Spirits

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With a beautiful and enticing pink hue derived from the color of the rice, this sake has elegant aromas of cherry and plum blossoms, underscored by notes of apples and berries. On the palate, the sake is silky smooth with a touch of sweetness that is balanced by a crisp acidity and a light texture that create a balanced, transcendent sake. Enjoy this with wide range of pairing options, from shellfish, ceviche, grilled poultry, to pork tenderloins. Learn More

This Junmai sake is made from the finest quality sun-nurtured rice and pure, mineral-rich filtered Japanese well water. It is naturally fermented with rice, water and malted rice, called koji. Fu-Ki Sake enhances the flavor of food by cleansing and sanitizing the palate. Learn More

Fukano Distillery has been making spirits in Japan since 1823. Shigeruriku Fukano is the fifth generation of his family to run the distillery, located in Hitoyoshi City, Kumamoto Prefecture of Japan, a few towns away from Ohishi Distillery. Kuma River is the water supply for both distilleries, and both have the minerality and texture we have come to know and love. Learn More

A small batch of married sherry and new oak casks. Classic Fukano flavor with a touch of molasses and dark fruits. Learn More

Hakutsuru Excellent Junmai Sake has been brewed with a 250-year-old traditional technique of Hakutsuru as their main product that has been getting good reputation from our long-loving customers. It is characterized by its well-matured, full-bodied taste and mellow reverberation. Learn More

Using only selected rice and rice koji, "Sayuri" is brewed up carefully with the natural spring water from Mount Rokko. It has a refreshing aroma, natural sweetness and smooth aftertaste. Learn More

Amber in color. Rose, lychee, hint of rosemary, mature woodiness and sandalwood on the nose. Honeylike sweetness, candied orange peel and white chocolate flavors. subtle, tender long finish, with hint of Mizunara (Japanese oak). Learn More

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 Blue is a new super premium Japanese Sake that bridges the heritage of the past with the way we drink today. Hiro Blue, Junmai Ginjo Sake, has the character and body to be enjoyed chilled, over ice or in your favorite cocktail. Learn More

Mild fruity aroma with delicate notes of over-ripe cantaloupe, honeydew and honeysuckle. Round and smooth on the palate, with a medium, creamy body. Finishes long and smooth, with a hint of pear. Horin is an ultra-premium sake and is best enjoyed chilled. Learn More

These casks are handmade due to Mizunara oaks delicate wood grain. This spirit is gently matured in traditional style for many years before it embarks on its unique sea voyage. Learn More

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