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Tippsy Sake Club is Tippsy’s subscription-based membership program. Club members receive Sake Box, a tasting kit of six curated 300-milliliter mini-bottles, every three months. Members also have access to member discounts and exclusive member-only events. Moreover, shipping is free for club members. Benefits will end upon cancellation of membership.*Member discounts are not available on orders that include the Tippsy Sake Club membership or Gift Box.
Sake Box is one of the most notable membership benefits of Tippsy Sake Club. It includes six carefully curated 10 oz. mini bottles of premium sake, complete with educational content to help you enjoy each unique sake, a beginner’s guide booklet, sake information cards, and links to virtual tasting videos. The shipping cycle for Sake Box is March, June, September and December.
You can choose from three different plans. The four-season plan offers the most savings with an upfront payment of $372 compared to the basic subscription ($99) every three months. All of our plans automatically renew after each payment cycle. Charges are incurred at the time of purchase and automatically renewed on the first of the shipping cycle month (March, June, September, December) after the last paid period. Learn more about our subscription plans and how to get your first box.
You can select one of our Gift Sake Boxes or Mini-Bottle Gift Set for a one-time payment with no auto-renewal. A digital gift card is also a great option for giving the gift of sake!
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Some sake bottles come in individual boxes, but we consolidate and carefully package bottles into special shipping boxes with inserts to secure your sake and insure cost-effective shipping to your home.
Team Tippsy is so excited to share premium Japanese sake with you! Our unique metrics feature information on sake characteristics, tasting notes and recommended food pairings to help you select bottles and discover new flavors. There are so many ways to get connected! Join our community of sake enthusiasts, attend exclusive member-only events for virtual tastings and brewery tours/talks, and read our blog for sake tips and etiquette, trends in brewing, and more!
To preserve the quality of the sake, we recommend that nama (unpasteurized sake) and sake with a high-polishing ratio like ginjo and daiginjo be refrigerated upon receipt. Sake doesn’t have expiration dates listed on the bottles (the date marked on the bottle is its bottling date), but most can maintain its quality and flavor in the refrigerator for up to one year. Generally, sake with a low-polishing ratio like junmai and honjozo can hold at room temperature for several months. However, it’s still best to keep everything refrigerated, as well as after opening to maintain the sake’s quality and taste for 3–7 days.You can read more about storing sake in our Sake Guide, and if you have any questions about a specific sake brew, don’t hesitate to ask!
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