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Sake (or saki) was an alcoholic beverage created by Humans, a wine based on rice and originating on and around Earth's Asian continent.

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In 1600, the warriors defending Fushimi Castle drank sake. (TOS novel: Home Is the Hunter)

In 2269, Montgomery Scott and Hikaru Sulu got into a friendly argument over the merits of hot saki versus Scotch whisky. (TOS novel: Spock, Messiah!) Later that year, Leonard McCoy tried some of Hikaru Sulu's sake during shore leave on Krasni. (TOS short story: "The Face on the Barroom Floor")

In 2370, Harding and Klar drank saki on Deep Space 9. (DS9 novel: The Big Game) Later that year, Sho Yamato drank sake while off duty at Ten-Forward. (TNG novel: Infiltrator)

Sake was a favorite of Harry Kim. (ST reference: Star Trek Cookbook)

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