Tateyama is a legendary sake brewer in Toyama who exhibited their own brand sake at Paris Expo back in 1900 as one of the Japanese official selected sake. GINREI TATEYAMA HONJOZO is a classic dry Honjozo made from Yamadanishiki and Gohyakumangoku rice mixed (two of the best sake rice). It has a light touch on…
Complex and elegant
Rich full-alcohol honjozo. Extra dry and great for heating or drinking at room temperature. great for lovers of dry sake.
Full of umami richness & sharp dry finish sake for everyday drinking. Fukui�s top sake brewery Ippongi believes that good sake should be made from good rice. That�s why most of their premium sake is made from quality guaranteed sake rice grown under the exclusive contract with the local farmers. Ippongi Tsuchi is made from…
This is a great example of traditional Niigata style light, dry & crisp Tanrei Karakuchi� sake. Nihonshudo +8 is a quite high in dryness as its name Hachikara� simply means +8 dry. Being aged under the snow for 3 months, the flavour is smooth as snow water, light touch on your palate then finish with…
Brisk and clean, with an engaging lift at first sip.
Fuller in flavor and bolder, this honjozo is a touch on the dry side with a real food friendly vibe.
Kamotsuru is one of the most historic sake brewers in Hiroshima established in 1623. (380 years ago!) They started exporting sake to overseas in late 19 century including displaying bottles at Paris Expo in 1900. With their skills and knowledge, Kamotsuru make this fresh and sweet Reishu which is designed to be taken chilled. It…
Subtle aromatics of rice and rainwater, the palate is clean with fine lines and a quick refreshing finish.
Kizakura Tokkuri Kinpaku is a semi dry Honjozo with real GOLD FLAKES in a cute Tokkuri shaped bottle, made by Kyoto’s famous sake brewery KIZAKURA. It has a rich, mellow & dry flavour and match well with a different type of Japanese dishes. You can drink it with ice,chilled or room temperature. This sake will…
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