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Sake

Sake is a Japanese fermented beverage made from rice. In England we may refer to it as rice wine, though its brewing process more closely resembles that of beer than wine. Shuzo kotekimai (sake rice) is used to make Sake, and the grains are larger then the standard rice eaten in Japan. The starch is in the middle of the grain, so the rice may be polished to remove the bran in a bid to create superior flavours. Various designations of Sake exist, and they are defined by the levels of polishing the rice undergoes, as well as the percentages of different types of rice.

Akashi-Tai Daiginjo Genshu (30cl)

30cl, 17%
Akashi-Tai

This sake was made from Yamadanishiki rice grown in Hyogo Prefecture, with a milling rate of 38%. There was no alcohol added during the production process, and it has been bottled at 17% ABV (very…  More info

Akashi-Tai Daiginjo Genshu (30cl)
$18.55

Akashi-Tai Daiginjo Genshu (72cl)

72cl, 17%
Akashi-Tai

Akashi Tai Junmai Daiginjo Genshu is a medium bodied sake made from Yamadanishiki rice grown in Hyogo Prefecture, with a milling rate of 38%. No alcohol is added during the production process. This…  More info

Akashi-Tai Daiginjo Genshu (72cl)
$37.14

Akashi-Tai Honjozo Genshu Tokubetsu (30cl)

30cl, 19%
Akashi-Tai

A smaller bottle of Akashi-Tai's popular Honjozo Genshu Tokubetsu sake, made with gohyakumangoku rice. Excellent stuff from one of the most well-known sake brewers in Japan.  More info

Akashi-Tai Honjozo Genshu Tokubetsu (30cl)
$13.08

Akashi-Tai Honjozo Kuro

72cl, 15%
Akashi-Tai

Another superb sake from Akashi-Tai, Honjozo Kuro is a slightly lighter style of sake than others from the brewery. Best served at room temperature, the crisp, dry expression ought to make a lovely…  More info

Akashi-Tai Honjozo Kuro
$19.64

Akashi-Tai Honjozo Tokubetsu

30cl, 15%
Akashi-Tai

Part of Akashi-Tai's connoisseur range, this edition of Honjozo Tokubetsu was crafted with Gohyakumangoku rice milled down to just 60% of its original size. Enjoyably refreshing and flavoursome, this…  More info

Akashi-Tai Honjozo Tokubetsu
$11.99

Akashi-Tai Junmai Daiginjo Genshu (30cl)

30cl, 16%
Akashi-Tai

A medium-bodied sake made only in the mid-late winter months from 100% Yamadanishiki rice grown in the Hyogo district, with a milling rate of 38%. Two full months are dedicated to crafting this sake…  More info

Akashi-Tai Junmai Daiginjo Genshu (30cl)
$20.73

Akashi-Tai Junmai Daiginjo Genshu (72cl)

72cl, 16%
Akashi-Tai

The folks at Akashi-Tai dedicate two whole months to crafting this medium-bodied sake until it is completed. It is made only in the mid-late winter months from 100% Yamadanishiki rice grown in the…  More info

Akashi-Tai Junmai Daiginjo Genshu (72cl)
$40.42

Akashi-Tai Junmai Sparkling Sake

30cl, 7%
Akashi-Tai

Sparkling sake! From top producer Akashi-Tai comes this fascinating drink, bottled at 7% abv.  More info

Akashi-Tai Junmai Sparkling Sake
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$13.68

Akashi-Tai Junmai Tokubetsu

30cl, 15%
Akashi-Tai

The Tokubetsu Junmai is made with 100% Yamadanishiki rice grown in Hyogo prefecture which is polished until only 60% of the grain is left. A traditional brew, it has a full bodied flavour profile and…  More info

Akashi-Tai Junmai Tokubetsu
$16.04

Akashi-Tai Junmai Tokubetsu (72cl)

72cl, 15%
Akashi-Tai

This full bodied Tokubetsu Junmai is made with 100% Yamadanishiki rice grown in Hyogo prefecture, with a milling rate of 60%. A traditional brew with a clean aroma - now available in a 72cl bottle,…  More info

Akashi-Tai Junmai Tokubetsu (72cl)
$26.20

Doragon Sake

70cl, 14%
Doragon

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.  More info

Doragon Sake
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$15.03

Fukukomachi Awakening Sake

50cl, 25%
Fukukomachi

A multi-award-winning sake, Awakening is the only distilled alcohol from the Kimura company, better known for creating soft drinks and syrups in its native Japan. It was bottled at 25% ABV under the…  More info

