Sho Chiku Bai Junmai ($7.99): This sake is smooth, full bodied and dry. It shows notes of honey and a pleasing nuttiness. It comes in at a +3 on the dryness scale. The only US made Sake to ever win a gold medal at the US National Sake Appraisal, this sake is best served warm or room temperature.
Shirakabe Gura Tokubetsu Junmai 300ml ($9.99) / 720ml ($19.99) / 1.8L ($34.99): “Shirakabe Gura” is the brewery located in the Nada area, the heartland of Japanese sake making. This Tokubetsu Junmai is meticulously brewed using exceptionally pure water, Miyamizu, and carefully selected rice. The character of this sake is well-balanced with a complex, crisp finish.
Kikusui Junmai Ginjo ($24.99): This sake is a light and breezy delight. Easy to drink and mild, this is a beautifully crafted signature sake of the Niigata region. With a soft texture and a light fruity aroma, I enjoy this sake all throughout the year. delicious.
Choya Umeshu Plum Wine ($19.99): Choya Plum Wine is a premium plum wine imported from Japan with real Ume-plum fruits in the bottle. Umeshu is a traditional Japanese aperitif/dessert wine. Enjoy Umeshu on the rocks, Umeshu tonic or simply pour small amount of Umeshu over vanilla ice cream to enjoy a unique Ume flavored dessert.