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!
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SakéOne has been brewing premium sake longer since 1998. The brewery’s prime location in Oregon’s wine country provides it with pristine water perfect for crafting premium sake. But natural ingredients aren’t the only thing that makes a drinkable sake. The brewery’s dedication quality and the seasoned hands of the brewers themselves is what makes SakéOne stand out. The skill and love coming out of SakéOne is a driving force behind the spread of sake in the United States, and they show no signs of stopping anytime soon.
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