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Home BundleRegular price $107.00 Sale price $99.00
The Home Bundle, consisting of Ginrei Gassan Junmai Daiginjyo Sake and Koshi no Happo Daiginjyo Sake, is very versatile and thus makes a splendid addition to your home-cooked dishes!
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Name: Ginrei Gassan Junmai Daiginjyo (720ml) x1
Japanese Name: 銀嶺月山 純米大吟醸酒
This Ginrei Gassan Junmai Daiginjyo Sake uses large luxurious Yamada-Nishiki yeast rice to ferment this perfect sake. After it has been brewed, the sake is kept in ice temperature for ageing and gives off a slightly sweet taste. This sake is suitable to drink chilled or room temperature. Recommended pairing with fatty meats like pork belly and fish.
Name: Echigo Koshino Happo Daiginjyo Sake (300ml) x1
Japanese Name: 越乃八豊 大吟醸酒
Soft and savoury daiginjyo sake from Niigata family-owned brewery. Koshi no Happo has a classic taste of Niigata style 'Dry yet rich'. This sake has a dry yet rich after taste when savour. It's intense deep aroma lifts up the appetite when paired with food. Recommended pairing with meat and cha-grilled vegetables. One of our sommelier recommendation for sake lovers who are into food pairing.
Harmony BundleRegular price $85.00 Sale price $72.00
The Harmony bundle caters to anyone with a sweet tooth. When paired with desserts, these beverages also serve as great drinks to end off your delicious meal.
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Name: Godo Tan-Taka-Tan Shiso Umeshu (500ml) x1
Japanese Name: 鍛高譚 紫蘇 梅酒
The Godo Tan-Taka-Tan Shiso Plum Wine is a plum liquor made with the aromatic Shiso (mint leave) shochu, carrying a wonderful scent and soft flavour of shiso leaves. Its red shade is all-natural and free from any colourings and flavourings. One of the rare combination of Shiso and plum for the tarty yet aromatic lingering sensation when savour. Best served as a dessert wine.
Name: Amanoto Usu Nigori Junmai Ginjyo Sake (720ml) x1
Japanese Name: 天の戸 うすにごり 純米吟醸
The Amanoto Usu Nigori Junmai Ginjyo Sake is an unfiltered (cloudy) sake with a light nose. Its smooth and sharp acidity entices the palate, leaving a lingering aftertaste. The rice grains are not removed away after fermentation, retaining and enhancing its fragrance and taste.