Gekkeikan
$13.97

Clear with a straw tint. Medium-full body, medium acid. Round, smooth and well balanced, with a pleasantly assertive character and... a lingering finish. read more

Moonstone
$12.97

Imagine reaching up and picking a perfectly ripe pear off the tree, chilling it down and enjoying it simple and clean. That's what... Moonstone Asian Pear is like, bright, fresh and layered with pear aroma and flavors. We are careful to blend this lovely... read more

Momokawa
$13.97

There is only one way for people to know if a product is certified organic. Only one way to know if it has met the rigid organic s...tandards of the United States Department of Agriculture. That is by seeing the USDA Organic seal on the package. It's an... read more

Momokawa
$19.97

Bold, rich, full fruit and earthy flavor tones with hints of ripe melon, pear, plum, cinnamon and cardammom. Handcrafted using anc...ient Japanese techniques and American sensibilities, g joy is the essence of East meets West & past meets present. Being... read more

Gekkeikan
$11.97

This aromatic sake is fermented to achieve its dry and crisp flavor. Creatively packaged in attractive green bottles, this sake is... designed to be served chilled or over ice. read more

$25.97

Rock Saké ® Cloud is “nigori” saké, which means “cloudy” in Japanese. This specially designated sake is roughly filtered, thus opa...que in appearance, and has a slightly sweeter flavor. Before saké filtration techniques were modernized, all sakés were... read more

Momokawa
$12.97

Rich, creamy and loaded with layers of coconut, banana, anise and creamy sweet rice flavors. A great sipper with spicy Thai cuisin...e, hearty barbecue (especially if spicy), chocolate treats or as a mixer in decadent cocktails. read more

Moonstone
$13.19

Winning you over with the rich taste of fresh ripened raspberries blending harmoniously with the smooth, flawless notes of premium... saké; Moonstone Raspberry is an indulgent treat for your senses. Soft and subtly sweet, this saké conjures up memories of... read more

Sake One Corporation
$22.97

You may have had our signature sake: the big and bold g-joy. We’re happy to introduce its younger sibling—a lighter, brighter take... with equal parts of power and elegance, polish and panache. Complex yet smooth with subtle notes suggestive of grape,... read more

Sensei
$107.64

Clean aroma with excellent flavour. Serve either chilled or slightly warm. Using premium polished rice and the purest water, sense...i sake is fermented at low temperature and and produced using a process that dates back three centuries. read more

Momokawa
$12.97

Bright, dry and crisp Silver offers a clean saké with complex flavors of apple, pear and melon combined with rich minerals and Ore...gon water notes. read more

Sabe
$26.97

Robust, full-bodied saké. Slightly sweet aromas permeate the glass. Layered flavors of melon and tropical fruit. Serve chilled by ...the glass with sashimi. Better yet, mix in cocktails. read more

Takara
$83.64

Naturally brewed. The hospitable California climate, specially selected California rice of the highest grade and pure water from t...he Sierra Nevada Mountains combine to create the ideal conditions for producing superior mellow taste. This most... read more

Ozeki
$12.97

Ozeki Premium Junmai is one of the three sake products that Ozeki first brewed in California in 1979. Ozeki Premium Junmai is the ...traditional style sake that you can enjoy anyway you would like with a variety of dishes. This sake is dry and delicate on... read more

Momokawa
$12.97

Lightly sweet and fruit forward, Ruby offers hints of melon and tropical fruits combined with layers of red berry tones.A highly e...njoyable glass on its own but one that also pairs well with scallops, clams, chicken taquitos and sweet potato fries. read more

Momokawa
$12.97

Integrated layers of earthy minerals and complex fruit notes allow your taste buds to explore the diversity of saké while remainin...g focused on the glass in hand.The balance makes Diamond easy to pair with a range of foods from from chicken in a creamy... read more

