13 products

    Nihonshu Bijito Junmai Sake (72 cl)
    25.80 35.83/1l
    Kizakura Nihonshu Bijito Junmai Sake (72 cl)
    Revolutions (72 cl)
    159.– 220.83/1l
    ENTER.Sake Revolutions (72 cl)
    Dragon Blue (72 cl)
    95.– 131.94/1l
    Tatsuriki Dragon Blue (72 cl)
    Saké Japanese 70 cl Jap. Reiswein (70 cl)
    29.20 41.71/1l
    Suishin Yamanehonten Saké Japanese 70 cl Jap. Reiswein (70 cl)
    Shuhari Junmai Daiginjo (72 cl)
    69.10 95.97/1l
    ENTER.Sake Shuhari Junmai Daiginjo (72 cl)
    Junmai (72 cl)
    37.50 52.08/1l
    Bijofu Junmai (72 cl)
    39 Junmai Daiginjo (72 cl)
    55.60 77.22/1l
    Dassai Sake 39 Junmai Daiginjo (72 cl)
    Japanese Sake mit Etui (70 cl)
    29.90 42.71/1l
    Shirayuki Japanese Sake mit Etui (70 cl)
    Black Honjozo (72 cl)
    36.10 50.14/1l
    ENTER.Sake Black Honjozo (72 cl)
    Yuzu (50 cl)
    36.– 72.–/1l
    Fujuku Yuzu (50 cl)
    Sake (75 cl)
    19.90 26.53/1l
    Gekkeikan Sake (75 cl)
    Japanese Sake (35 cl)
    17.60 50.29/1l
    Suishin Yamanehonten Japanese Sake (35 cl)
    Premium Sake Yamada-Ho (72 cl)
    44.90 62.36/1l
    Hakutsuru Premium Sake Yamada-Ho (72 cl)

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    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.