For the 4th IRA Sake On-nomi, we will be offering something very special. As requested, this tasting set includes 5 x 80ml Daiginjo/Junmai Daiginjo Sakes from different prefectures. This will be fulfilled and delivered on the late afternoon of Wednesday, 27 May 2020.
We will offer the individual bottles at a discounted rate for the next 2 weeks.
We will be running a Zoom Live Video Conference for the Unique Style Selection On-nomi at 8pm on Wednesday, 27 May 2020.
We will also be running a Facebook and Instagram Live at the same time.
Premium Daiginjo Sake Tasting Set
1. Kawatsuru Junmai Daiginjo Beppin
An elegant and sophisticated sake from Kagawa prefecture. Rich, full flavoured and dry flavours.
2. Echizen Misaki Daiginjo Kinsho
Settled and Deep notes from this boutique sake brewery in Fukui. Expect complex and mature flavours.
3. Nihonsakari Junmai Daiginjo Souhana
This was made specially for the Emperor Reiwa's coronation in 2019. Rich, creamy, and elegant flavours.
4. Senkin Junmai Daiginjo Urara
This is an ultra low polish sake made using the shizuku drip method. Fresh, Juicy and elegant, with a silky texture and a gentle astringency.
5. Juyondai Kakushin Daiginjo Yamadanishiki Nama
A cult favourite, usually hard to find, and always expensive. Try to see if this sake is worth the hype, and moolah!
We will include a tasting sheet for the on-nomi.
Delivery guy in the east coast area handsome
Inter Rice Asia
We think so too
Premium variety without the premium price tag
This was requested thru the previous tasting session and it was super overwhelming! Our local consumers really loved the good stuff even thou the price tag was significantly higher, but hey, you don't get to taste the legendary Juyondai every other day!
I think that the sake, because it was transferred out into a tasting set, might have been exposed to too much air. All of them tasted very flat. Could tell that they were good quality sake though.
Had an enjoyable session which was fun education :)
Inter Rice Asia
The tasting set was a great way to increase one's exposure to multiple premium sakes at an affordable cost, especially if you're not too sure which one suits your palate more. tl;dr you get to try Juyondai and 4 other great sakes without burning your pocket.