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  1. Shirakabe-Gura Tb Junmai

    Shirakabe-Gura Tb Junmai

    $19.94

    Size 720ML


    shirakabegura is carefully crafted using gohyakumangoku sake rice, the renowned miyamizu waters which flow abundantly through the nada region, and with the hearts and souls of its seasoned creators. brewed in small batches, and fermented unhurriedly at low temperatures, shirakabegura is clean and smooth. relish the sweet rice flavor as it unfolds with each sip. shirakabegura can be served at various temperatures with a wide variety of dishes. Learn More
  2. Eiko Fuji Honkara

    Eiko Fuji Honkara

    $32.94

    Size 720ML


    Newly released in the United States, gin drinkers will love the juniper essence with a wisp of tropical fruits. Learn More
  3. Hiro Junmai Daiginjo Sake

    Hiro Junmai Daiginjo Sake

    $124.94

    Size 720ML


    Clear with a silvery cast. Very inviting earthy notes, creamy vanilla nougat with peppered pear and banana aromas. Delicate, light and smooth with a subtle sweetness and a complex silky, dry-yet-fruity with melon, tapioca, and white pepper accents. Long and well rounded, with a medium body elegant finish. Hiro Red is a new premium Japanese Sake that bridges the heritage of the past with the way we drink today. Inspired by the ancient recipe of Hiroemon Takeda, the renowned Samurai and Japanese Sake connoisseur, Hiro is crafted by our own Toji (Master Brewer) using only specially polished rice from the Murakami plain in the Niigata Region. Hiro Sake is a world class; hand crafted Japanese Sake, created using Japanese expertise with an uncompromising approach to quality. The golden rice fields together with the water from the subterranean river beds, skirting the Miomote river in Murakami, Niigata prefecture, are the perfect setting for brewing our super-premium Japanese Sake. Our Toji or Sake Master has created an exquisite brew that bridges the heritage of the past with today’s modern drinking patterns. Although Japanese Sake is thought of as the traditional rice “wine” of Japan, the fermentation process used to produce Japanese Sake more closely resembles beer production. Japanese Sake dates back to over 2,000 years ago, even before the first Japanese written books ever recorded… Lore has it that Japanese Sake’s origin occurred when some natural airborne yeast landed in an open container of rice producing a slightly fermented liquid that gave some lucky farmers a pleasant buzz. Learn More

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