Fukukomachi Awakening Sake
$75.43

Île Four Junmai Daiginjo Sake

72cl, 16%
Île Four

A rather special limited edition sake from Île Four, Junmai Daiginjo is made with Yamadanishiki rice, with a high polishing rate of over 50%, for a cleaner flavour profile. It goes through a lengthy…  More info

Île Four Junmai Daiginjo Sake
$42.61

Île Four Momo Peach Sake

50cl, 12.5%
Île Four

A fabulously fruity sake from Île Four, dubbed Momo! The name is a reference to the Japanese legend of Momotaro, a boy who was sent from heaven in a peach and fought a few demons. While this sake…  More info

Île Four Momo Peach Sake
$25.11

Île Four Premium Junmai Sake

72cl, 15.5%
Île Four

A brilliant sake from Île Four, which means "four islands", a reference to to the four Japanese main islands of Honshu, Shikoku, Kyushu and Hokkaido. Though there's only four ingredients, sake rice,…  More info

Île Four Premium Junmai Sake
$27.35

Île Four Ume Plum Sake

50cl, 12%
Île Four

A fruity, floral sake from Île Four, Ume Plum is made with... Well, yeah. Fairly obvious. However, while it is often called a plum, in fact it's actually more closely related to the apricot! Perhaps…  More info

Île Four Ume Plum Sake
$25.11

Île Four Yuzu Sake (1.8L)

180cl, 10.5%
Île Four

A big ol' bottle of the wonderful Yuzu Sake from Île Four, holding 1.8 litres of the fantastic tipple! Perfect if you're hosting a dinner party or something of that ilk.  More info

Île Four Yuzu Sake (1.8L)
$76.52

Kanpai Fizu Sparkling Sake

38cl, 11.5%
Kanpai

Fizu sake from Kanpai, the UK's first sake brewery. Fizu sure does sound a lot like fizzy, and it just so happens that this sake is sparkling! This unique tipple is also hopped, and works very well…  More info

Kanpai Fizu Sparkling Sake
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$16.36

Kita No Homare Gold Flake Sake

72cl, 16%
Kita No Homare

This glitzy sake is the work of Kita No Homare, produced on Hokkaido, one of Japan’s main islands. The Junmai-Daiginjo sake is produced with polished rice and water from the Okusawa stream, so it's…  More info

Kita No Homare Gold Flake Sake
$51.37

Samurai Junmai Genshu Sake

72cl, 18%
Samurai

This bright bottle holds a Junmai Genshu sake from Samurai, with Junmai meaning that it is a pure rice sake, and Genshu meaning that no water has been added. The result is a flavoursome, well-rounded…  More info

Samurai Junmai Genshu Sake
$37.14

Soto Sake

72cl, 15.5%
Soto Sake

Say hello to Soto Sake, with Soto meaning 'Outside' in Japanese, it's suitably inspired by the natural world. It blends together finely polished rice along with mountain water from the Niigata…  More info

Soto Sake
$40.42

Akashi-Tai Daiginjo

72cl, 17%
Akashi-Tai

A full-bodied Sake from top producer Akashi-Tai. This offers flavours of white flowers and honey, as well as spice. This is great served chilled as an aperitif, or also as an accompaniment for sea…  More info

Akashi-Tai Daiginjo
$35.37

Akashi-Tai Daiginjo (1.8L)

180cl, 17%
Akashi-Tai

This is a 1.8 litre bottling of Akashi-Tai's Daiginjo Sake, which offers up waves of floral intensity, honey, pear and a touch of spice. Great for accompanying sea food, and also works well as an…  More info

Akashi-Tai Daiginjo (1.8L)

Akashi-Tai Daiginjo 30cl

30cl, 17%
Akashi-Tai

A Daiginjo Sake, made using Yamada Nishiki rice which is grown in the Hyogo Prefecture. The master brewer watches over the koji (rice which has mold cultivated in it to aid fermentation) for 72…  More info

Akashi-Tai Daiginjo 30cl
$18.42

Akashi-Tai Daiginjo Genshu (30cl, 16%)

30cl, 16%
Akashi-Tai

Akashi Tai Junmai Daiginjo Genshu is a sake that was made from Yamadanishiki rice that had a milling rate of 38% that was grown in Hyogo Prefecture. There was no alcohol added during the production…  More info

Akashi-Tai Daiginjo Genshu (30cl, 16%)
$19.51

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