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Your First Box

A look at what’s to come

Let’s step into the world of sake and taste the possibilities. We’ve carefully chosen 10-oz. mini bottles to represent the wide selection found across Japan, including “Jozen” from the famous rice-producing region of Niigata, “Suigei” from Kochi—where they’re known for dry sake—and “Kudoki Jozu” by a brewery that excels in ginjo-grade sake. You’ll also sample “Tozai” from one of Japan’s sake capitals and bottles from two of Japan’s most sought-after breweries—“Dassai” and “Nanbu Bijin.”

Vessel, temperature and pairings
Michinoku Onikoroshi “Honjozo”

Nanbu Bijin “Tokubetsu Junmai”

Junmai | From Iwate

Nanbu Bijin’s staple “Tokubetsu Junmai” was long known in the U.S. as the one with the butterflies on the label. As the 2017 International Wine Challenge Champion sake, it has graced many national and international dining scenes with its versatility, approachability and honesty in expressing regionality using locally-grown sake rice called Ginotome. Make sure to pause and enjoy its enticing aroma. (300ml bottle)

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Kudoki Jozu “Junmai Ginjo”

Junmai Ginjo | From Yamagata

From a brewery founded in 1875 that focuses all its resources on creating just ginjo-grade sake, Kudoki Jozu “Junmai Ginjo” boasts its extremely sweet aromas of green apple that finishes on lingering flowery notes. Its gorgeous fragrance and disarming sweetness will melt your heart so much you’ll be addicted at first taste. It’s perfect on its own and also fits with light appetizers, salad and fruits. (300ml bottle)

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Kudoki Jozu “Junmai Ginjo”
Jozen “Aged”

Jozen “Aged”

Junmai Ginjo | From Niigata

A re-imagination of one of Japan’s most drinkable sake. This beefed-up version has a nose rich with the scent of plums, cherries and raisins, and a bolder, fatter, drier body. Once aged for six months, now this sake is aged for a whole year to smooth out the dry fruit flavor. You could say older is better, and for this sake you’d be right. (300ml bottle)

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Tozai “Snow Maiden”

Nigori | From Kyoto

This sake is named after Hanako, or “Flower Maiden,” the most famous Japanese koi fish that lived for 226 years in the snowy, icy waters at the foot of Japan’s Mt. Ontake. Snow Maiden’s creamy texture befits its name and has a surprising yet pleasurable dryness for a nigori. The exceptional, vibrant aromas are a prelude to the ricey, fruity flavor combination that graces the palate with each sip. (300ml bottle)

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Tozai “Snow Maiden”
Suigei “Tokubetsu Junmai”

Suigei “Tokubetsu Junmai”

Junmai | From Kochi

Suigei, meaning Drunken Whale, is named after a warlord in Kochi prefecture in the Edo period who loved eating and drinking. Suigei Brewing Company aims to create sake that pairs perfectly with any dishes on the dinner table. They’ve achieved their goal with the versatility which brings a reserved ricey nose and milder umami with pleasant acidity when slightly chilled, and richer flavors with longer aftertaste when slightly warmed. (300ml bottle)

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Dassai “45”

Junmai Daiginjo | From Yamaguchi

Asahi Shuzo Co., Ltd., the maker of Dassai, is known for leading the premium sake category with its leadership and innovation. With their continued commitment to quality, they have renewed their popular Dassai “50” with an even higher rice polishing ratio, Dassai “45.” Enjoy this delicate brew carefully crafted with fruity floral aromas on the nose and a soft, clean finish. A must-try staple for yourself and your friends. (300ml bottle)

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Dassai “45”
Sake 101: The Tippsy Sake Guide

Sake 101: The Tippsy Sake Guide

Because sake can be as complex as wine, your first box comes with an easy-to-read beginner’s guide to get you started. You’ll get a comprehensive look at sake’s rich history, brewing process, regional nuances, flavors and aromas—and even learn about serving temperatures and food pairings to enhance your home tasting experience.

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