Sake

Sake

Definitions

Junmai = 100% pure rice sake

Daigingo = 50% polished rice 

Ginjo = 60% polished rice 

ABV = Alcohol by volume, 

Tokkuri = (120ml)   


Ishioka Shuzo Tsukuba Junmai 8

   Made with the famed Yamadanishiki rice with light notes of bamboo, yeast and a touch of astringency. Rice: (Yamadanishiki 100%) Ibaraki, ABV 15%, 58% polished rice   


Takasago Kokushi-Muso Junmai  9   A lovely dry and spicy sake with a crisp refreshing after taste.  Rice: (Ginfu Akitakomachi 100%) Hokkaido, ABV 15%, 60% polished rice.   


Kikuchi “Sanzen” Tokubetsu-Junmai Omachi  9   A broad and mild sake with umami flavours that are unique to Omachi rice sake. Rice: (Omachi 100%) Okayama, ABV 15.5%, 65% polished rice.       


“Sake of Japan” tasting paddle  10-

Three 40ml glasses of sake from across Japan       

300ml bottle

Fukubijin Jyosen Junmai  24-

   Hiroshima Josen exhibits a rich umami taste brought out by brewing technique with a distinguished richness and sharp finish. Rice: (Hattan Nishiki) Hiroshima, ABV 15%, 60% polished rice   


Sakura Masamune Miyamizuno-Hana Junmai Ginjo 24-

A light and semi dry tasting Junmai-shu with a sophisticated savoury flavour. Rice: (Yamadanishiki 100%) Hyogo, ABV 15.5%, 65% polished rice.   


Imayotsukasa Junmai Fuku  26-

This sake contains gold leaves to symbolise wishes coming true.  A lovely rich taste, dry and smooth. Rice: (Gohyakumangoku 100%) Niigata, ABV 15%, 65% polished rice.