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Black Rumiko

High-quality coffee beans (Fuji Coffee Co., Ltd., Tsu City, Mie Prefecture) are soaked in pure rice sake and aged. It has a strong, full-bodied coffee taste. Pour over vanilla ice cream for an affogado! Or steamed with milk to make it Kahlua milk style drink! Ingredients: Junmai sake (rice, malted rice), coffee beans (from Guatemala, Brazil, Colombia, Indonesia), crystal sugar Alcohol content

Dassai Junmai Daiginjo 45

“There is no reason for us to craft sake unless it’s super delicious.”, this is the Dassai way. Using Yamada-Nishiki rice polished down to 45%, we deliver fruit aromatics and delicate sweetness. Made from Yamadanishiki rice (the highest quality rice for sake) polished to 45% of its original volume, Dassai 45 presents a fresh and fruity palette with aromas of pear, grape, pineapple, apricot and watermelon but also notes of chestnut and puffed rice. This rich, structured and powerful sake can be enjoyed chilled as an aperitif but is also the ideal companion for all types of dishes such as white meats and poultry as well as cheese. Sake or nihonshu is a Japanese alcoholic beverage with a volume of 14 to 17%. It is made from a mixture of water, yeast and steamed rice, a small part of which has been inoculated with a microscopic fungus, the koji, in order to improve fermentation.
  • Rice Type : 100% Yamadanishiki
  • Rice Polishing Ratio : 45%

Kuroki Honten Kiroku

Mild sweetness of potato and black tea. A strong, thick aroma. Structured and concentrated flavour that leaves a fragrant, complex finish. Mixing with water enriches the flavour, releasing the sweet, slightly roasted characters of the potato. Mixing with hot water mellows the flavour and creates a well-balanced, rounded taste.

Kuroki Honten Kiroku Sweet Potato Shochu

The letters on the label are 7 and 6, and the letters "Kiroku" and "Ki" are written in cursive. Potatoes, malted rice, and yeast are all grown in-house and brewed with the famous water of Mt. Osuzu. The nose has a gentle sweetness of grain, black tea, and strong, thick aromas. The taste is well-structured and balanced with good concentration and a lingering aromatic and complex flavor. When served with water, the flavor becomes richer, releasing the sweet, slightly roasted characters of the potato. When served with hot water, the flavor softens and becomes more well-balanced and rounded. To really bring out the mellow, earthy sweetness, serve it with a splash of hot water. If you prefer the clean, high-toned notes of black tea, keep it cool and serve it over ice.
Ingredients: Sweet Potato, Rice Koji

Kuroki Honten Nakanaka Barley Shochu

Nakanaka is the main brand of barley shochu from the well-respected Kuroki Honten distillery. It is the same barley shochu used in distillery’s well known oak barrel aged barley shochu Hyakunen no Kodoku. Nakanaka is aged for a much shorter period in kame, traditional clay pots similar to amphorae used for aging shochu. Underground spring water from Osuzu Mountain streams is being used.
100% mugi (barley), with koji grown on barley replacing malting and distilled at low pressure on a vacuum still to preserve aromatics resulting in a full bodied shochu with distinct notes of chocolate and a rich sweetness on the palate.
While excellent served with chilled water or on ice, to truly appreciate the complex aromas and flavors of Nakanaka we recommend to drink it oyuwari (with hot water) which unlocks a lot of the subtleties and allow the chocolate notes to linger on the tongue.

Tanaka Shuzo Tokubetsu Junmai Shu Chateau Shirasagi 65

Displays elegant nose with papaya aromas on the front and notes of fennel, vegetal, white radish, turnip.  On the palate, it is round and smooth with yellow fruits, apricot, melon and exotic fruits. Recommended to serve at 14℃ in a wine glass, and pair with Spanish Paella with gambas.
  • Rice Type : 100% Yamadanishiki
  • Rice Polishing Ratio : 65%
  • Sake Meter Value : -10
  • Acidity : 1.6

Rumiko no Sake Tokubetsu Junmai

Made with Yeast Strain No. 9, this sake has a subtle aroma and clean crisp taste, which can be enjoyed both cold or warm.
  • Rice Type: Yamadanishiki (Koji) & Hitogokochi (Kake Mai)
  • Rice Polishing Ratio: 60%
  • Sake Meter Value: +7.0
  • Acidity: 1.6

DAN Junmai

This is a rich full-bodied sake with rich Junmai rice flavour. The two different sake rice used compliment each other and are allowed to shine when combined with the super pure water from the snowmelt of Mt. Fuji and their proprietary yeast. This sake has notes of fresh water that play along with an underlying sweetness from the rice, true to their belief that both the water and rice should be at the forefront of sake flavor. Rice Type: Gohyakumangoku and Miyamanishiki Rice Polishing Ratio: 60% Sake Meter Value: 1.5 Acidity: 1.75 Recommended Food Pairing: Sushi, Sashimi, Seafood

DAN Yamahai Junmai

Rich flavour with good balance of acidity. Crisp and refreshing, it’s a flexible sake that can be enjoyed at any temperature. Subtle aroma with banana and pear on nose after you open it. You can feel the touch of unique sweetness and acidity obviously from the traditional Yamahai brewing method. Medium-bodied with amazing Umami flavor. A very good partner for food pairing. Rice Type: Yamadanishiki and Gohyakumangoku Rice Polishing Ratio: 60% Sake Meter Value: 2.5 Acidity: 1.5 Recommended Food Pairing: Sushi, Sashimi, Seafood

Juji Asahi Shuzo Ororchi No Mai Junmai-Shu Clear Nama R2 (2020)

We used Koshihikari rice grown in Sada-machi, Izumo City. The aim of the brewing process was to bring out the "character" of Koshihikari rice. This sake is dry, clean and refreshing.  Its subtle aroma and umami flavour is excellent for food pairing. Recommended to serve at 5℃~15℃, and pair with sushi.
  • Rice Type : 100% Koshihikari
  • Rice Polishing Ratio : 65%
  • Sake Meter Value : +12

Suppin Rumiko no Sake Muroka Nama Genshu No.6

‘Suppin’ translates into ‘to go bare-faced or without makeup’ and explains that this sake is made without unnecessary manipulation or work. A ‘Pure Rice’ sake made without charcoal filtration, pasteurisation or dilution. Robust and full flavour. Tasting Note: Displays a vibrant, pale lemon colour in the glass. Aromatics take some time to emerge, and while only mildly intense the aromas are quite complex with notes of white flowers and acacia, layered over pear, green apple, custard and white chocolate. There's a good weight to this sake on the palate, creamy and textural, showing excellent umami feel. As with the nose this is notably complex with flavours of pear, apple, hints of lychee and green melon, custard and white chocolate. Excellent. Serve chilled.
  • Rice Type : Yamadanishiki (Koji) & Hattannishiki (Kakemai)
  • Rice Polishing Ratio : 60%
  • Sake Meter Value : -
  • Acidity : -