Ozeki
$71.64

Ozeki Dry sake is a dry sake with a refreshing fruity flavor and tastes best when served chilled. This is an excellent choice for ...first time sake drinkers due to its lower alcohol content and smooth taste. It pairs well with chicken, light Asian... read more

Moonstone
$12.97

Sparking your imagination with aromas of tropical spice, citrus, and bubble gum, the lush character of this saké will romance your... palate with complex layers of flavor. This velvety Nigori saké is a masterful blend of crisp lemongrass and creamy... read more

Gekkeikan
$11.97

Slow fermentation at low temperatures gives this sake a slightly dry flavor with a light aroma reminiscent of orchard apples. Enjo...y chilled or over ice. read more

Dow
$11.97

This superior quality Sake is made from the finest of sun-nurtured rice and contains 16% alcohol. Fu-Ki Sake enhances the flavor o...f food by cleansing and sensitizing the palate. Fu-Ki Sake may be consumed with the meal or used in food preparation and... read more

Gekkeikan
$16.97

Style: Full-bodied with hints of honeydew, papaya, anise and roasted nuts. Well balanced, finishes long and smooth. A great sippin...g sake. Pairing Notes: This versatile food sake compliments duck, grilled chicken and pork, scallops and steamed shellfish... read more

$131.64

HANA Fuji Apple appeals with its fresh aroma that fulfills the palate with the crisp tartness of the fruit. The lovely, lingering ...finish continues the taste of rich apple flavor. Its low alcohol makes it a fine aperitif, either straight up or on the... read more

Shimizo-No-Mai
$13.99

Sake by Shimizo-No-Mai from Akita, Japan. Shimizo-No-Mai Pure Dawn is clear in appearance. The aroma has hints of orange peel and ...light floral notes, with an underlying minerality. It's fresh and well-structured, with subtle notes of pear and Fuji apple. Creamy mouthfeel, finishes soft-sweet to dry. read more

TY KU
$23.99

Sake by TY KU from Other, Japan. TY KU Sake Black's refined flavor profile balances peach on the nose with a subtle hint of spice ...underneath. The depth and body pairs well with lighter Western fare (grilled white meats and cooked fish), yet is dry and delicate enough to complement Asian cuisine. read more

Rihaku
$15.99

Sake by Rihaku from Shimane, Japan. Aromas of rice and ripe red plums. Bright, mouthwatering acidity leads into a soft and chewy t...exture from the unfiltered rice particles. The ricey flavor is joined by gently nutty and slightly fruity flavors in the long finish. Nigori sake is made so that some of the rice lees remain in the bottle after pressing (unfiltered). Most Nigori is sweet and creamy, and thick with the unfermented rice solids. Rihaku Nigori is a bit less chunky, but more fruity and complex than most Nigori sake. read more

Tozai
$16.99

Sake by Tozai from Kyoto, Japan. The aromas are quite complex, showing white grape, anise, and a hint of sweet rice. These same fl...avors come rushing through the medium-bodied palate which has a slightly creamy texture followed by a hint of white pepper and fresh herbal notes. The long, clean finish makes this both a great sipping sake as well as a companion to a wide range of foods, from fish and shellfish to pork and light meats. About Living Jewel The image on the label is a koi, or Japanese carp. Ornamental domesticated carp have been bred for their bright colors for centuries in Japan. The combination of their vibrant colors, patterns, and shimmering scales has earned them the moniker living jewel among collectors and enthusiasts. read more

Tozai
$16.99

Sake by Tozai from Kyoto, Japan. This is fairly thick and chewy nigorizake (cloudy sake), but it is still surprisingly dry. The ar...omas are bright and fresh and they show a lovely ricey and fruity combination. In the mouth, this sake has solid weight and gives the same flavors of fresh fruit and creamy fresh rice that your nose told you about. The finish has a pleasant astringency and is nicely mellow, beckoning you for another mouthful. You will rarely taste a classier Nigori at this price, and this may be the ultimate food-friendly Nigori. About Snow Maiden The image on the label is a koi, or Japanese carp. Ornamental domesticated carp have been bred for their bright colors for centuries in Japan. Perhaps the most famous koi is one named Hanako which reportedly lived for 226 years! Hanako translates to Flower Maiden, but in homage to the long-lived Hanako which lived in the icy waters at the foot of Japan's Mt. Ontake, we have named this sake Snow Maiden. read more

