Monthly Discovery Box

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The Art of Sake Discovery Box is a fun way to uncover unique and quality sake bottles from exclusively imported from Japan right to your doorstep!

How it works?
1) This is a Recurring monthly Discovery Box where you will receive a different discovery box every First Friday of every month. 

2) You will receive 2 bottles specially picked out by our team:
x01 Premium Daiginjo /Junmai Daiginjo &
x01 Premium Sake (Junmai grade and up)

3) The cut off date for that month's sake is before one day before we deliver.

4) Any orders after the cut off date will start next month. 
-> E.g. If cut off date is 4th Feb and you placed an order on 5th Feb, you will get March Discovery Box.

5) The Billing Cycle is on the 1st of every month. (Save up to $12/month with our 3 months boxes here!)

6a) Billing Scenario A: Subscribes on the 27th August = Receive September Box. Next billing is 1st October = Receive October Box. 

6b) Billing Scenario B: Subscribes on 2nd September before cut-off = Receives September Box.  Next billing is 1st October = Receive October Box. 

7) You can cancel your subscription anytime from your account. The promotional price will be valid till the end of your subscription. Any new subscriptions made thereafter will be subjected to the price stated on our website.

8) Please also read our shipping information on discovery boxes here >>>

Monthly Discovery Box Preview

August 2021 
1) Manotsuru Junmai Daiginjo "Summer: Look Up!" 

We are now in the 3rd installment of the "Same Sky" Series, "Look Up!".  Like stars in the jet-black night sky, enjoy the deep flavor, sweetness, and gorgeous aroma of this Junmai Daiginjo from Manotsuru. The bottle features the Milky Way when looking up from the Sado gold mine and the glow in the dark label reviews a pair of star-crossed lovers reuniting under the starry night. This would make the most meaningful and sentimental gift to a lover or a good friend.

"Whenever you miss me, look up. Wherever I may be,  I will always be with you under the same sky." 

More about this series: In 2020, when Corona covered the world, Obata Sake Brewery asked “What is the original role of sake?” While the movement and contact of people was restricted, Manotsuru believed that sake has the power to “connect people”. They want to send the world a message that even if we are far apart, our hearts will always be close together when we tilt the cup. The four bottles in the "Same Sky" series, follows the seasons of the year- Winter, Spring, Summer, Autumn. The glow in the dark element on the label reveals a hidden artwork with meaningful sentiments.

2) Ishizushi Ginjo Natsugin
Natsu means summer and this Ginjo sake is the perfect beverage to unwind in Summer.  The Natsugin achieved such high quality by using (1) Matsuyama Mitsui, a type of sake rice exclusively grown in Ehime Prefecture and blended with Yamadanishiki. (2) the water from the tallest Ishizuchi mountains of the Shikoku region, combined with (3) labour intensive slow-pressed with the old-style mashing equipment (funashibori type sake). It has a wonderful note of milk chocolate and apple, Smooth and crisp texture and finishes very clean, sharp and dry.

July 2021 

Echizen Junmai Daiginjo Sakahomare

Let's travel to Fukui Prefecture, where 17 brewers celebrates the creation of "Sakahomare" , a new Sake-specific rice strain by simultaneously brewing sake with this rice in 2019. Interestingly, Sakahomare rice would be a perfect follow up from June's discovery box, as it is a cross breed between last month's "Koshi No Shizuku" and Yamadanishiki. Since the first character of Fukui Prefecture is "luck/prosperity", it would be a great gift option for new beginnings!

Dewazakura OKA Ginjo Yamadanishiki 

Before the 1980s, "Ginjo" grade was virtually unknown until "Oka Ginjo" made a breakthrough in the mainstream market. The Oka Ginjo was so well-received that it triggered a "Ginjo boom" in the sake industry. It's not too long ago, but it still marks a time in the Sake History!

June 2021 

Hourai Junmai Daiginjo "Koshi No Shizuku"
Koshi No Shizuku is a rare rice created in 2003. It is a crossbreed between a Hyogo Kita Nishiki and Miyama Nishiki rice type. Hourai has yet again opened a new door of flavours with this sake by combining Koshi No shizuku with a yeast with calm aroma and Iwashimizu (water). Result is a smooth and refreshing sake that resembles the cold air of the early morning with a deep aftertaste. 

Gozenshu Tougai Omachi 50 Nama 
If you define sake purely by its grade, you might be missing out! Gozenshu took a courageous plunge to use an off-specification rice, Tougai Omachi. By right, it should have been a Daiginjo grade since the rice is polished to 50%. However, Japan cannot put the premium label on sake that has been made from ungraded rice. Hence, this sake is "gradeless". Based on's philosophy, we think this sake is still considered premium but we will leave it up to you to decide for yourself! We do encourage you to try this as part of your Sake Discovery and experience a flavour that cannot be expressed by a mere grade. 

