Sake without boundaries
When you think of sake you probably don’t think of Oregon, but this sake comes straight out of the Pacific North West! The founder of SakéOne chose the specific location for its naturally filtered water that has low iron and magnesium, important for delicious sake. Momokawa Silver’s stimulating dryness is piqued by a nice mineral quality. The brewers use Calrose rice from Sacramento, which gives this sake a regional flare. Here’s to worldwide sake!
|Taste Profile||Rich & Dry|
- Not Recommended
Momokawa is made in Oregon state.
First established in 1992 as a premium Japanese sake importer, SakéOne began brewing sake in Forest Grove, Oregon, in 1997 using the pristine waters of Willamette Valley and exclusive rice produced in Sacramento Valley. Their indomitable spirit and dedication to brewing high-quality sake led them to become America’s first successful craft sake producer. Their current brewmaster, Takumi Kuwabara, brings a mixing of culture and a wealth of expertise in U.S. sake brewing to the table. With his specialization in premium and high-end sake, SakéOne is set to continue brewing loveable and exciting sake for years to come.Learn more
Tippsy Sake Club
Our sommelier will recommend sake according to your taste when you join Tippsy Sake Club. Also enjoy:
- Members-only prices
- Discounted shipping
- An exclusive sake cup with your first club order
- and more!