Shimizo-No-Mai
$13.99

Sake by Shimizo-No-Mai from Akita, Japan. Shimizo-No-Mai Pure has a clear appearance and subtle notes of green apple and sweet ric...e. It's full-bodied and well-balanced with a hint of banana and fruit flavors. read more

Brand: Day to Day Enterprises
$14.95

Celebrate 20 years of cancer-free living with the author. Included are MyLinda's story of survival against the odds and her search... for a healthful way to deal with the prognosis of cancer--along with more than 200 tasty recipes with nutritional values and information-packed articles about the foods we eat. read more

Brand: Tuttle Publishing
$9.97

The Sake Handbook is the foremost guide to the history, brewing, and distinctive flavors of sake. Just what are jizake, namazake a...nd ginjoshu? The Sake Handbook answers all these questions and many more about sake wine, and will help you enjoy Japan's national beverage in style. Author John Gauntner is recognized as the world's leading non-Japanese sake expert. A longtime Japan resident, he is well known among sake brewers and others within the sake industry. He wrote the Nihonshu Column in the Japan Times for many years before writing a weekly column on sake in Japanese for the Yomiuri Shimbun, Japan's and the world's most widely distributed Japanese newspaper. In 2006, John received the Sake Samurai award. He has published five books on sake including Sake ConfidentialThis sake book features:This new edition has been completely revised and updatedGives you all the information you need in an handy, portable formatOffers a detailed explanation of the sake brewing processReviews over a hundred sake brands, with illustrations of their labels for easy identificationProfiles over 50 Japanese izakaya or pub-style restaurants in Tokyo and the surrounding environsLists specialty shops in Japan where you can purchase hard–to–find Japanese wine brandsLists specialty retailers in the United States and elsewhere read more

Veronica Lane Books
$9.95

Sake, Health and Longevity by Yukio Takizawa, MD is an outstanding introduction to sake, the nutritional and national beverage of ...Japan. Dr. Takizawa establishes the health benefits of sake in preventing the incidence of life-style related diseases inevitable in modern living. Included in the book is valuable information on the cultural history of sake of this wonderful and uniquely soothing beverage, as well as the cultural history of sake, its manufacture and accompaniment to Japanese seasons and festivals, and food recipes wherein one can use sake's subtle flavors. read more

Random House
$14.74

This accessible home-brew guide for alcoholic and non-alcoholic fermented drinks, from Apartment Therapy: The Kitchn's Emma Christ...ensen, offers a wide range of simple yet enticing recipes for Root Beer, Honey Green Tea Kombucha, Pear Cider, Gluten-Free Sorghum Ale, Blueberry-Lavender Mead, Gin Sake, Plum Wine, and more.You can make naturally fermented sodas, tend batches of kombucha, and brew your own beer in the smallest apartment kitchen with little more equipment than a soup pot, a plastic bucket, and a long-handled spoon. All you need is the know-how.               That’s where Emma Christensen comes in, distilling a wide variety of projects—from mead to kefir to sake—to their simplest forms, making the process fun and accessible for homebrewers. All fifty-plus recipes in True Brews stem from the same basic techniques and core equipment, so it’s easy for you to experiment with your favorite flavors and add-ins once you grasp the fundamentals.               Covering a tantalizing range of recipes, including Coconut Water Kefir, Root Beer, Honey–Green Tea Kombucha, Pear Cider, Gluten-Free Pale Ale, Chai-Spiced Mead, Cloudy Cherry Sake, and Plum Wine, these fresh beverages make impressive homemade offerings for hostess gifts, happy hours, and thirsty friends alike. read more

