SAKE

IMPORTED

HATSUMAGO

KENBISHI

KUROBIN

KUROSAWA

MAKIRI

MIZBASHU KUROMATSU

MU

NINKI ICHI

OKUNOMATSU

YAEGAKI NIGORI

DOMESTIC

YAEGAKI DRY 18L

YAEGAKI DRY

YAEGAKI DRAFT

YAEGAKI NIGORI

Kenbishi is known as the first sake brewery to be branded in Japan. In days of old, Kenbishi was very popular sake enjoyed by samurai. On the eve of major military battles, a large Kenbishi barrel would be ceremoniously opened. It was believed that sake strengthened the bonds of friendship and established strong loyalty in upcoming battles.

"Mizuho" is completely different from Ginjo and Daiginjo style sake. Very full bodied, rich, but soft and round finish. The flavorful soft depth will increase the enjoyment with each glass.

 



BENITOME SESAME SHOCHU
The pioneer of sesame shochu! Surprisingly neutral and clean at first (thanks to its make up of 60% wheat, 30% rice, and 10% sesame), but gives way to a rich sweetness of full-on toasted sesame. A smooth, mellow mouthfeel slides into a peanut butter finish. There's nothing like it!

  • Distilled from a blend of mugi (wheat), kome (rice), and goma (sesame)
  • Distilled in Fukuoka, Japan
  • 25.3 fl oz (750ml)
  • 24% ALC/VOL