Dassai “50”

Yamaguchi Prefecture

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Nothing puts a smile on your face faster

The Asahi Shuzo brewery took a gamble when it restructured to focus solely on Junmai Daiginjo sake, but the gamble paid off and brought us this delightful sake. Thanks to them you can now try high quality sake at a reasonable price. Dassai 50 holds its own even against pricier Junmai Daiginjos. With engaging flavors and easy pair-ability its no wonder that this sake is popular in Japan and the U.S. The fragrance puts a smile on your face, but the flavor will have you beaming from ear to ear. (Dassai “50” has been discontinued in 2019 and Dassai “45” is now available)


Taste Profile
Light & Dry

Values listed are at the time of production.

Serving Temperature

  • Recommended
  • Not Recommended


Dassai is brewed in Yamaguchi Prefecture in the Chugoku region.

Taste Metrics

Tasting Notes

  • Orange
  • Clove
  • Toasted Malt

Recommended Pairing

  • Meat
  • Sushi/Sashimi
  • Fish
Asahi Brewing Company (Dassai)

Asahi Shuzo Co., Ltd. (Dassai)

Asahi Shuzo Co., Ltd. (Dassai)

Yamaguchi Prefecture

An almost-bankrupt small brewery with 200-year history with declining sales abandons mass-produced brand "Asahi Fuji" and re-focus all its company-resources to create the best “Daiginjo” grade sake. Dassai brand achieved the highest milling rate of rice and rebuilt the perception for sake both in Japan and in the world. They reinvented the traditional sake-making and started year-round production in an effort to provide freshest sake possible to consumers. The aromatic notes and delicate flavors of Dassai are what made a use of wine glass common for drinking sake.

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