May 2021 

Eikun Junmai Daiginjo Izutsuya Ihei 
This Junmai Daiginjo is one of the most popular sake in the brewing company Saito Shuzo with "Izutsuya Ihei" being an inherited name in the Saito family for many generations. This ultra premium sake is made from Kyoto's festive rice, Iwai, characterized by its rounded and luscious taste accompanied by a subtle aroma. This results in incredibly smooth and soft texture with a fruity rich fragrance. Especially recommended to drink in a cool moderate temperature brings out the rounded and balanced taste. Good with traditional Japanese cuisine.
This is the brewery's Easter egg, spring extra item, hidden collection! Whichever you call it - it is a winning sake that has bagged Triple Gold Awards. It is a Tokubetsu Honjozo made with Hidahomare rice, a seasonal item only available in Spring. It has a firm aroma with a clear, mellow and serene taste. 

April 2021 

Manotsuru Daiginjo Genshu "Spring: The Door of Hope"
Second in line of the "Same Sky" Series, is "The Door of Hope", featuring a row of cherry blossom trees, the spring scenery that the warm sun rises from the mountains, symbolising that "the sun also rises where you will find love and hope”. This would make the most perfect gift to a lover or a good friend you have well wishes for!

Toko Junmai Hanami
Hanami is the practice of viewing cherry blossoms when they are in full bloom. This fruity, rich seasonal sake is perfect for the spring blooming time. Its fragrant sweetness harmonizes gently with springtime food.

(Note: Due to the shortage of shipment vessels, the arrival of Manotsuru Daiginjo Genshu "Spring: The Door of Hope"  has been severely delayed. Hence, the projected date that April's discovery box can reach you is 23rd April (Friday). We will update again if there are any changes. Fingers crossed. May's Discovery Box will go as per scheduled on 7th May (Friday). Thank you for your kind understanding. )

March 2021 

Toko Junmai Daiginjo Hidarikiki
Accompanying the softnessof the famous dewasansan rice is the aroma of tropical fruits and a light and fresh taste on the pallet. “Hidari-kiki” (a left-handed person) is slang from the Edo period which means “drinker”. The name comes from the fact that the tokkuri would be held in the right hand while the cup would be held in the left.

Manotsuru Junmai Ginjo "Winter: Beyond the Snow Sky" 
In 2020, when Corona covered the world, Obata Sake Brewery asked “What is the original role of sake?” While the movement and contact of people was restricted, Manotsuru believed that sake has the power to “connect people”. They want to send the world a message that even if we are far apart, our hearts will always be close together when we tilt the cup. This is one of the four bottles in the "Same Sky" series, plus the bottle glows in the dark!

February 2021

Manotsuru Ganjitsu Hatsushibori Daiginjo Namazake
This limited edition Daiginjo was pressed and bottled on 2021 New Year's Day. It is fresh, rich and aromatic with pear flavor. This is the best sake to wish the good of the year! 

Toko Junmai 
This Gold medalist of Fine SAKE award, Japan 2015 has a soft mild taste so calm and warm that you always want to come back for more! Intense when cold and gentle when hot – this sake has various sides.

January 2021

Nadagiku Junmai Daiginjo Judo
Special Cuvee to commemorate their ancestor, MIkinosuke Kawaishi, a Judoka who largely contributed to the development of Judo around the world, especially in Europe. Made with Yumenishiki, this sake is Intense, Rich & Impactful. It won a gold medal at the 2020 Kuramaster Sake Competition.

Hideyoshi Junmai Ginjo Shosei
Light & Smooth Junmai Ginjo. Polished to 50%, so technically also can be considered a Junmai Daiginjo. This is one of the first Ginjo-style sakes ever made! Won the  Junmai Ginjo Trophy from the International Sake Challenge 2020.

December 2020  
Keigetsu Junmai Daiginjo Sake Nature 2019 
Hourai Junmai Daiginjo Gokuiden 


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Zhenhao C.
Singapore Singapore
I recommend this product
Love the Discovery Boxes

They are good value, and also brings a welcomed surprise every month during these challenging times! Thanks to the Interrice team!!!

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Beautiful and delicious bottles

amazing! fun to get new bottles

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Dan H.
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Doorbell rang, delivery came.

Doorbell rang, delivery came.

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Christopher A.
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Monthly discovery box

Very worth it. Bought for the month of dec and got two beautiful daiginjos

Patrick A.
Singapore Singapore
I recommend this product
You'll get more than what you paid for!

Every Monthly Discovery Box comes with a package; two bottles of premium Sakes, a great deal of satisfaction, and a conversation starter. An absolute choice whether you're a Sake professional looking forward to enjoy the next sip of contentment, or someone wanting to try a totally different genre of alcohol. Heck, there are times when one of the bottles are even more expensive than the original cost of the two bottles combined together. Don't say that you've not been warned.