Suigei “Tokubetsu Junmai” with ceramic sakazuki, served with toridango nabe

Warm & Cozy Set

$49.40member price

Cozy brings out the sweet side

Warming up sake at home adds many layers of fun! Even though this sake is delicious chilled, it will reveal a whole new side when warmed. This is due to mellowing out the edginess and bringing out the umami and the sweetness that lies within. There’s likely a temperature range that hits the sweet spot for you, and the different textures of sake ware add another layer to appreciate sake.

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Sorisakazuki Cup With White Swirl

(Please note that the color may vary depending on product availability)

2.1 fl oz × 2

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Keeping it casual

It’s as easy as filling your favorite glass. (Or shop our sake ware collection for more options!)

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Drink sake at different temperatures for exciting new tasting experiences.

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profile picture Hannah Loewentheil

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.

Hannah Loewentheil

Contributor at Buzzfeed

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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.

Justin Waldron

Co-founder of Zynga and

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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.

Richard Geoffroy

Former cellar master for Dom Pérignon Champagne, founder of IWA Sake

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Sake is a captivating and diverse beverage. Any wine, beer or cocktail enthusiast will find much to appreciate in this rapidly developing beverage category.

Stephen Allison

Contributor at Drinkhacker

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