TIPPSY SAKE BOX

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1. Choose your plan

Choose a subscription plan. There are discounts for 3, 6, 12 box pre-payment plans. Each bottle is worth $20–40 at restaurants. Free shipping!

Monthly Subscription Box

2. Schedule your box

Ships first week of the month. Change intervals on user portal anytime. You have control over how often you like to receive a box.

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3. Enjoy your sake

You will receive 3 x 10 oz mini bottles of unique sake that are hardly available at stores and restaurants. Learn about the bottle with product cards.

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$59per box
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$56per box
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Single Gift Sake Box

$59per box
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What is Tippsy Sake Box?

What’s in the June 2019 Box?

Available for the month of June, our Sake Box will feature the following: Makiri “Ex Dry,” a super-dry ginjo from Yamagata, Asabiraki “Suijin” made by an award-winning brewmaster and Dassai “50” Nigori, a premium nigori daiginjo from one of today’s most famous sake breweries in Japan.

Makiri “Ex Dry”

Ginjo

This sharp, super dry sake sports the name Makiri, which translates to “Demon Cutter.” Inspired by the blades of fishermen in Sakata City, which were said to dispel evil forces, Makiri will dispel bad energy from your soul and fill you with inner warmth. A superb sake that can be served hot or cold. Sake connoisseurs and amateurs alike will be impressed by this sake.

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Asabiraki “Suijin”

Junmai

Asabiraki’s brewmaster has won gold medals 12 years in a row at the Annual Japan Sake Awards. Suijin is of equal caliber. With a name meaning “Water God,” Suijin is powerful and smooth, like a water dragon coursing through a river. Suijin’s dry profile elevates any dish, making it the perfect sake to serve during any occasion. Try warming it up during cold days or chilling it for those hot summer days.

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Dassai “50” Nigori

Nigori

Flavor and aroma are both lively and refreshing. A junmai daiginjo nigori sake with expert balance between sweetness and dryness. Very creamy mouthfeel yet semi-dry, aromatic bright flavor profile. High-end nigori from the famous Dassai brand that you should definitely try if you are a fan of nigori sake.

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