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Japan is renowned for its delicious plums. Samurai were said to have eaten Japanese plums to keep up their stamina and help recover after battle. The bottles in this gift set all sport Japanese plums as a key ingredient in the making. The pairing of plums and sake is meant to be, with the plum adding just the right amount of sweetness and smoothness. One bottle in this set even contains whole plums floating in the sake. And yes, you can eat them! Get this as a gift for someone in your life with a samurai spirit.
The box includes Nanbu Bijin “Plum Sake,” Choya “Plum Wine” (with fruit), Sawanotsuru “Plum Sake” and information cards for each bottle.
Nanbu Bijin “Plum Sake”
Choya “Plum Wine” (with fruit)
Sawanotsuru “Plum Sake”
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I love sake, but I’ll be honest: until recently, I didn’t know much about it besides for the very basics….In the same way that there are many different kinds of wine and words to help you navigate the bottles you like best, there are lots of different kinds of sake, too.
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Sake is the identity, the DNA of Japan. It is proudly local, yet it has the potential of being universal and speaking to the diverse cultures of the world and their great cuisines. I believe the capacities of sake are immense, and that it rightly deserves to be internationally perceived on a par with wine at its highest.
Sake is a captivating and diverse beverage. Any wine, beer or cocktail enthusiast will find much to appreciate in this rapidly developing beverage category.
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