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  • $77.00
    $69.30
    Terada Honke Katori 90 Sake

    Terada Honke Katori 90 Sake

    A natural, rice-driven sake from Terada Honke which is reminiscent of sakes from over a century ago.

    Based in Chiba, Terada Honke has been brewing continuously for over 340 years, having been established in 1673. Using natural yeast brewing, they exclusively use the traditional Kimoto starter method – that is, natural lactic bacteria mixed with poles.

    This Katori 90 is made from locally grown Katori-Hikari rice, a table rice variety, which is polished only to 90% of its original size. The mass of rice left is designed to replicate sakes from centuries earlier.

    A such this is dominated by rice aromas, with a thick savoury mouth and finish. A powerful, robust sake.

    The style is junmai muroka nama genshu. That is, produced with no added alcohol or additives, unfiltered, unpasteurised and un-diluted (this weighs in at 20.1%).

    Best served chilled. 

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  • $65.00
    $58.50
    Kidoizumi AFS Sake

    Kidoizumi AFS Sake

    A funky sake with both sweet and acidic notes from Kidoizumi.

    Kidoizumi Shuzo have been brewing sake since 1879 and their extensive methods often result in full bodied and complex sakes. Their use of a traditional Hot Yamahai (yeast starter) method of brewing is attributable to the structure of the sakes they produce. 

    The AFS, new in Australia for August 2017, is produced with a “one-stage” fermentation process known as Ichidan Shikomi. The one-stage sees the fermentation and brewing rice added into the starter mash at once, rather than being added at various time intervals which is the norm.

    In real terms it gives a tart acidity of green apples which is balanced by a delicate sweetness.

    The name AFS refers to Adachi, Furukawa, Shoji – the names of the three people responsible for the brewer’s Hot Yamahai method.

    This is a junmai yamahai muroka nama style. That is produced with no added alcohol or additives, using a yeast starter without the use of mixing poles, unfiltered and unpasteurised.

    The rice strain is Fusa no Mai polished to 65%.

    Serve chilled.

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  • $55.00
    $49.50
    Shirakawa Taninokoshi Sake 1800ml Bottle

    Shirakawa Taninokoshi Sake 1800ml Bottle

    A mild-dry and flavourful sake from Shirakawa, in a 1.8 litre bottle.

    The Taninokoshi is a junmai (made with no added alcohol, only rice water and koji) ginjo (with the rice polished to at least 60% of its original size).

    The rice polish ratio is 60%.

    Best served chilled or room temperature.

    The Shirakawa brewery is located in the Nishigō village of the Nishishirakawa District on Honshu, Japan’s main island.

    See the latest sake arrivals here.

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  • $65.00
    $58.50
    Amanoto Junmai Ginjo Sake

    Amanoto Junmai Ginjo Sake

    A clean, complex sake from the small Amanoto brewery, which is located in Akita.

    This showcases a very attractive nose, with a hint of yeast, and a wealth of underlying flavours. A fruity palate also has a clean citrus finish.

    Amanoto was established in 1917 and takes its name from an old poem. The name means Heavens Door and is reflected on the label with the Magatama, a stone used as a necklace in the poem.

    This is a junmai ginjo style – that is, no added alcohol or additives with rice polished to at least 60 percent of its original size. It has been made with Miyamanishiki rice grown in Akita polished to 55%.

    Can be served chilled or at room temperature.

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  • $299.00
    $269.10
    Wakatsuru Daiginjo Sake 1800ml Bottle

    Wakatsuru Daiginjo Sake 1800ml Bottle

    A premium daiginjo sake from Wakatsuru brewery that is both elegant and dry, presented in a 1.8 litre bottle and gorgeous display box.

    The Wakatsuru Daiginjo is a junmai (made with no added alcohol, only rice water and koji) daiginjo (a super-premium sake where the rice is milled to below 50 percent of its original size).

    Wakatsuru have gone all the way down to a polished level of 38% to make this as delicate as possible. It is quite dry.

    Best served chilled or room temperature and matches with rich dishes.

    The Wakatsuru brewery is located in the Tonami city of Toyama on Honshu, Japan’s main island.

    See the latest sake arrivals here.

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  • $49.00
    $44.10
    Shirakawa Aizubandaisan Sake 1800ml Bottle

    Shirakawa Aizubandaisan Sake 1800ml Bottle

    A refreshing dry-sweet sake from Shirakawa, presented in a 1.8 litre bottle.

    The Aizubandaisan is a junmai (made with no added alcohol, only rice water and koji). Although the rice is polished to 60%, the producer does not denote this as a ginjo.

