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Experience Saga’s bountiful nature represented by this trio. Being the smallest in size and population out of all the prefectures in Kyushu Island, and known for their long history of ceramics, they have a tight camaraderie of sake and shochu makers within the prefecture. Sake from Saga are known for being junmai type with no additives, having unique and heartwarming expressions of each individual brewery.
The box includes Azumaichi “Junmai,” Amabuki “Gin no Kurenai,” Shichida “Junmai” and information cards for each bottle.
Amabuki “Gin no Kurenai”
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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.
Tippsy is a trip to Tokyo in a box. You will experience authentic Japanese craftsmanship in your living room, and change the way you and your friends think about sake.
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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