Sake

Sake is a rice wine from Japan. The clear or whitish cloudy alcoholic beverage contains about 15-20 percent alcohol by volume. The term sake is often used in the Occident as a synonym for rice wine. A product related to sake is mirin, a rice wine with higher sugar and lower alcohol content, which is used exclusively as an edible condiment. In terms of production, sake-rice wine is less similar to wine than to beer, since the sugar has to be extracted before brewing. The alcohol content of sake-rice wine is higher than that of wine made from grapes. However, it is not considered a beer or beer-like drink for tax purposes. Sake accounts for about 4% of Japanese alcohol consumption, with a downward trend - beers have the largest share. 


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Black Honjozo (72cl)
35.90
ENTER.Sake Black Honjozo (72cl)
Shirayuki Edo Genroku (72cl)
48.–
Konishi Shirayuki Edo Genroku (72cl)
Asahimai Junmai (72cl)
44.–
Masuda Tokubee Asahimai Junmai (72cl)
Junmai (72cl)
37.50
Bijofu Junmai (72cl)
39 Junmai Daiginjo (72cl)
56.50
Dassai Sake 39 Junmai Daiginjo (72cl)
Sake Bijito Junmai Ginjo (72cl)
29.50
Kizakura Sake Bijito Junmai Ginjo (72cl)
Daihoju (72cl)
68.–
Konishi Daihoju (72cl)
Revolutions (72cl)
159.–
ENTER.Sake Revolutions (72cl)
Kachiumamai (72cl)
69.–
Konishi Kachiumamai (72cl)
Bourbon Barrel (72cl)
51.–
Fukugao Bourbon Barrel (72cl)
Dragon Blue (72cl)
95.–
Tatsuriki Dragon Blue (72cl)
Nouvelle (72cl)
42.–
Gekkeikan Nouvelle (72cl)
Daiginjo (72cl)
43.–
Gekkeikan Daiginjo (72cl)
Miyabi (72cl)
41.–
Kiku Masamune Miyabi (72cl)
Karaku Amakuchi Sake (72cl)
41.–
Shotoku Karaku Amakuchi Sake (72cl)