    The rice polish ratio is 60%.

    Oak Barrel tasting notes:

    Nose: Banana and fresh fruits, toast and green apple, fresh cream. Approachable and crisp – compared to the palate.

    Palate: Prominent rice, milky, subtle tropical fruits.

    Finish: Short-to-medium, inviting.

    Comment: Quite creamy and thick.

    Best served chilled or room temperature.

    The Shirakawa brewery is located in the Nishigō village of the Nishishirakawa District on Honshu, Japan’s main island.

    See the latest sake arrivals here.

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  • $39.00
    $35.10
    Shirakawa Onikoroshi Sake 1800ml Bottle

    Shirakawa Onikoroshi Sake 1800ml Bottle

    An easy-drinking entry level sake from Shirakawa in a 1.8 litre bottle.

    The Onikoroshi is full bodied and on the drier side.

    The rice polish ratio is 78% (that is, 78% of the original grain is left), which keeps a full texture.

    Best served room temperature or slightly cold.

    The Shirakawa brewery is located in the Nishigō village of the Nishishirakawa District on Honshu, Japan’s main island.

    See the latest sake arrivals here.

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  • $85.00
    $76.50
    Wakatsuru Junmai Oyamanishiki Sake 1800ml Bottle

    Wakatsuru Junmai Oyamanishiki Sake 1800ml Bottle

    A 1.8 litre bottle of the Oyamanishiki sake from from Wakatsuru brewery.

    This Oyamanishiki is a junmai (made with no added alcohol, only rice water and koji) and although the rice is polished to below 60 percent, the producer has not specified this as a ginjo.

    A drier style, there’s still a lot of fruit on the palate.

    The rice is polished to 55%.

    Best served chilled or room temperature and matches with rich dishes.

    The Wakatsuru brewery is located in the Tonami city of Toyama on Honshu, Japan’s main island.

    See the latest sake arrivals here.

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  • $95.00
    $85.50
    Wakatsuru Junmai Ginjo Kissui Sake 1800ml Bottle

    Wakatsuru Junmai Ginjo Kissui Sake 1800ml Bottle

    A 1.8 litre bottle of the Kussui sake from from Wakatsuru brewery.

    This Kissui is a junmai (made with no added alcohol, only rice water and koji) ginjo (with the rice polished to at least 60% of its original size).

    Slightly on the drier side, the rice is polished to 55%.

    Best served chilled or room temperature and matches a wide range of food.

    The Wakatsuru brewery is located in the Tonami city of Toyama on Honshu, Japan’s main island.

    See the latest sake arrivals here.

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  • $35.00
    $31.50
    Shirakawa Junmai Ginjyou Goheidon Sake

    Shirakawa Junmai Ginjyou Goheidon Sake

    A refreshing mild-dry sake from Shirakawa.

    The Goheidon is a junmai (made with no added alcohol, only rice water and koji) ginjo (with the rice polished to at least 60% of its original size).

    The rice polish ratio is 60%.

    Best served chilled or room temperature.

    The Shirakawa brewery is located in the Nishigō village of the Nishishirakawa District on Honshu, Japan’s main island.

    See the latest sake arrivals here.

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  • $55.00
    $49.50
    Wakatsuru Junmai Ginjo Kissui Sake

    Wakatsuru Junmai Ginjo Kissui Sake

    A full-bodied but still delicate sake from Wakatsuru brewery.

    This Kissui is a junmai (made with no added alcohol, only rice water and koji) ginjo (with the rice polished to at least 60% of its original size).

    Slightly on the drier side, the rice is polished to 55%.

    Best served chilled or room temperature and matches a wide range of food.

    The Wakatsuru brewery is located in the Tonami city of Toyama on Honshu, Japan’s main island.

    See the latest sake arrivals here.

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  • $49.00
    $44.10
    Wakatsuru Junmai Oyamanishiki Sake

    Wakatsuru Junmai Oyamanishiki Sake

    A fruity but dry sake from Wakatsuru brewery.

    This Oyamanishiki is a junmai (made with no added alcohol, only rice water and koji) and although the rice is polished to below 60 percent, the producer have not specified this as a ginjo.

    A drier style, there’s still a lot of fruit on the palate.

    The rice is polished to 55%.

    Best served chilled or room temperature and matches with rich dishes.

    The Wakatsuru brewery is located in the Tonami city of Toyama on Honshu, Japan’s main island.

    See the latest sake arrivals here.

    Read More 
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