TIPPSY SAKE BOX

Unique experience & flexible schedule

Monthly Subscription Box ($49/box) - 12

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 ($49/box) - 12

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 ($49/box) - 12

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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What’s in the November 2019 Box?

Now available! The November box features the following sake: Tatenokawa “Nakadori,” a mellow daiginjo with gentle aromas of pear, apple and cherry; Hakkaisan “Junmai Ginjo,” a classic light and dry Niigata sake; and Nanbu Bijin “Tokubetsu Junmai,” a winsome junmai with zesty orange flavor that flutters on the taste buds.

Tatenokawa “Nakadori”

Daiginjo

Tatenokawa “Nakadori” is made using the part of the sake mash that provides a divine balance between the aroma and the flavor. Tatenokawa Brewing Company’s aim to brew a soft sake is fully realized in this mellow junmai daiginjo. The gentle aromas of pear, apple and even cherry draw you in from the first whiff and aren’t cloying in the slightest. The flavor is a lazy swirling of sweet and acidic that washes into a nice round finish. The brewers recommend drinking this sake at around 60 degree...

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Hakkaisan “Junmai Ginjo”

Ginjo

Hakkaisan’s signature junmai ginjo is blessed with a wonderful crispness like a cool, brisk morning. A quick sniff evokes floral scents as if you’ve just stepped into a lavish garden. With a clean, gentle rice flavor and a dash of dryness, this sake is a must try. Every swig is polished off with an ardent finish that just might turn you into a sake fanatic, exactly what you’d expect from a high-quality sake.

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Nanbu Bijin “Tokubetsu Junmai”

Junmai

Nanbu Bijin translates to “Southern Beauty,” and the flavor of the sake holds true to the name. It excites the palate with a zesty orange flavor that flutters on the taste buds. Warming it up mellows the tastes, while chilling sharpens its characteristics. Pause to relish in its rejuvenating aroma before taking a sip. Nanbu Bijin comes with bold red butterflies on the label to remind you of its distinct taste.

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