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Doragon Sake

(70cl, 14%)

Doragon Sake

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Doragon Sake Bottling Note

A Futsuu-shu Sake that's popular in the UK and, surprisingly, is produced in the Netherlands. This Japanese-style rice wine won a Silver Medal at the International Wine & Spirit Competition in 2011.

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Doragon Sake Reviews

Great entry level

This was the first sake i ever tried. Pretty bitter and low quality rice used. I dont advise drinking this chilled.
Recommend you drink this at 35-40 degree (c) for a smooth "authentic" taste, which makes up for the quality.
Its cheap and cheerful so worth trying for yourself before you shun it

27th October 2020


Awful, how did this win an award? Tastes of artificial esters and vinegar. I poured most of this bottle down the drain.

20th May 2020

Very harsh taste. The worst Sake I’ve ever tried.

The taste is very harsh and bitter, there are so many smoother and better Sake’s available.

17th May 2020


It may not be sake, but it is an interesting enough drink. If you like tart umami flavours then this is for you. Chilled it resembles a bitter liquorish. Quite noice, although it really should be rebranded.

19th September 2018

Nasty stuff. Try the kobe sake at M&S :-)

Popular in the uk? I find that hard to believe unless its purely on the basis of one of the few available in a large supermarket chain. Came back from Japan to try it and it aint sake.

17th April 2018

spare your tastebuds

I bought this today since it was on sale in Auchan due to the chinese new year. While it smells like the homebrew rice wine my parents tastes..horrid.
There's initial sourness that fades right away and is replaced by a really unpleasant bitter vodka taste...

I bought it because I hoped it'd be sake, it's not. I never had sake before and I know this isn't it...I'll stick to Choya ume wine...

16th February 2018

Horrible! Definitely NOT sake.

I used to drink this until in 2013 when the taste drastically changed. I can see why it won an award in 2011, but now it tastes pretty unpleasant. It has a very sweet smell, tastes of vinegar ( with a hint of apple and pears) along with a horrid sharp bitter aftertaste.

4th December 2017


I've lived in Tokyo and Vancouver for many years and THIS IS NOT SAKE!!! It tastes like dry cider and leaves a very unpleasant aftertaste. Definitely not for serving warm with sushi

22nd March 2017

Avoid this Sake like the Plague!

I love Sake and have tasted the best and worst on the market! MOM this is one to remove from your selection. It is an aweful Sake! I have brewed Sake at home and got better results than this! I don't know how this won an award, they must have been bribed. If you have never tried Sake DO NOT drink this one, will put you off for life. Sake is amazing and some taste like fresh honeydew melon!

21st February 2016

Would only use for cooking

Overly harsh, terrible taste, only softened by serving at slightly higher than normal temperature. Far inferior to standard japanese sakes. Absolutely not worth the price. Could use to make teriaki sauce, however.

7th August 2013

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