TIPPSY SAKE BOX

Unique experience & flexible schedule

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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.

Monthly Subscription Box

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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$52per box
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$49per box
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Single Gift Sake Box

$59per box
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What’s in the August 2019 Box?

Now available! The August box will feature the following sake: Jinyu “100 Poems” from Nabedana, Urakasumi “Junmai” from Saura, and Sawanotsuru “Jitsuraku” from Sawanotsuru. All of these breweries have a history rooted in the late 17th and 18th centuries. Feel and taste tradition!

Jinyu “100 Poems”

Ginjo

This sake is named after a poetry compilation from the 13th century by Ono no Komachi. Like the poetry, this sake is deep and rich. The sake’s complexity matches the intricacies the poetess put in to her writing. The Yamadanishiki rice produces a delicate blend of savory and acidic. Give a nod to Ono no Komachi, depicted on the bottle, every time you have a glass.

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Urakasumi “Junmai”

Junmai

Saura has been creating quality sake since 1724, and even offered sacred sake to Shiogama Jinja, a prestigious shrine in northern Japan. The tradition of great taste continues with this sweet junmai. There is a sourness to the sweetness, much like biting into a juicy citrus fruit, like a tangerine. If you’d like more umami, try warming this sake up, and don’t forget to stop and smell the hypnotizing aroma.

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Sawanotsuru “Jitsuraku”

Junmai

Brewed using the difficult kimoto technique, which takes longer, but adds rich complexity to the naturally clean, dry taste. Jitsuraku’s medium body is permeated with an excellent earthy quality, and goes down smooth. Watch for very subtle salty undertones and a cheeky rice finish. A wonderful brew that honors the Earth it came from.

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