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Hakkaisan 3 Years Snow Aged Junmai Daiginjyo SakeRegular price $99.00
Japanese Name: 八海山 「雪室貯蔵３年」 純米大吟醸
Limited Seasonal Sake - The Hakkaisan Yuki-Muro Chozo Junmai Daiginjyo is a true product of nature, having been naturally chilled and gently aged in a snow storage room for 3 years. This results in a smooth and well-rounded taste, coupled with an elegant aroma and a cleansing finish. Recommended to be pair with fatty fish like tuna or otoro.
Available in 720ML.
Hakkaisan Junmai Daiginjyo SakeRegular price $25.00
Japanese Name: 八海山「純米大吟醸」
Hand made Koji and spring water from melted snow – “pure water of the god Raiden” is used to brew this Junmai Daiginjyo. By using Yamadanishiki, Gohyakumangoku, and Miyamanishiki sake rice – all polished down to 45% remaining – this Junmai Daiginjyo reflects Hakkaisan’s classic crisp and clean style, and leaves your palate engaged and refreshed. This refined sake is great with food and it has a pronounced clarity, a clean taste, and an elegant, gentle sweetness that will enhance the flavour of any cuisine.
2017 International Wine Challenge: Commended Award
Available in 180ML, 300 ML, 720 ML and 1.8 LTR
Hakkaisan Tokubetsu Junmai SakeRegular price $21.00
Japanese Name: 八海山 特別純米酒
The Hakkaisan Tokubetsu Junmai Sake is produced only for export to markets out of Japan. The rice is polished down to 60% to produce clean, junmai-style sake. Its well-balanced, mellow and elegant flavour is tailored to match not only delicate Japanese cuisine but also a wide range of foods from other cultures. Recommended pairing with all types of meat with different cooking.
Available in 300ML and 720ML
Hakkaisan Daiginjyo SakeRegular price $64.00
Japanese Name: 八海山 大吟醸
Hakkaisan brewers hone their skills by continuing to craft the highest quality sake, year after year. For this Daiginjyo, Yamadanishiki and Gohyakumangoku sake rice are carefully selected and polished down to 45% remaining. All the koji is handmade and this sake is brewed with an especially pure snowmelt mountain stream water, which is known as Raiden-sama no Mizu or water of the god Raiden. This refine sake is meant to pair with food and it has a mellow, clean taste, and an elegant, gentle sweetness, which will enhance the flavour of any cuisine.
Available in 720 ML
Hakkaisan Tokubetsu Honjyozo SakeRegular price $25.00
Japanese Name: 八海山 特別本醸造酒
The Hakkaisan Tokubetsu Honjyozo Sake is the brewery's classic sake and carries a refreshingly smooth and mellow taste. It is best enjoyed either chilled or warmed, which enhances its delicate aroma. Recommended pairing with eel (unagi), curry or donburi.2020 International Wine Challenge: Commended Award
Hakkaisan Kowagura Jikomi Junmai Daiginjyo SakeRegular price $190.00
Japanese Name: 八海山 浩和蔵仕込み 純米大吟醸酒
Hakkaisan Kowagura Jikomi Junmai Daiginjyo Sake used the great Yamadanishiki rice which had polished down to 45% since its brewing is complexed the produced quantity is very limited. After the pressing has been done, this Sake is aged for a year in 2℃ storage. It resulting premium taste with rich aroma goes well with not only Japanese dishes but French or Italian cuisine as well.
Available in 720ML
Hakkaisan Futsushu SakeRegular price $100.00
Japanese Name: 八海山 普通酒
This sake can be nicknamed as "Shimizu of Lightning" as sake drinkers always feel that the water is charged and electrified after drinking. The Hakkaisan Futsushu Sake tastes dry and clean, with a light fragrance that lingers slightly. Recommended pairing with tonkotsu or miso flavour food.
2014 International Wine Challenge - Bronze
Available in 1.8LTR