Brand: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
$19.95

Release the Toji Within Like Japan’s Toji, master brewers, you too can brew excellent saké. Brewing Saké details the ingredients, ...equipment, and knowhow for brewing Japan’s national drink, Saké. It will provide you with the ability to brew your own high quality sake and proudly share it with your friends and family. This is the first non-Japanese book entirely on brewing saké. Based firmly on the actual methods used by Japanese brewers, Brewing Saké details each step in the brewing process and how you can implement them. But it does not stop there; rather it explains the underlying processes that are driven by the micro-biology of the yeast and bacteria that drive the brewing process as well as the chemistry embodied by the ingredients. Brewing Saké walks you through a step by step method that will give you the best chance of a successful first brew. By the time you have finished reading this book, you will have a full command and understanding of saké brewing, each of the steps involved and the ingredients used. read more

Stone Bridge Press
$8.28

With today’s sake drinkers increasingly informed and adventurous, now is the time for a truly expert guide to take you deeper into... appreciation of this complex but delightful Japanese beverage, brewed from rice and enjoyed both warm or chilled.And what better mentor than John Gauntner, the “Sake Guy” and the world’s leading non-Japanese sake educator and evangelist? Here in over two dozen no-holds-barred essays, John reveals “the truth about sake” from a connected insider’s perspective. No other book or website presents such a knowledgeable, practical, and concise yet complete guide to sake idiosyncrasies, misperceptions, and controversies.Sake Confidential is the perfect FAQ for beginners, experts, and sommeliers. Indexed for easy reference with suggested brands and label photos. Includes: Sake Secrets: junmai vs. non-junmai, namazake, aging, dry vs. sweet, ginjo, warm vs. chilled, nigori, water, yeast, rice, regionality How the Industry Really Works: pricing, contests, distribution, glassware, milling, food pairing The Brewer’s Art Revealed: koji-making, brewers’ guilds, grading John Gauntner John Gauntner is the only non-Japanese certified Master of Sake Tasting. A resident of Japan since 1988, he has worked in the sake industry promoting and educating since 1994. Each year he conducts Sake Professional Courses for sake professionals and aficionados, and several of his students have gone on to open thriving sake shops, breweries, and izakaya in the United States. read more

Gatehouse Publishing
$88.24

SAKE: The History, Stories and Craft of Japan's Artisanal Breweries is a compendium of the most important generational sake brewer...ies in Japan, featuring profiles of and interviews with the passionate families who run these operations, along with luxurious photography of the small batch processes, landscape and people involved. The 75 profiles include 60 sake breweries, 10 shochu distilleries and 5 awamori distilleries from Okinawa all the way to Hokkaido for geographic and stylistic diversity. For over 2000 years, sake has been a uniquely Japanese product in some shape or form. Today, Japan even hosts a National Sake Day. However, despite 21st century globalization, it remains an industry that is little understood by outsiders, regardless of the fact that there is growing interest. In addition to the colorful, deeply personal stories behind the owners and brewers, the book will serve as a guide to Japan’s most unique generational sake, helping to enlighten a new drinking audience on artisanal alternatives to the popular mainstream offerings. To ensure a well-rounded approach, the book will also provide an introduction to unique shochu and awamori distilleries, two close relatives of sake. Beautifully illustrated with full color photography by one of the world's top travel photographers (Jason Lang), the book will appeal to a broad audience but is intended for readers outside of Japan. For novices, it will open a window to the world of sake and the stories of the passionate people who make it. Well initiated enthusiasts will benefit from a curated list of sake, shochu and awamori breweries and distilleries they can further research, buy and taste. Because many of these breweries and distilleries do not actively export their products outside Japan, beverage professionals will discover many brands that they wish to contact and consider importing for their menus. read more

