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Featured Sake

Kikusui Junmai Daiginjo Genshu

If you’re looking for one of the best bottles of sake out there, here it is—Kikusui’s Junmai Daiginjo Genshu. The brewery mills down the rice to 40% before it is fermented slowly at cold temperatures for a delicate yet structured profile. You can also expect deep scents of refreshing apple and a rich texture.

This Junmai Daiginjo Genshu is also one of the few sake made with the rare Kikusui sake rice. Kikusui rice said to be the progenitor to a more popular breed called Gohyakumangoku. That means you’re tasting a key piece of Japanese history!

Serve chilled, or on the rocks.

  • Junmai Daiginjo

  • Genshu, undiluted sake

  • Semaibuai: 40%

  • 17% alcohol

  • 720ml

  • Made in Niigata

See the brewery

The snow that falls on the Iide mountain range, which rise over 2,000 meters above sea level, becomes perfect soft water. One of the key ingredients for Sake brewing is water and here there is an abundance of pure soft water. We at Kikusui feel blessed to be in an area so ideally suited for sake brewing.
— Kikusui