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Tatenokawa '18' Junmai Daiginjo Sake - 720 ml
Yamagata, Japan
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Masumi Sparkling Origarami Sake 375 ml - Single Bottle
Nagano, Japan
Masumi Sparkling Origarami Sake
Nagano, Japan

Frequently Asked Questions

Does Sake taste better hot or cold?

Although Sake is usually served warm, it’s also quite good either chilled, at room temperature or hot. Cheaper Sake is often warmed to disguise its low grade and Premium Sake is served chilled. Nonetheless, this is something you’ll probably want to experiment with.

What kind of food goes with Sake?

Sake is usually paired with sushi, ramen, tempura, and other Japanese foods. The multi-layered flavors of sweet, sour, salty, bitter, and umami make Thai food a great match for crisp and aromatic Sakes. For spicier dishes, choose a Sake with a hint of sweetness to temper the heat and a streak of acidity to highlight the top notes and bring balance to the bottom notes of the dish.

What is a good Sake for beginners?

Dassai 45 Junmai Daiginjo Sake is leaner and milder in style than the more premium '23'. Although sharing a similar flavour profile of fresh pear, steamed rice, cinnamon and ripe melon on the nose, followed by a sweet, soft, slightly spiced palate, providing simple pleasure with a clean finish.