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    Sake tastes best when it's fresh. Unlike wine, sake is perishable. It usually has no sulfites or preservatives. The rule of thumb is that an unopened bottle of sake is good for about 6 months after the bottling date on the label or cap. In general, sake is not brewed to age like wine. It's more like beer in that sense. So, the sooner you consume it, the better tasting experience you'll enjoy. Keep Sake in a cool place & out of light. The heat will badly affect the taste and quality of the sake. Choose a storage area where the temperature stays below 68°F (20°C). If the sake is sold refrigerated, then store it in the fridge at home. Once opened, a sake should be kept in the fridge and consumed within days. Also, both sunlight and fluorescent light should be avoided to keep the taste of the sake intact. Learn More
  2. Hakutsuru Draft Sake

    Hakutsuru Draft Sake


    Hakutsuru Draft Sake is characterized by its light, fresh and smooth taste. Slightly dry. A good match with not only Japanese food, but also Western cuisine using a variety of sauces and mayonnaise. Yakitori, Croquette, Salads, Roast beef, etc. Enjoy this Sake chilled. Learn More
  3. Sho Chiku Bai Chokara Sake

    Sho Chiku Bai Chokara Sake


    Pours clear. Lightly floral with a touch of banana on the nose. Warm rice notes. Sweet, and a bit warm. Rice and sweet toasted rice. Warm and sweet on the finish. SCB CHOKARA SAKE - 3143 7 Learn More
  4. Sayuri Nigori Sake

    Sayuri Nigori Sake


    Nigori sake goes through a filtering process that is a bit less stringent than other sakes. As a result, much of the sugars and rice grains that are taken out of ordinary sakes, remain here. This leaves the Nigori sake with a super sweet taste, and a creamy, pulpy texture. Please shake well before serving. Enjoy this creamy and naturally sweet sake chilled Learn More
  5. Shirakabe Gura Tokubetsu Junmai

    Shirakabe Gura Tokubetsu Junmai


    Made in the traditional sake process, in Japan from 'premium' water and 'stringently' selected rice. It is smooth and on the dryer end of the sake spectrum. Smooth, well balanced and full body Learn More
  6. Gekkeikan Nigori Sake

    Gekkeikan Nigori Sake


    Using quality premium rice and Kyoto, Fushimi’s underground water, this beautifully packaged NIGORI SAKE features sweet sensation. Learn More
  7. Hakutsuru Sayuri Junmai Nigori

    Hakutsuru Sayuri Junmai Nigori


    Wine Tasting Notes Using only selected rice and rice koji, "SAYURI" is brewed up carefully with the natural water of Rokko. It has a refreshing aroma, natural sweetness and smooth aftertaste. A good match not only with Japanese food like Yakitori or Sukiyaki but also with Western cuisine. Learn More
  8. Sho Chiku Bai Nigori Silky Mild Unfiltered Sake

    Sho Chiku Bai Nigori Silky Mild Unfiltered Sake


    Nigori is the way sake first appeared when it was brewed for the Imperial Court in Kyoto as well as for most of its 2,000-year history. It is lightly-filtered and the sweetest of all our types of sake. It is especially delicious with very spicy foods. The bottle should be shaken each time before pouring due to the high rice content that settles in the bottom of the bottle. Bold and sweet. Rich and robust flavor with distinctive rice savor soft, mild Pairing food: Rich and well seasoned dishes. Great as a dessert Learn More
  9. Gekkeikan Zipang Sparkling Sake

    Gekkeikan Zipang Sparkling Sake


    This sake is lively and bright with hints of tropical fruits, medium-bodied with a refreshingly light finish. It pairs well with a wide array of light appetizers and hors d’oeuvres as well as with spicy food. Learn More
  10. Gekkikan Nigori Sake

    Gekkikan Nigori Sake


    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
  11. Hakutsuru Superior Junmai Ginjo

    Hakutsuru Superior Junmai Ginjo


    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
  12. Sho Chiku Bai Junmai

    Sho Chiku Bai Junmai


    The most traditional style sake, it pairs perfectly with mildly seasoned dishes. Learn More
  13. Gekkeikan 1.5L Sake

    Gekkeikan 1.5L Sake


    Gekkeikan 1.5L Sake Learn More
  14. JOKIGEN Junmai Ginjo Sake

    JOKIGEN Junmai Ginjo Sake


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

    Hou Hou Hou Sparkling Sake


    Hou Hou Shu is soft and creamy with a small bubble, similar to champagne and Belgian beer. The flavor in lively, expansive and balanced, resembling green apple, tart yogurt with sweet fruit undertones. At only 6% alcohol, the fruity taste pairs well with the same types of foods that go well with either sake or champagne, so seafood, fruit or anything light. Learn More
  16. Sho Chiku Bai Sake

    Sho Chiku Bai Sake


    Sho Chiku Bai Sake 1.5 L Learn More
  17. Hatsumago Junmai Sake

    Hatsumago Junmai Sake


    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
  18. Seikyo Takehara Junmai

