Japan

We offer a variety of sakes from Japan:

 

Daiginjo

Autumn Elixir

Possesses a robust range of flavors, from persimmon to earthy notes of shiitake and autumn leaves. Tartness, shibumi (astringency) and even a faint sweetness unite in pleasing harmony.

 

Fair Maiden

Made from a specialty rice grown only in Miyagi Prefecture, Kura no Hana is airily light and touched with a kiss of anise. Its smoothness and gentle aroma extend a demure invitation to the world of sake enjoyment.

 

Heaven of Tipsy Delight

Unusual for a daiginjo, Suirakuten is aged in the bottle for two years, developing a rarefied, multi-hued flavor. Gentle yet strong, unassuming but proud, a masterpiece of the brewer’s art.

 

Lady Luck

Clean and balanced on the one hand, with a caress of wild honey on the other, Iki na Onna is a classy, confident sake brewed in very limited amounts for the Association of Lady Sake Retailers.

 

 

Ginjo

Cherry Bouquet

Soft-feeling on the tongue, Oka’s transparency of flavor matches the clarity of the colorless liquor. It is floral rather than fruity, though there is a touch of pear, and perhaps melon.

 

Green Ridge

With its floral nose and mellow fruity flavor, “Dewasansan” is a rewarding choice for wine drinkers new to the world of sake. It has a wholesome freshness, a green apple tartness and a refreshing finish.

 

Tenth Degree

A martini-lover’s sake: dry and clear with aromatics reminiscent of Tanqueray. No other ginjo combines dryness (+12 on the sake scale) and edginess (36 proof) to such exhilarating effect.

 

 

 

Specialty Sake

Happy Bride

Light as can be, this charming low-alcohol aperitif is piquant and mildly sweet, like a Kabinett-style Reisling. It is rich in amino acids, promoting good health and a rosy complexion.

 

Summer Snow

This premium unfiltered sake is rich, creamy and brimming with exuberant natural flavor. Mildly sweet, yet surprisingly robust, it is an excellent introduction to the world of sake enjoyment.

 

 

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