From Akita, Japan, This Junmai Sake represents how the Yamahai Junmai should be. Robust, funky and dry. Enjoy at room temp or slightly warm
Established 1860 in Hiroshima. Soft water is used to brew. Known as the Sake that Taikan Yokoyama, a meastro of Japanese painting cherished all his life
Extra dry, light and smooth Sake from the first capital, Nara, where it is also said to be the birthplace of Sake
From Miyagi, Japan. Established by Four Breweries. Light + smooth Ichinokura (Ace Brewery) was named to become No. 1 micro brewery.
From Miyagi. Japan. The Brewery was established in 1724. A fruity and fresh nose containing a hint of toasted nuts. Well-balanced Sake
Nagano, Japan from the Sake maker that's “The birthplace of Nanago Yeast”..."Karakuchi", which means "dry", but there is also a pleasant sweetness to this Sake
Yamagata, Japan. Soft-feeling on the tongue, floral rather than fruity, though there is a touch of pear, and melon. Pears with Fresh white fish Sashimi + Sushi
Niigata, Japan. This Tokubetsu Honjozo is a touch on the dry side with a real food friendly vibe. Enjoy chilled, room temp or even warm.
Tokushima, Japan. This Ginjo Nama-Genshu (Slightly fortified, Unpasteurized, Undiluted) Sake brings full rich flavor. Big and brassy, but easy to love
Niigata, Japan. This smooth and mild-tasting sake is as clean and crisp as a cold, clear day in winter. The taste evokes the gentle flavor of delicious rice
Sake made with Yeast #9 sourced from the brewery is an ode to the brewery’s seaside location in Kanagawa. Saltwater taffy salinity notes add a touch of sweetness and minerality.
This Sake from Fukuoka is unique in that they produce it using a black koji mold, which is used for Shochu production. Smooth, round, and juicy with fresh fruits along with refreshing acidity
Yamaguchi. Japan. It has collection of sweet aromas including grape juice, sweet rice and cotton candy. This uber Daiginjo will bring chewy fruit tones to your palate
Shizukoka, Japan. A.K.A Demon Slayer is semi-fruity brewed with a unique dryness that speaks to wine drinkers as there is a flashy tail and an alertness that pings the 17% ABV
It's as smooth and clean as they come, maybe subtle flavors of ripe pears + grape in palate. It finishes so clean, you will not remember swallowing. Enjoy cold, room temp, though slightly warm is where this Yamahai shines
Bigger brother of Dassai 50 from Yamaguchi. With milling the Sake rice down to 23% results a clean and plump Daiginjo with layered flavors of fruits + minerals with a big nose of "Ginjo-ka"
The pinnacle of the brewery. The artisan work results this sophisticated, clean, mellow with balanced Umami Daiginjo. Enjoy cold or at room temp.