Takasago
$34.99

Sake by Takasago from Hokkaido, Japan. A prominent fragrance, a clean and fresh taste, with flavor deep into the recesses. Truly o...ne of the Rolls-Royces of sake. Each year, after the temperature drops below 14 Fahrenheit, Takasago builds an Ice Dome outside the main kura building. It is an igloo inside of which the temperature stays about 28 F, with 90% humidity and no wind The low temperature means nasty bacteria cannot survive, allowing them to make clean, pure, ultra-premium sake. Additionally, they separate the clear sake from the fermenting rice lees not by pressing, but rather by putting it into canvas bags and allowing the sake to drip out slowly overnight. read more

New Holland Publishers
$17.83

Sake has been designed to introduce readers to information and explanations about matching different sakes with traditional a...nd modern, fusion Japanese cuisine. As part of this introduction to the enjoyment of sake, author Hideo Dekura begins by highlighting 28 of the most respected Kuramotos (sake brewers) in Japan. Each is explained in terms of their methods and what gives each brand its individual characteristics. Discover the strong work ethic needed to achieve the respected and admired level of workmanship that is required by the Kuramotos. This book is intended as a beginner’s guide to explore how different sakes and food are combined to provide the perfect culinary balance. Readers will go on a journey of self-discovery to find the best makers of the very coolest Japanese sake brands and find out how to enjoy each with traditional and modern Japanese dishes. (Hideo Dekura) read more

TY KU
$17.99

Sake by TY KU from Other, Japan. TY KU Sake Silver has a fresh, slightly sweet taste with subtle pear notes; its rich flavor is so...ft & silky on the palate. Although it complements sushi & Asian cuisine, its well-rounded body pairs well with pasta and a variety of lighter Western cuisine. read more

Shimizo-No-Mai
$16.99

Sake by Shimizo-No-Mai from Akita, Japan. Shimizo-No-Mai Pure Dusk has a clear appearance. Aromas of bright pear and hints of gree...n apple, with an underlying minerality. Delicate structure, with hints of fresh orange peel and cantaloupe. Medium length, dry finish. read more

$15.63

This accessible home-brew guide for alcoholic and non-alcoholic fermented drinks, from Apartment Therapy: The Kitchn's Emma Christ...ensen, offers a wide range of simple yet enticing recipes for Root Beer, Honey Green Tea Kombucha, Pear Cider, Gluten-Free Sorghum Ale, Blueberry-Lavender Mead, Gin Sake, Plum Wine, and more. Making naturally fermented sodas, tending batches of kombucha, and tackling homebrewed beer are the next frontier for the homemade revolution. Food writer Emma Christensen shows that these projects can be all done in the smallest apartment kitchen with little more equipment than a soup pot, a plastic bucket, and a long-handled spoon. This book captures that crafty, adventurous spirit that makes the brewing arts accessible. Since all 50-plus recipes stem from the same basic technique and use the same simple equipment, it's easy for cooks to make the leap from project to project. By covering a rage of homemade beverages, from quick and easy kefir to cellared fruit wines, "True Brews" is sure to be a hit with the DIY crowd. read more

$86.47

SAKE: The History, Stories and Craft of Japan's Artisanal Breweries is a compendium of the most important generational sake brewer...ies in Japan, featuring profiles of and interviews with the passionate families who run these operations, along with luxuriou read more

Sempli
$77.00

Whether you like it hot or cold, serving saki is always cool when you use the Sempli Vaso Sake Set. The set includes two Cupa-shot... saki glasses and decanter, which easily accommodates one standard 350ml bottle of saki The stemless, rotating construction of all the pieces aids in aeration of the saki...and it's fun to watch. Sempli is a contemporary home accessories design company founded by Daniele Semeraro. Born and raised in Sweden and a resident of Florence, Italy, since 2000, Semeraro brings both countries’ design influences into the company’s range of glassware, home accessories and lighting. As such, in all Sempli products you will see simple Swedish functionality combined with Italian style and elegance. read more

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