Award winning sake,Daiginjo,Junmai Daiginjo,Sake review

Iwate Meijo was created in 1955 from the merger of two sake breweries that had been operating since the early Taisho ...

Junmai,Sake review

This Junmai sake is a peculiar one, though not stated on the label as ginjō, the polishing ratio of 60% suggests it h ...

Junmai Daiginjo,Junmai Ginjo,Sake review,未分類

Yoshinotomo Sake Brewery established in 1877 is the brewery behind the Kisaki label. Well known for their J ...

Junmai,Sake review,未分類

Junmai-Genshu without filtration “Juemon.”

Toshimaya Brewery opened the first Sake Store in Tokyo back in ...

Online Sake Tasting,Sake review

I recently had the opportunity to try three different variations of Kamikokoro sake, made using peach yeast as part o ...

Junmai,Koshu-matured sake,Sake review

Furosen Offers Big Shiga Flavor

Furosen 3-year Aged Yamahai Junmai Genshu

Brewery: Uehara Shuzo, Shiga Pr ...

Junmai Daiginjo,Namazake,Sake review

No rice is listed, but the mill rate is 50%.

Brewery: Ozaki Shuzo, Awamori Prefecture

Ozaki Shuzo is a sm ...

Honjozo,Junmai,Namazake,Sake review

Thinking about Nara, we more often than not associate it with woodland temples and the messengers of the gods, the de ...

Honjozo,Junmai,Junmai Daiginjo,Sake review

Fukucho “Forgotten Fortune” Tokubetsu Junmai Hattanso

Pours clear. The nose is very dry and mineral driven with ...

Junmai,Junmai Ginjo,Namazake,Sake review

Omachi is the elusive pinot noir of Sake. It’s difficult to grow and shows the skill and character of the producer. I ...