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What’s in the April 2019 Box?

Available until 4/15, April Sake Box will feature the following: Okunomatsu “Ginjo” from the brewery who won gold awards at Japan National Sake Appraisal for ten consecutive years, Mizubasho “Ginjo,” a clean and refreshing ginjo from Gunma and Tamajiman “Junmai Daiginjo,” a light and winsome daiginjo from Tokyo that’s only available at Tippsy!

Okunomatsu “Ginjo”

Ginjo

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.

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Mizubasho “Ginjo”

Ginjo

Mizubasho is brewed from water that began as snow and rainfall that was then filtered slowly through the ground before being pumped up in Kawaba, a small village. Like the distance traveled by the water, drinking Mizubasho takes you on a journey. From the heady, mixed-fruit aroma to the perfect amounts of umami and dryness, this sake is sure to satisfy. Be sure to relish the flavor by serving chilled.

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Tamajiman “Junmai Daiginjo”

Daiginjo

Tamajiman aims high, and proudly hits its mark. Brewed using underground mineral water from the Tama River, this sake is a swirling mix of flavors. Zesty at once, then sudden splashes of an almost almond-like flavor, a whirl of fruit, and finally, a nice dry finish. Like the river it comes from, Tamajiman takes delightful twists and turns, making each sip a wonderful adventure.

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