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  1. Gekkikan Nigori Sake

    Gekkikan Nigori Sake

    $10.94

    Size 300ML


    Gekkeikan Nigori is a rough-filtered Junmai-shu. By definition Nigori means ‘cloudy’ and this style of sake is thicker and creamier in texture, with a milk-like appearance. The ‘cloudiness’ comes from the rice sediment which remains in the sake after it has been passed through a special coarse-mesh filter. The tradition of rough-filtering sakes has been used in Japan for many centuries. Learn More
  2. Hakutsuru Superior Junmai Ginjo

    Hakutsuru Superior Junmai Ginjo

    $10.94

    Size 300ML


    Talk about a gentle and yet elegant sake that is incredibly drinkable. The nose on the brew is a whispered collection of cantaloupe, white grape, sweet rice, raisin, and spring water elements. Clean, smooth with a hint of fruit tones this brew drinks very even with a dry round finish. Look for layers of nuanced flavors such as melon and dried pear all on a gentle flow that feels good in the mouth. A larger glass makes this brew all the more smooth, and the lower alcohol content may appeal to those looking for a lighter sake experience. Learn More
  3. JOKIGEN Junmai Ginjo Sake

    JOKIGEN Junmai Ginjo Sake

    $17.94

    Size 200ML


    As the bottle label promises, this sake had noticeable rice on the nose and palate. On the dry side with good structure. Learn More
  4. Hatsumago Junmai Sake

    Hatsumago Junmai Sake

    $18.94

    Size 200ML


    For almost two thousand years, Japan has been producing high quality alcoholic drinks made from the ingredients available to them on their rich and fertile soils and mountainsides. The most popular and highly esteemed 'wines' of Japan are undoubtedly sake, a type of fermented rice wine, and the delicious, sweet and aromatic plum wines which are widely loved around the world. Both drinks are inextricably linked with Japanese cuisine and culture, and both are growing in popularity in the western world along with many other aspects of this amazing and unique country. Because of this boom in popularity over recent years, the sake and plum wine industry of Japan has remained strong, and it continues to be an industry steeped in tradition and many fascinating practices undertaken to keep quality at a high level. Learn More
  5. Hakutsuru Organic Junmai

    Hakutsuru Organic Junmai

    $19.94

    Size 720ML


    Using only the premium Californian rice, Hakutsuru Organic Junmai Sake is carefully brewed with sophisticated skills and techniques. Ingredients, brewing process, aging process, and bottling process are all USDA certified organic. Sharp and exhilarating. Dry and Light-bodied. Learn More
  6. Hiro Junmai Sake

    Hiro Junmai Sake

    $23.94

    Size 300ML


    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
  7. JoTo Junmai Ginjo

    JoTo Junmai Ginjo

    $33.94

    Size 720ML


    A delicate sake with nuanced flavors of lemon, vanilla, and light spice. Creamy on the palate and super refreshing. Learn More
  8. Dewatsuru Junmai Nigori

    Dewatsuru Junmai Nigori

    $34.94

    Size 720ML


    The signature of Dewatsuru Brewery is its foremost priority. Dewatsuru is renowned for its mastery of Akita rice varietals brilliantly crafted into a selection of sake with distinguished taste, luxurious texture, and the master brewer’s finesse in the selection of yeast with delicate aroma. Learn More
  9. Shichi Hon Yari Nigori

    Shichi Hon Yari Nigori

    $49.94

    Size 720ML


    Technically qualifying as a junmai ginjo, this junmai is a great introduction to sake. It is earthy and mushroomy in the nose but reveals light, fresh notes of grapefruit and melon on the palate. Its structure is open and dynamic, its body light, its finish crisp and clean. It is best served chilled and complements flavorful foods like cooked Japanese food and French or new American. Learn More
  10. Tyku Ulta Junmai Daiginjo

    Tyku Ulta Junmai Daiginjo

    $79.94

    Size 720ML


    A very elite, and highly rare Japanese Ultra Premium Junmai Daiginjo sake, the top designation of all sakes, TY KU White is for the true connoisseur, those who have the ability to appreciate and distinguish the very best. The Crown Jewel of Sake, TY KU White represents the pinnacle of Ultra Premium Japanese Sake. TY KU White is simply the best in the world. A rare special designation Junmai Daiginjo, TY KU White is created for true connoisseurs with discriminating tastes. With less than 5% of all sakes in the world reaching the elite Junmai Daiginjo classification, experiencing TY KU White is a distinct honor reserved for a select few. TY KU White is the crown jewel of sake. Learn More

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