Sake took a few hundred years to develop after rice was first cultivated in Japan over 2000 years ago. Also referred to as a Japanese rice wine, Sake is made by fermenting rice that has been polished to remove the bran. In Japan, sake is served chilled (reishu 冷酒), at room temperature (jōon 常温 or hiya 冷や), or heated (atsukan 熱燗), depending on the preference of the drinker, the quality of the sake, and the season.
Try our Saku Hana (Blooming Flower), warm sake infused with sweet citrus flavours and aromas from the Sumo mandarin, an offspring of the Kiyomi Fruit.
Houraisen Bi Junmai Daiginjo – Aichi Prefecture Japan
This beautiful, elegant & sweet Sake displays ripe peach and nashi pear flavours, overlayed with floral aromatics. This is one of the best chilled sakes Japan has to offer.
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