JAPAN

Terada Honke
Daigo no Shizuku
€30,00
in stock
There's a Sake you won't taste everyday! Diago no Shizuku is made following a method that will combine polished raw rice and cooked rice. It gives a fruity, fresh, funky Sake, with a very natty wine vibe
Terada Honke
Daigo no Shizuku
There's a Sake you won't taste everyday! Diago no Shizuku is made following a method that will combine polished raw rice and cooked rice. It gives a fruity, fresh, funky Sake, with a very natty wine vibe
€30,00
Kinoshita Shuzō
Tamagawa Kimoto
€30,00
in stock
This Sake is made by the only non Japanese master, Philip Harper. Slow-brewed, polished only 70%, aged in barrel for no less than 3 years, making it flavourful but very easy to drink. Philip supports the Storks in the region, hence the label
Kinoshita Shuzō
Tamagawa Kimoto
This Sake is made by the only non Japanese master, Philip Harper. Slow-brewed, polished only 70%, aged in barrel for no less than 3 years, making it flavourful but very easy to drink. Philip supports the Storks in the region, hence the label
€30,00
Terada Honke
Katori 90 MAGNUM
€50,00
in stock
Japan likes to be different, so magnums there are not 1,5 but 1,8 liters! Very big bottle with naturally fermented and only 90% polished Koshi-Hikari. Did you know that you can keep Sake bottles open for 6/8 weeks? No excuse not to go big
Terada Honke
Katori 90 MAGNUM
Japan likes to be different, so magnums there are not 1,5 but 1,8 liters! Very big bottle with naturally fermented and only 90% polished Koshi-Hikari. Did you know that you can keep Sake bottles open for 6/8 weeks? No excuse not to go big
€50,00
Terada Honke
Katori 90 Namagenshu
€30,00
in stock
Probably the most traditional tasting Sake we have. Made from Koshi-Hikari rice that's only 90% polished. Namagen comes from "Nama", meaning pasteurised and "Genshu", meaning undiluted. Intense, complex and fruity, a full Sake experience
Terada Honke
Katori 90 Namagenshu
Probably the most traditional tasting Sake we have. Made from Koshi-Hikari rice that's only 90% polished. Namagen comes from "Nama", meaning pasteurised and "Genshu", meaning undiluted. Intense, complex and fruity, a full Sake experience
€30,00
Terada Honke
Kiokejikomi 2015 (2017)
€45,00
in stock
Masaru Terada is the 24th generation of organic Sake makers. Kiokejikomi means ‘wood ferment’, this sake is fermented and matured in Japanese cedar vessels. Made with barely polished rice, Kiokejikomi is complex, smooth and intense
Terada Honke
Kiokejikomi 2015 (2017)
Masaru Terada is the 24th generation of organic Sake makers. Kiokejikomi means ‘wood ferment’, this sake is fermented and matured in Japanese cedar vessels. Made with barely polished rice, Kiokejikomi is complex, smooth and intense
€45,00