Tozai Sake

Come see our expanding selection of premium sake.

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Well of Wisdom

The juicy watermelon notes in this sake make it perfect for a warm day or for an apertif. Well of Wisdom draws its water source from the town of Fushimi, which means “hidden water” and is known for its characteristically soft and pure water that is perfect for brewing sake.

TASTING NOTES

Watermelon, honeydew, sweet melon, and a hint of pistachio. Soft and silky with a touch of white pepper on the finish.

FOOD PAIRING

Try with shrimp skewers, BBQ chicken, and citrus-based ceviches

Living Jewel

SAKE OVERVIEW

Light and easy drinking sake named after Japan’s colorful koi fish that represent good fortune and luck. This sake represents the combination of vibrant colors, patterns, and shimmering scales that have earned Japanese koi fish the moniker “living jewels."

TASTING NOTES

Aromas of white grape, anise, and a hint of sweet rice. On the palate you will find citrus, white pepper, and fresh herbal notes with a long, clean finish.

FOOD PAIRING

Pair with baked herbed salmon, grilled lobster, and light poultry dishes.

Snow Maiden

SAKE OVERVIEW

This sake is named after Hanako, or “Flower Maiden”, the most famous Japanese koi fish that lived for 226 years in the snowy, icy waters at the foot of Japan’s Mt. Ontake.

TASTING NOTES

Bright and fresh with a lovely ricey and fruity combination. Flavors of honeydew melon, raw pumpkin, and radish. Creamy texture and full body.

FOOD PAIRING

Try with spicy foods, crab, pork, or spicy tuna poke.

Typhoon

SAKE OVERVIEW

A table sake of remarkable quality with rustic banana bread and nut notes. Sturdy enough to handle being warmed or mixed in cocktails.

TASTING NOTES

Aromas of banana bread and a hint of spice. Medium-dry with a round, mellow finish.

FOOD PAIRING

Pair with pork dumplings, seafood salad, or sesame roasted vegetables

(SOURCE: Vine Connections)