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Ozeki Osakaya Chobei Daiginjo Sake 720ml

$29.99
Ozeki Osakaya Chobei Daiginjo Sake 720ml
Our last bottles of Ozeki before we have to wait for our next allocation from Japan. This is never a Sake that is never in stock for long, the Ozeki Daiginjo has become one of the value standards that our clients can never get enough of, and every few months, we have to special order more. It is still one of the best Daiginjo values we have ever tasted, confirmed again after opening a bottle the other night with Sushi with some other expensive Sake's, where it held its own very well. Such a hugely popular Sake among our clients these won't last long. It is an excellent choice for the seasoned Sake drinker looking for a value as well as a great starting point for those looking to get familiar with Sake. Find out why it's one of our best sellers!

See our original offer below.
We offered this Sake over two years ago, and it was one of the best values we had ever tasted, with many clients coming back and asking for more. However, after that, the price went up, and it just didn't make sense, but here we are years later, and we were recently able to get our original price on this delicious bottle of Sake. Ozeki was established by Osakaya Chobei in 1711 and is one of Japan's leading sake breweries, located in the Hyogo prefecture in the Kansai region of western Japan. Named after its founder, the Osakaya Chobei is the brewery's most representative and classic Sake. Carrying over the traditional techniques and heart of sake brewing that have been passed down over generations—made with a slow, low-temperature fermentation of specially selected malted and 50% polished Japanese rice, giving the Sake a fruity, floral aroma and a balanced, rich, yet light and energetic palate. One unique characteristic of this is that many Daiginjo can be sweet, but this finishes on a relatively crisp, dry note allowing it to be enjoyed with different types of food; raw and cooked fish, veggies, and lighter meats. For the best enjoyment, we recommend serving the Chobei with a slight chill or at room temperature. This is Sake that everyone can enjoy and a fantastic starting point for those looking to venture further into Sake without a hefty price tag. The Ozeki Osakaya Chobei Daiginjyo truly over-delivers at this price point and is one of the best values for Sake, period.

Ozeki Osakaya Chobei Daiginjo Sake 720ml

Ozeki Osakaya Chobei Daiginjo Sake 720ml

$29.99
$29.99

Our last bottles of Ozeki before we have to wait for our next allocation from Japan. This is never a Sake that is never in stock for long, the Ozeki Daiginjo has become one of the value standards that our clients can never get enough of, and every few months, we have to special order more. It is still one of the best Daiginjo values we have ever tasted, confirmed again after opening a bottle the other night with Sushi with some other expensive Sake's, where it held its own very well. Such a hugely popular Sake among our clients these won't last long. It is an excellent choice for the seasoned Sake drinker looking for a value as well as a great starting point for those looking to get familiar with Sake. Find out why it's one of our best sellers!

See our original offer below.
We offered this Sake over two years ago, and it was one of the best values we had ever tasted, with many clients coming back and asking for more. However, after that, the price went up, and it just didn't make sense, but here we are years later, and we were recently able to get our original price on this delicious bottle of Sake. Ozeki was established by Osakaya Chobei in 1711 and is one of Japan's leading sake breweries, located in the Hyogo prefecture in the Kansai region of western Japan. Named after its founder, the Osakaya Chobei is the brewery's most representative and classic Sake. Carrying over the traditional techniques and heart of sake brewing that have been passed down over generations—made with a slow, low-temperature fermentation of specially selected malted and 50% polished Japanese rice, giving the Sake a fruity, floral aroma and a balanced, rich, yet light and energetic palate. One unique characteristic of this is that many Daiginjo can be sweet, but this finishes on a relatively crisp, dry note allowing it to be enjoyed with different types of food; raw and cooked fish, veggies, and lighter meats. For the best enjoyment, we recommend serving the Chobei with a slight chill or at room temperature. This is Sake that everyone can enjoy and a fantastic starting point for those looking to venture further into Sake without a hefty price tag. The Ozeki Osakaya Chobei Daiginjyo truly over-delivers at this price point and is one of the best values for Sake, period.