    Seikyo Takehara Junmai


    Mild and oh so drinkable, this affordable sake is the very picture of Hiroshima loveliness. Expect a food friendly, approachable vibe with this sake. It’s a winner in my book. My Tasting NoteAll NotesNote Averages Learn More
  19. Sho Chiku Bai Sake 1.8L

    Sho Chiku Bai Sake 1.8L


    Sho Chiku Bai Sake 1.8L Learn More
  20. Hakutsuru Organic Junmai

    Hakutsuru Organic Junmai


    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
  21. Momokawa Organic Junmai Ginjo Sake

    Momokawa Organic Junmai Ginjo Sake


    Medium rich with big aromas of tropical flowers and fruits, this Junmai Ginjo offers lush flavors or complex and exotic fruits. Proving to be an easy every day choice for saké enthusiasts, it is also an ideal starting point for wine lovers seeking to explore saké. Its layers of fruit flavors provide a familiar taste profile easing your palate's exploration into this ages old beverage. It takes more work to brew a USDA certified sake. Our brewery must be sterilized thorughly between batches, the rice must be from a certified grower and every step of the brewing process is reviewed, double checked and approved by Oregon Tilth, our USDA certifier. Learn More
  22. Sho Chiku Bai Tokubetsu Junmai

    Sho Chiku Bai Tokubetsu Junmai


    This special sake is made from highly polished (to 60%) Sacramento Valley rice. It is a well balanced Junmai-shu with an exceptionally smooth texture. Smooth, well balanced and full body Learn More
  23. Russian Standard Gold Vodka

    Russian Standard Gold Vodka


    TY KU Sake Silver has a fresh, slightly sweet taste with subtle pear notes; its rich flavor is soft & silky on the palate. Although it complements sushi & Asian cuisine, its well-rounded body pairs well with a variety of lighter Western cuisine. Recipient of the Platinum Medal (SIP), Gold Medal (NY Wine & Spirits), 90pt rating (Tasting Panel) & the HOT, NEW, NOW Award (WSWA). Learn More
  24. Eiko Fuji Sake Ban Ryu

    Eiko Fuji Sake Ban Ryu


    Ban Ryu means "ten thousand ways." It is an expression used in the sake world to answer the question, in how many ways is one sake different from another. The answer, in 10 Thousand Ways: the yeast, the koji, timing of brewing, etc., It also means, more informally, "versatility." The brewery was trying to catch both meanings by naming this honjozo Ban Ryu or Ten Thousand ways, however, they passionately believe it can be enjoyed in 10 Thousand wayschilled, warmed, hot, with light food, heavy food, sweet food and spicy food. Learn More
  25. Hiro Junmai Sake

    Hiro Junmai Sake


    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
  26. JoTo Daiginjo

    JoTo Daiginjo


    The rice wines and plum wines of Japan are amongst the most fascinating, aromatic and seductive national drinks in the world, and it is a testament to the traditional practices and expertise of the producers of these beverages that their popularity is continuing to rise across the globe. Both plum wines and sake are produced in many parts of Japan, and there are even several AOC style appellations dedicated to producing plum wines and sake of the highest quality, overseen by regulations similar to those found in esteemed wine regions of France and elsewhere. Both drinks are inextricably linked with the cuisine of Japan, but both are also highly enjoyable when drank without food, giving the drinker a real taste of the beauty of the far east. Learn More
  27. G Genshu Sake Joy

    G Genshu Sake Joy


    Handcrafted using ancient Japanese techniques and American sensibilities, g joy is the essence of East meets West & past meets present. Being undiluted (Genshu) it retains the rich depth that typically is diluted to soften and smooth the natural heartiness of saké. This is not a shy brew and we suggest you be equally open and share a bottle with friends who will appreciate such a premium experience. Learn More
  28. JoTo Yuzu

    JoTo Yuzu


    Crafted by the Fuij Brewery in the town of Izumo, Joto Yuzu is a blend of sake and Yuzu juice from Yuzu fruit that is grown locally. The Fuji Brewery was founded in 1939 and is managed by the 3rd generation of the Imaoka family. Yuzu is a prized Japanese citrus fruit that has the sweet and tart flavors of mandarin orange, Meyer lemon and Key lime. Blended with sake, Joto Yuzu is a delicious balance of sweetness and acidity. Learn More
  29. JoTo Junmai Ginjo

    JoTo Junmai Ginjo


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

    Dewatsuru Junmai Nigori


    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
  31. Shichi Hon Yari Nigori

    Shichi Hon Yari Nigori


    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
  32. Tyku Ulta Junmai Daiginjo

    Tyku Ulta Junmai Daiginjo


    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
  33. Kirin Hizoshu Sake

    Kirin Hizoshu Sake


    Kirin Hizoshu is a vintage sake matured under low-temperature for over five years. The special sake presents the best color, aroma, and taste of a vintage wine. It is an art of Japanese brews. Recommended to drink as a standalone beverage or serve with stewed or grilled dishes. Learn More

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