Part of Akashi-Tai's connoisseur range, this edition of Honjozo Tokubetsu was crafted with Gohyakumangoku rice milled down to just 60% of its original size. Enjoyably refreshing and flavoursome, this one.
What do you get when you make a plum liqueur with Sake? You get Umeshu! Using Ginjo grade Sake, plum and sugar, Akashi-Tai make an properly classic Umeshu that can be enjoyed hot (like Sake regularly is) or cold as part of a dessert. Once it's opened, you're going to want to keep the bottle in a refrigerator.
Choya plum wine is produced to an original Japanese recipe by steeping green plums in shochu, which is typically distilled from barley or rice. The taste is pleasantly sweet, slightly floral and fruity. Perfect served chilled or as a plum wine spritzer.
Smooth and dry, Choya Sake is a traditional Japanese drink which is produced with care and attention. Fermented at a very low temperature, Choya Sake has the true fragrance and aroma of cooked rice as well as warmer, fruitier notes. Traditionally served warm in the cold winter or chilled in the warmer months, Choya Sake offers the true taste of Japan. Whether you drink it alone or alongside traditional Japanese food, this is definitely one drink to savour.
Sake often referred to as rice wine is a japanese drink made from fermented rice.