Hakutsuru Sake Brewing Co.

Asahi-Shuzo Sake Brewing Co.

Dassai 45 Junmai Daiginjo Sake

Dassai 45. Had it after the Dassai Beyond. Still delicious but not at the same level. The Beyond is clear and translucent. The 45 has a yellow tint which I never noticed but is visible when comparing. Magnum. — 2 months ago

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Oomuraya Shuzoba Co., Ltd.

Wakatake Onikoroshi (Demon Slayer) Junmai Ginjo Sake

This is a nice sake. This is a “mag” but I think the aromatics are diminished due to the age of the bottle or the chill I have in it. I’m just not getting much. To me the flavors are great and I’m not surprised it’s got an SMV if +\- 0 it’s like drinking water. Little alcohol on the backend. — a month ago

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Norman Gennaro

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Hint of yellow on the color. Brand Wakatake
Brewery Omuraya Brewing Company
Category Junmai Daiginjo
Subcategory N/A
Taste Profile Rich & Dry
Rice variety Yamadanishiki, Gohyakumangoku, Aichinokaori
Yeast variety Shizuoka (New 5)
Alcohol 16.5%



Norman Gennaro

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Label said it went with spicy food and I agree. Loving it with Thai.

Hakutsuru Sake Brewing Co.

Superior Junmai Ginjo Sake

Love love love this saki. Cold — 4 months ago

Hakutsuru Sake Brewing Co.

Dai Ginjo Sake

Hakutsuru Kura in Kobe, Japan.
Lighter, medium bodied sake.
Bright green melon, white flowers and lemon grass.
Smooth acidity but not overwhelming..
Easy drinking Nihon shu with a clean and fresh finish.
If you wanted to introduce someone to sake..Nihon shu…this is a good choice.
— 10 months ago

Bob liked this

Hayashi Honten Co., Ltd.

OneTen Black Mask Junmai Daiginjo Sake


Hyakujurō Junmai Daiginjō “Kurozura”. Gifu Prefecture. — 2 months ago

Ichinokura Co. Ltd.

Taru Junmai Cedar Aged Sake


Agree w others it is quite cedar especially initially. Becomes more of a lingering aftertaste as it opens — 8 months ago

Paul liked this

Kikusui Sake Co. LTD.

Funaguchi Nama Genshu

Andrew Holod

This green can, made from the newest/youngest rice of the season and dated with a manufacturing date of Nov '21 is delicious. It offers a subtle aroma and similar sweet entry as the gold can version but much better of the alcohol so it doesn't have a burning hot finish. Good with some steamed edamame as a pre dinner warm up. — 2 years ago

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Sake in a can - sign me up!
Andrew Holod

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Yep, single serve and super fresh.