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Do you know your sake? - What does "Ginjo" mean?

Japanese sake is well known and loved by many all around the world. We know there are many kinds of sake - we have seen different names such as "Junmai", "Daiginjo" and "Ginjo" on the labels, but do you know what they really mean?

We hope from this series, you will be able to understand sake better and find out what class suits your taste buds best!

Recommended Ginjo sake:

1. Manotsuru Karakuchi Ginjo - View description page

2. Tenryohomare Karakuchi Ginjo - View description page

3. Imayotsukasa Arabashi Junmai Ginjo - View description page

Click here to check out our Ginjo sake collection!

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New! Tenryohomare Sake

New stock of sakes! Tenryohomare brewery was founded in 1880, and is renown for its snow kept japanese sake. It is located in Mount Shiga of Nagano Prefecture, which hosted the 1998 Winter Olympics. It is known for its deep winters and pure soft water, perfect for making premium sakes. Tenryohomare stores and ages its sakes 3 metres below snow, giving them a more refreshing and richer flavour! Not to be missed!

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