In that case, I like taking a hot bath.
Recently I used the bath agent "Hakutsuru no Sakeburo" (白鶴の酒風呂＜大吟醸酒配合＞). This is a bath agent that contains some components of daiginjo sake.
I can pour some 200 ml of sake in the bathtub, but I feel reluctant to use sake for bathing. This is because I, of course, prefer drinking it to using it in the bath. So, this bath agent, which one of my friends kindly gave to me, is just for people like me.
The sake bath, which has moisturizing and conditioning effects of your skin, warms up your body, and relaxing you, makes me quite comfortable, finally finding myself singing a sanguine song.
Funaguchi Kikusui Ichibanshibori (Kikusui Shuzo)
When I was unfamiliar with sake and I had just poor experience of namazake and genshu, I drank this sake (at that time, the sake was contained in a yellow can) for the first time on a Shinkansen bullet train from Niigata. At that time, I was impressed by the sake very much and realized what namazake was. Maybe, this was the experience that ushered me into the world of namazake.