWiz on 10/4 at 3:53 pm to BayouBengal504
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Eta other than sake


Just wondering if you have tried cold sake. I much prefer it over that hot shite.



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Posted by fleaux on 10/4 at 4:24 pm to TheWiz


this, nothing else comes close



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Posted by plawmac on 10/4 at 6:03 pm to fleaux
Try a nice dry riesling to go with sushi.


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Posted by jeepfreak on 10/4 at 6:54 pm to plawmac
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Try a nice dry riesling to go with sushi.



Or a Sauvignon Blanc. A buttery Chardonet goes well with fish as well if you don't mind the sweetness.



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Posted by Rohan2Reed on 10/4 at 6:57 pm to jeepfreak
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buttery Chardonet





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Posted by Dandy Lion on 10/4 at 7:10 pm to BayouBengal504
-Beer
-A Verdejo-Sauvignon Blanc blend
-A crisp, dry rosé
-An Albariño or Valdeorras white (Valdeorras goes better with seafood/shellfish than sushi IMO)


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Posted by Martini on 10/4 at 7:22 pm to Dandy Lion
Don't drink wine with sushi. It's off putting and doesn't pair well especially if you are having any type of wasabi or even cleansing your palette with ginger.

Sushi needs clean and crisp. The mentioned sakes, vodkas and crisp beer. If you need a wine sort it should be a good champagne.



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Posted by yurintroubl on 10/4 at 7:24 pm to Dandy Lion
I know you said no sake... but a glass of Pearl served cold is the only way to go IMO.




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Posted by Dandy Lion on 10/4 at 7:24 pm to Martini
A dry Tokaj is great with sushi


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Posted by Martini on 10/4 at 7:38 pm to Dandy Lion
I've only had one. It was an eszencia or however it's spelled and it was much too sweet which is not my style. I would not know about any others as I haven't tried them.

But I'd be willing to bet you won't find that in any sushi restaurant in Baton Rouge or many places for that matter.



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Posted by Dandy Lion on 10/4 at 8:14 pm to Martini
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much too sweet which is not my style
Alot of Tokaj is made for the dessert market. You're right.



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Posted by iluvdatiger on 10/4 at 8:17 pm to BayouBengal504
there is a white wine there that is called something with #9 in it. I really like it with sushi at Tsunami.


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