Japan

Japan

Sake has played a central role in Japanese life and culture for the past 2,000 years, and the knowledge and techniques involved in sake brewing have spread to every corner of the nation. From its earliest beginnings sake has been a drink of reverence, family, and friendship, consumed to mark important occasions. Because it is meant to be enjoyed with friends and family, tradition holds that a person must never pour their own sake; instead another person pours for you, and you do the same for them. For thousands of years sake has been a major part of Japanese life, and its popularity is now increasing on the international stage.
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  • Shimizu-No-Mai Pure Snow

    Pure Snow has a powerful flavor with distinctive texture accompanied by notes of ginger, Asian pear, and cantaloupe. Smooth, finishes soft-sweet to dry.

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