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SŌTŌ, meaning "outside" in Japanese, is a celebration of the Earth's purest elements, brought together to make this premium, all-natural sake. This Junmai has soft umami with understated fruit notes. It is clean and light on the palate with flavors of apples.
Using only the finest rice "Yamada-Nishiki", and Nada's famed natural spring water "Miyamizu", "SHO-UNE" has been brewed as the Supreme of Japanese Sake. This graceful Sake with fruity scents, velvety smoothness can be enjoyed chilled or at room temperature.
A brilliant sake from Île Four, which means "four islands", a reference to to the four Japanese main islands of Honshu, Shikoku, Kyushu and Hokkaido. Though there's only four ingredients, sake rice, water, yeast and a koji, this crisp bottling makes a brilliant aperitif, and works wonderfully alongside salty foods.
Traditional sake using 60% milled rice. Lighter in style than other sake's, this is crisp, dry and easy drinking. Beautiful nose of meyer lemon, lime, and hay.
The Yuzu citrus fruit has been growing in Japan for more than 1.000 years. Because of its dry pulp and many large seeds the juice can only be extracted in a complicated – i.e., expensive – process from pulp and rind. Fortunately, just a few drops are already enough for a unique and intense flavor.
An unfiltered sake in a cheerful bottle. The light pink glass is the perfect shade to represent the sake, which piques your taste buds. Its creamy taste matches its creamy texture.
Hiro Gold is an ultra-premium Japanese sake made with highly polished rice: milling rate of the original rice is 40% for Hiro Gold Junmai Daiginjo.
100% Yamadanishiki rice grown in Hyogo Prefecture polished until only 60% of the grain is left. Full-bodied flavor profile, floral aromatics, clean and well structured.
This beautiful and exceptionally full-bodied sake is brewed with a proprietary new strain of rice, Hakutsuru nishiki, which yields a sake unlike any other. Lovely floral aromas and a mouth-filling richness showcase its superior attributes.
This sharp, super dry sake sports the name Makiri, which translates to “Demon Cutter”. Inspired by the blades of fishermen in Sakata City, which were said to dispel evil forces, Makiri will dispel bad energy from your soul and fill you with inner warmth.