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Adatara Ginjo Sake (15% abv)

This Ginjo has complex lively aromas with a silky light body. It comes with a smooth finish and refreshing aftertaste. Ginjo sake is known for its complexity, depth, range of interesting and diverse flavors and, above all, its balance between acidity and sweetness. This brew is a prime example of Ginjo sake.

Fukucho Junmai Daiginjo Hattanso 50 (16% abv)

Made from a unique rice, Hattanso, which only Fukucho brewery is using. Extremely smooth touch with a clean and pure texture. The finish is lingering.

Fukumitsuya-Kagatobi-Ai (15.7% abv)

The Kagatobi Junmai Daiginjo ‘Ai’ by Fukumitsuya is an elegant and refined sake. The traditional yeasts of the area, in fact, manage to create the perfect balance of sweetness and acidity and to extract the floral and delicate aromas (anise, violet, green apple) that are the signature of the best ‘Daiginjo’. Perfect with sashimi, vegetables, slightly marinated dishes.

Fukumitsuya-kuroobi D Do Yamahai Junmai (15% abv)

The Kuroobi Junmai Daiginjo ‘Do-Do’  of Fukumitsuya  is a traditional skill sake created ‘Yamahai’: thanks to the natural fermentation results in an earthy sake and intensely complex. Rich, full-bodied and lively. Plenty of rice flavor with a completely clean finish. Excellent with mushrooms, venison, lamb, etc. Serve hot to improve sweetness.

Mandarin Orange Mikan Sake (7% abv)

100% Japanese Mandarin Oranges. Bright & natural refreshing flavours & all-natural.

Miwaku No Green Tea Sake (7% abv)

Green Tea Sake
The taste is sweet but well balanced with bitterness of Japanese green tea. Best to drink it with ice.

Peach Momo Sake (7% abv)

100% Japanese white peach. Intense, round flavours & all-natural.

Takasago Plum Sake Ume (12% abv)

Brewed with Pure-Sake (Junmaishu) and a pickled plum for the first year and another pickled plum in the second year. It’s moderately sweet with a light hint of ume sake.