Akashi Tai Junmai Daiginjo (Hyogo)
SMV: +3 Brewed using the top grade of the most highly prized Yamada Nishiki Rice growned in a district of Hyogo, an extra 2 months are devoted to nurturing this brew to completion, resulting in a sake that combines rich yet crisp flavours of lemondrops and bitter orange with a floral and fruity aroma.
Amabuki 40 Daiginjo (Saga)
SMV: +4. This brew is aged for two years at cold temperature before it was released to attain a perfect balance. You can expect a sweet nose of honeydew and white peach on the nose leading to a palate that is sweet and smooth with a mild acidity. Perfect for sipping, to pair with good company and long conversation
Amabuki 50 Junmai Daiginjo (Saga)
SMV: +5. Traditional Kimoto style brewing methods are used with Omachi rice and Rhodendendron flower yeast for this floral yet robust brew. Due to the Kimoto style method, this sake has a relatively acidic backbonewhich makes it enjoyable at both cold a nd warm temperatures. The ample umami makes it a great food sake
Amabuki Ichigo Junmai Ginjo Nama (Saga)
SMV: +1. Made with Omachi rice and unique strawberry yeast, this sake is an impressive one. The aroma is clearly derived from fruit, bright addictive. It is flavourful and full bodied, a mild sweetness balanced with mild acidity. It can be enjoyed chilled. at room temperature or slightly warmed.
Bijofu Junmai Daiginjo (Kochi)
SMV: +5 Well balanced character. The flavour offers an excellent balance of sweetness, acidity, richness and bitterness. Pleasant and rich finish with touches of nutty, chestnut scents in the background. A well rounded type of sake that one will keep on drinking.
Dassai 23 Junmai Daiginjo (Yamaguchi)
SMV: +4. This is the sake that defines Dassai, a top ranking brewer in Milled to 23, the highest degree of any sake in the world. Going to this extreme allows the brewers to create a sake that is the pinnacle of refined elegance. A fruity bouquet of apple, peach and nashi pear makes is a clean flavour with an ethereal aftertaste that combines the sweetness of fruit with a soft mellowness.
Dassai 39 Junmai Daiginjo (Yamaguchi)
SMV: +6 Once this elegant sip touches the tongue layers of fragrance opens up; soft, sweet scents of cotton candy, hints of bananas and japanese nashi pears. The mid palate delivers a crisp, clean and dry taste. Excellent harmony of flavour and scent with a short, clean finish.
Dassai 50 Junmai Daiginjo (Yamaguchi)
SMV: +3 Light, balanced, clean and easy drinking, this sake is a star. There are wonderful fruits on the palate without coming off too sweet. Pours with a clear body and strong legs. Honeyed fruit notes of white peach and strawberries with background notes of jasmine and ginger.
Gassan Green Tokubetsu Junmai (Saga)
SMV: +4 This junmai brew is full of umami and acidity. Enjoy the clean bright nose, slightly reminsicent of sauvignon blanc and cutted grass with a touch of honeydew and granny smith on the finish.
Gassan Pink Junmai Ginjo (Saga)
SMV: +2 Allow a few minutes for this sake to sit on the table before you take that first sip. The aroma blossoms out into a lovely bouquet of tropical fruits. You will notice banana and caramel on the palate and ripe honey mangos on the ending.
Gassan Red Junmai Daiginjo (Saga)
SMV: +2 Made with Kairyo Omachi rice, a hybrid of Kinki 33 and Hiba Omachi, this exceptional umami rich daiginjo has a bright aroma, hints of raisins on the mid palate and anise at the end.
Gazanryu Kisaragi Daiginjo (Yamagata)
SMV: +3. Gentle, settled note. Soft mouthfeel with light umami. Clear and fresh ending.
Houraisen Junma Daiginjo Nama (Aichi)
SMV: +1. A lovely sake with soft aromas of cotton candy or fruit lollies. Slight acidity and sweetness hits the palate first sip, the sweetness gets softer in the mid palate and even more toned in the finish. The aftertaste is clean, refreshing and rather short
Jikon Tokubetsu Junmai (Mie)
SMV: +1. Dark berries and spearmint on the nose with a very refreshing finish, good acidity and lingering astringency.
Miyoshikiku White Tokubetsu Junmai Nama (Tokushima)
SMV: +1 Tropical notes of muscat and pineapples are evident on both the palate and bouquet. This sake offers a well layered textural complexity and matches well with robust and spice driven flavours.
Sakemirai Junmai Ginjo (Yamagata)
There is a lovely bonquet of apples, and a pleasant ricey sweetness. A very well balanced sake, faint pepper notes lingering on the finish.
Sawahime Ginjo (Tochigi)
SMV: +4. Stone fruits and fresh minerality on the nose. Clean, bright acidity on the finish balance the rich, earthy flavours of locally cultivated Hitogokochi rice.
Sawahime Red Junmai Yamahai Nama (Tochigi)
SMV: +1. Rich, diverse and intense but yet scores brilliantly on the drinkability factor. An exceedingly clean yamahai with texturual complexity given that it's undiluted and unpasteurized.
Shichida Junmai Ginjo ( Saga )
SMV: +1. Another gold medal winner from the Shichida brewery; Junmaishu Awards in Japan and US Sake National Sake Appraisal. Its medium body, heavy umami and mild sweetness perfectly harmonizes with its savoury finish.
Tamagawa Junmai Ginjo (Kyoto)
SMV: +4. The junmai ginjo version with its mellow aromatic nose drinks well cold. It h
Tsukino Katsura Junmai (Kyoto)
SMV: -. This junmai has a medium body and umami richness. It is both refreshing and flavourful and goes down clean with a lingering nutty after taste.
Tsukino Katsura Junmai Ginjo (Kyoto)
SMV: +2. The nose is a basket filled with strawberries, banana and citrus fruit. Yanagi is a very light and fruitu, filled with incredible flavour like crisp packham pear, cucumber and hides a deep sweetness.
Yamamoto Blue Junmai Ginjo Nama (Akita)
SMN: +1. It offers an alluring and gorgeous bonquet with a very clear and fine grained palate with a strikingly sedutive acidity.
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