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Eiko Fuji Ban Ryu Honjozo Sake

"Ban Ryu means “ten thousand ways.” It is an expression used in the sake world to answer the question, in how many ways is one sake different from another. The answer, in 10 Thousand Ways: the yeast, the koji, timing of brewing, etc., It also means, more informally, “versatility.” The brewery tries to catch both meanings in its name, however, they passionately believe it can be enjoyed in 10 Thousand ways–chilled, warmed, hot, with light food, heavy food, sweet food and spicy food." —winemaker
$25.99 $19.99 (Save $6.00)

Eiko Fuji Ban Ryu Honjozo Sake

"Ban Ryu means “ten thousand ways.” It is an expression used in the sake world to answer the question, in how many ways is one sake different from another. The answer, in 10 Thousand Ways: the yeast, the koji, timing of brewing, etc., It also means, more informally, “versatility.” The brewery tries to catch both meanings in its name, however, they passionately believe it can be enjoyed in 10 Thousand ways–chilled, warmed, hot, with light food, heavy food, sweet food and spicy food." —winemaker
$16.49 $11.99 (Save $4.50)

Fuki

"This superior quality sake is made from the finest of sun-nurtured rice and the purest of waters. Fu-ki Sake is equally delightful at room temperature or 'on the rocks'." -winemaker
$13.99 $10.99 (Save $3.00)

Fu-Ki Plum Wine

"Fu-Ki means 'rich and noble'. This wine is made by a unique method cultivated for hundreds of years in Japan. Its delicate light and subtle flavor is equally delicious served chilled or 'on the rocks'." —winemaker
$13.99 $9.98 (Save $4.01)

Hakutsuru Plum Wine

"This wine has a semi-sweet taste with ripe plum aromas. This wine is best enjoyed chilled. Using selected Japanese Plum, 'Ume', Hakutsuru Plum Wine has been brewed with highly developed fermentation skills and technique. It is characterized by its refreshing semi-sweet, sour taste and well-matured aroma from plum fruit." —winemaker
$15.29 $10.98 (Save $4.31)

Hou Hou Shu Sparkling Sake

"Created by the Marumoto brewery in 2001, this sparkling sake is bottle fermented. Made like Champagne, the first of its type in Japan and the highest quality sparkling sake imported into the USA. The complexity and layers of flavor in this sake are widely beloved among both Japanese and American consumers. Each bottle is hand bottled with utmost care; highest quality of this type is a core value for the Marumoto brewery. Hou Hou Shu is soft and creamy with a small bubble, similar to champagne and Belgian beer. The flavor in lively, expansive and balanced, resembling green apple, tart yogurt with sweet fruit undertones." —winemaker
$19.49 $13.99 (Save $5.50)

Huchu Homare Watari Bune Junmai Ginjo 55 Sake

"The aroma of this sake bursts out of the glass. Floral, fruity, funky and complex, it accurately precludes the matching flavors of this sake. It finishes lively to the end, with a bright, snappy acidity. Great on its own, an apogee of ginjo sake, showing how nihonshu can rival any beverage for complexity, showmanship, depth and range." —winemaker
$23.99 $17.99 (Save $6.00)

Joto Junmai Nigori Sake

"This Nigori is bright and lively with fresh tropical notes. Creamy and almost chewy on the palate, Joto Nigori pairs well with spicy Asian foods. Serve chilled." —winemaker
$27.99 $20.99 (Save $7.00)

Joto Junmai Sake

"This junmai is soft, relaxed and mellow, with notes of peaches and strawberries. It complements yakitori, nutty cheeses and spicy Italian meats." —winemaker
$27.99 $21.99 (Save $6.00)

Seikyo Takehara Junmai Sake

"Since olden times, most sake has been brewed with ordinary food rice. Also today, the mainstream of sake consists of local sake (jizake) brewed with ordinary rice harvested in that area. Already in the past, in Hiroshima and the Chugoku area rice of high quality was harvested thanks to the cold water springing up in the mountains and the cool climate at night. Junmai Takehara is brewed with Shin-Senbon and other rice locally grown in Hiroshima." —winemaker
$31.99 $23.99 (Save $8.00)

Shichi Hon Yari Junmai Sake

"Technically qualifying as a junmai ginjo, this junmai is a great introduction to saké. It is earthy and mushroomy in the nose but reveals light, fresh notes of grapefruit and melon on the palate. Its structure is open and dynamic, its body light, its finish crisp and clean. It complements flavorful foods like cooked Japanese food and French or new American." —winemaker
$35.99 $27.99 (Save $8.00)

Shichi Hon Yari Junmai Sake

"Technically qualifying as a junmai ginjo, this junmai is a great introduction to saké. It is earthy and mushroomy in the nose but reveals light, fresh notes of grapefruit and melon on the palate. Its structure is open and dynamic, its body light, its finish crisp and clean. It complements flavorful foods like cooked Japanese food and French or new American." —winemaker
$19.99 $15.99 (Save $4.00)