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This sake is brewed using precious heirloom Omachi rice, which creates a more layered depth of flavor. This kind of rice is hard to polish to 50%, but the effort is worth it. Koimari “Tropical” Junmai Daiginjo transports you to a relaxing island getaway with its juicy texture and notes of pineapple and mango. Try serving this sake on the rocks or even in a cocktail for some next- level vacation vibes.
Koimari is made in
Located in Imari, Saga prefecture, the owners transformed their kimono fabric shop into a sake brewery in 1909. They are also known for Imari porcelain, which was exported from Imari Port to Europe during the 17th century. The brewery’s tradition of passion and excellence has led to their sake selection having a little something to please every sake enthusiast. From classic, dry sake to fragrant, modern brews, their dedication shines through in all their creations. The brewers hope their sake can bring a smile to anyone’s lips, and they continue to refine their skills to achieve that goal.
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