Yamahai Junmai Shichimenchou-Zake

Very nice and typical Yamahai to me. Little bit on the sweeter side and the finish is quick. — 12 days ago

Ron, Bob and 2 others liked this

Kubota Manju

Junmai Daiginjo Sake

Citrusy, crisp and refreshing. — 10 days ago

Dassai Sake Brewery

39 Junmai Daiginjo Yamaguchi Sake

Don’t recall the specifics, just that it was enjoyable — 3 months ago

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Hakutsuru Sake Brewing Co.

Superior Junmai Ginjo Sake

Love love love this saki. Cold — 4 months ago


3 Years Snow Aged Junmai Ginjo Sake

I’m a fan of this although it is from a large brewer that some say is industrial. Really nice and certainly on the heavier/bolder side of the house. They said grilled meats - don’t doubt this work. I had it with a tuna course. — 21 days ago

Bob, Paul and 2 others liked this

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

Severn, Bob and 1 other liked this
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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%



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

Dassai Sake Brewery

Dassai 45 Junmai Daiginjo Sake

Fruity / sweet aftertaste. Dinner w the fellas - 🎲 🎲 — 4 months ago

Rihaku Sake Brewery

Dreamy Clouds Nigori Sake

I was shopping for a Shaoxing rice wine which was called for in a recipe I was cooking. I did not find it, but figured that sake should be a good substitute, since it is rice wine. The Dreamy Clouds has alcohol at 15% abv and cost $16 for the 300 ml bottle at Whole Foods Market. That's a bit more than I want to pay for a wine for cooking, but I figured I would drink the rest.

This wine has a typical sake flavoring of minerals and lychee, but is quite a bit drier than the usual cloudy sake. It was great for cooking, and not that bad for drinking, although I would still rather have a Chardonnay, Roussanne or dry Riesling for either purpose.
— a month ago

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Rice-Spivak Vineyard Pinot Noir 2021

Tight at first. Recorked it. Next night open and amazing. Finish lingers for 5 minutes! — 15 days ago

Austin, Paul and 4 others liked this

LaRue Wines

Rice-Spivak Vineyard Pinot Noir 2015

2016. Wow. Well done Katy! 13.4% — 3 months ago