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Koshi No Kanbai Muku Junmai Daiginjyo SakeRegular price $81.00
Japanese Name: 越乃寒梅 無垢 純米大吟醸酒
The Koshi No Kanbai Muku Junmai Daiginjyo Sake is also known as ‘Pure Realm’, a name that encapsulates its clear taste derived from Yamada Nishiki rice. This junmai daiginjyo sake has a polishing ratio of 48% and fully showcases the true umami of the rice. It is known for its expansive, profound flavour with little acidity, and offers an appealing smoothness and fragrance. Best enjoyed chilled and pairs well with barbecue pork belly, beef tongue with spring onions, seaweed fried rice and miso eggplant.
Available in 720ML
Koshi No Kanbai Bessen Ginjyo SakeRegular price Sale price $29.00
Japanese Name: 越乃寒梅 別撰 吟醸
Sommelier's Pick - This sake is known for its pleasant, refreshing taste and is made from speciality sake-brewing rice and a yeast variety that produces a light-bodied, fragrant sake. When served at room temperature or chilled it has a refreshing taste that is the hallmark of the tanrei karakuchi style, and features a more expansive flavour when warmed. Recommended pairing with okonomiyaki, chirashi don, oyster.
Available in 300ML, 720ML, and 1.8LTR
Koshi No Kanbai Sai Junmai Ginjyo SakeRegular price Sale price $74.00
Japanese Name: 越乃寒梅 灑 純米吟醸酒
The Koshi No Kanbai Sai Junmai Ginjyo Sake is the result of the brewery’s successful quest to achieve the perfect Junmai Ginjyo. With its brewing aesthetic inspired by the dignity and grace of a plum tree, this elegant drink embodies an unassuming fullness, a soft aroma, smooth finish, and a crisp aftertaste.
Sai is made from Gohyakumangoku and Yamadanishiki rice with a polishing ratio of 55%. The refined, crisp taste of this ginjyo sake, another heir to the Koshi no Kanbai heritage, comes from the Ishimoto Sake Brewery’s mastery of using special sake-brewing rice and low-temperature ageing techniques.
To make Sai as palatable as possible for first-time sake drinkers, we used a junmai blend that accentuates the umami of the rice but made sure that the brew would still deliver a light, understated taste. Although delicious at any temperature, we recommend drinking it at around 10°C, but can also be enjoyed hot or cold. Recommended pairing with fish cuisines.
Available in 720ML and 1.8L
Koshi No Kanbai Kin-Muku Junmai Daiginjyo SakeRegular price $132.00
Japanese Name: 越乃寒梅 金無垢 純米大吟醸酒
Kin-muku Junmai Daiginjyo is made from Yamada Nishiki rice with a polishing ratio of 35% and is known for its faint ginjyo fragrance and profound, delicate flavour.
This sake is the best way to experience the unique qualities of sake made with Yamadanishiki, which grows more flavorful over long brewing. To fully enjoy Kinmuku’s fragrance and taste we recommend that it be served warm. Recommended pairing with salmon belly sashimi, grilled sanma fish, fried squid with dark shoyu and oden.
Available in 720ML
Koshi No Kanbai Tokusen Ginjyo SakeRegular price $77.00
Japanese Name: 越乃寒梅 特撰 吟醸酒
The Koshi No Kanbai Tokusen Ginjyo Sake contains both an elegant fragrance and a gentle texture that complements each other well. Its sophisticated umami aftertaste stands out as well – savour this award-winning sake warm, with a Japanese meal of your choice. This sake features the delicate fragrance of ginjyo sake with a pleasantly light, smooth texture.
The aftertaste has an expansive sense of umami with fullness and a sophisticated flavour. This ginjyo sake can be enjoyed at room temperature or warmed. Recommended pairing with grilled chicken, scallop somen, truffle fries, chives dumplings and xiao long baos.
Available in 720ML
Koshi No Kanbai White Label FutsushuRegular price $56.00
Japanese Name: 越乃寒梅 白ラベル 普通酒
Koshi no Kanbai Futsushu can be enjoyed for its brisk, sharp taste that resonates in your mouth. It’s a longtime favourite of locals who enjoy having an evening drink every day. The rice polishing is 58% resulting in a smooth aftertaste.
The brewery's aim was to create a sake that is ideal for drinking at dinner—it matches well with cuisine, is always enjoyable, and doesn't make you feel poorly or have a bad hangover on the next day.
Even though White Label is an everyday (futsu) sake, it's based on the techniques we use to make ginjyo. We polish the rice and slowly, carefully brew White Label at a low temperature over a long period of time, which results in the most accessible and satisfying sake possible. It has a sharp, powerful finish that its longtime fans love.
Available in 300ML and 720ML