The Heavensake brand is a collab between french cellar master Regis Camus and some top tier Japanese Breweries. In this case, Konishi Sake Brewery out of Itami City Hyogo Prefecture. This junmai is distinguished by it’s lower ABV – just 12%. It is therefore lighter-bodied but the smooth and gentle rice, cocoa and nutty aroma […]
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The Heavensake brand is a collab between french cellar master Regis Camus and some top tier Japanese Breweries. In this case, Saura Shuzo of Urakasumi-brand fame. This Junmai Ginjo is a dream for pairing with seafood. Smooth and medium-bodied, the relatively clean finish cleanses the palate and has just a hint of umami for bringing […]
The Heavensake brand is a collab between french cellar master Regis Camus and some top tier Japanese Breweries. In this case, Asahi Shuzo of Dassai-brand fame. This elegant junmai daiginjo more than lives up to what you would expect from Dassai. Velvety smooth with a restrained and elegant richness, Some tropical fruits and white flower […]
Fall Release Junmai
This Kokuryu “Kuzuryu” Enter Sake Junmai is from Richie Hawtin’s Enter Sake Line. A luscious and full bodied junmai. beautifully crafted and smooth with no rough-rice taste.
This Junmai Daiginjo produced for the Enter Sake project is lightly fruity and elegant.
This Junmai produced for the Enter Sake project is full and smooth with a sharp finish.
Aramasa Next Five Enter Sake Junmai Daiginjo is an exceptionally unique sake that is brewed using the kimoto method which is then fermented in a cedar cask and aged in oak after fermentation. As you can imagine, this makes for a unique taste. I found this sake tasted of deep dark cherry, but also with […]
A bright and full sake from Richie Hawtin’s Enter Sake Line. Sookuu Enter Sake Junmai is available in the U.S. in two sizes, 500ml and 1.8L. More acidic than overtly dry.
A lightly dry honjozo sake from Richie Hawtin’s Enter Sake Line. This Enter Sake Black Dot Honjozo has hints of fruit create a back note but a nice acidity is present. Just a bit of a lingering finish. Enjoy this sake chilled or warm.
Aroma with hints of Muscat grape. Lingering finish. melon and pear on the palate. Elegant with a subtle overall richness
Our friend Chizuko-Niikawa-Helton of SakeDiscoveries.com is a famous Sake Sommelier and a fan of “cup sake”. I recently caught up with Chizuko-san at the beautiful
The refreshing sweet aroma reminds you young greens. It has very unique acidity and bitterness. Well balanced and very dry sake.
Go Riki! Go Riki! Full, robust and rich flavor. not shy – quite forthcoming!
dry and balanced.
Fresh and bright with fantastic balance. A wonderful sake.
Dry with Umami – clean finish with gentle rice notes and a bit of sharpness. delicious.
extremely elegant. Nice gentle acidity.
melon-y Fruity aromas with a touch of floral perfume. Overall medium-bodied with a nuanced richness. Well crafted sake to enjoy from a wine glass.
Just a hint of earthiness in this sake. Not dry, and not overtly sweet either. good body.
Rich and full-bodied Junmai from Tokyo. Deeper flavor.
Hints of mushroom and umami with a nutty finish. Serve warm or chilled.
Round and Smooth with a clean finish.
Light and airy on the palate. Mellow body and restrained aromatics.
Lucious and flavorful and hints of sweetness with enough acidity to bring balance.
Exceedingly dry with a distinct bitter aftertaste.
Clean and smooth with gentle melon notes.
Enjoy this sake warm or chilled. Soft on the palate with a super dry finish. loads of super food friendly gentle umami from that Gohyakumangoku rice.
Wonderful traces of Umami across the palate in the more delicate expression of Kimoto. Deftly balanced and delicious.
Fresh, bright and easy drinking. Notes of apple and pear on the palate.
This is a good sake – the body is rich, full and a bit juicy but then tapers off to a dry finish. Not shy and really engaging.
Super cute nightingale label from Fukuoka.
Super cute nightingale label from Fukuoka. Smooth, fruity and engaging.
The bottle label was designed by well known Japanese artist Mr. Tsurutaro Kataoka.
Rich and weighty with a hint of color. I wanted to eat grilled food when trying this sake.
Sake from the only Sake Brewery in Kagoshima Prefecture.
Sake from the only Sake Brewery in Kagoshima Prefecture.
Rough and ready honjozo from Okinawa
casual and ricey cute sake cup with the Sanomaru character on the front! His hat is a ramen bowl.
Lightly jammy and bright on the palate with an herbaceous undercurrent. Gentle and evocative aroma of melon and green grape. Not a rice bomb at all for those super earthy omachi fans out there, but exceedingly enjoyable.
Dry junmai from Niigata with a hint of a creamy texture. Overall clean and light in a classic niigata style. medium finish. Some pear, dried fruit and steamed rice notes on the nose.
Really dry. Niigata “Bigfoot / Abominable Snowman” sake. The cutest character on the label!
Tasting note from Sake One: Immediate enjoyment delivered by delightful tropical notes with melon, lightly floral aromatics, and a medium body that is refreshing and clean, with honeydew and lychee on the palate.
Dry, layered full-bodied genshu junmai. Nose full of grains and rice. Made with Yamadanishiki but doesn’t taste like it.
From the first brewery in Yamagata to produce only Junmai Daiginjo sakes. This is the “nakadori” (middle pressing) Junmai Daiginjo made with Dewasansan sake rice. The Middle or Nakadori pressing is viewed as the most prized. This sake is rich and juicy, with a hint of cherry. There is a gentle sweetness on the palate […]
This premium sparking sake uses an in-bottle fermentation to achieve a natural CO2 sparkle. We could consider this a a sake variant of the “champange method”. After pressure is achieved, the bottles are inverted over time to collect the yeast in the neck of the bottle, then the bottles are quickly disgorged and resealed to […]
This Junmai Ginjo sake is aged for 3 years in tank at the Hakkaisan “Yuki Muro” building. This is a large snow storage cellar at the hakkaisan brewery. Using 1,000 tons of snow, the sake tanks sit along side the snow pile in a large insulated room. The cold from the snow alone chills the […]
This sake is earth and warming and perfect for serving at Okan temperatures. pair with hearty food and be amazed.
Lightly fruity with minerality and a clean finish