Gekkeikan is a very "good" sake, and the incredibly low price makes it a fantastic value. It's useful for recipes, mixes, and sipping when it's heated, though I don't care for it at room temperature like I do when consuming high-end sake options.
A versatile sake with dry, mellow flavors and natural aromas. Best when served at room temperature or chilled. Gekkeikan Traditional is the worlds most popular Junmai-shu!
Is it true you don't get a hangover from sake? Yes, because it doesn't lower your body temperature after consumption like wine or beer, and the ions in the water use to make it provide energy.
Sake is an alcoholic beverage and can make you drunk, just like every other alcoholic beverage out there. Sake, by itself, will not get you drunk. It will just sit there. But, if YOU drink enough of it, then YOU will get yourself drunk.
Though red wine is usually the alcohol lauded for its health benefits, fitness-minded imbibers should consider sake. It's high in amino acids, naturally gluten-free, and consists of simple ingredients. This rice-based beverage traces its roots to ancient Japan.
Although sake is usually served warm, it's also quite good either chilled, at room temperature, or hot.