Food Pairing - Oily Food

Sake rich in tartness can create a fantastic harmony with oily food. The fattiness and richness of oily dishes are very palate-satisfying; however, it can also be overwhelming and exhausting. A sake with high acidity shows a sharp and clean aftertaste that can help scrape the fattiness out of our mouth, leading to an outstanding balance. Sakes that are made through the Yamahai and Kimoto fermentation technique usually demonstrate wilder acidity, pairing well with Chinese braised pork, Chinese cured meat and cheese etc.

Jokigen Kiss of Fire 750ml
Maboroshinotaki Junmaiginjo Aged 3 Years 720ml
Tamajiman Tanrei Junmai-daiginjo 720ml
TamaJiman Junmai Tanrei 720ml
Kokuryu Icchorai 720ml
Taiheizan Junmai-kimoto Shingetsu 720ml
Jozen Pink Junmai-ginjo Matured 720ml
Fuji-Takasago, Yamahai Daiginjo 720ml
Tomio Junmai Premier Amour 720ml
Kinshi-Masamune, Matsuya-Kyube Junmai Daiginjo 720ml
Suishin, Junmai Ginjo (Autumn Edition) 750ml
Iwanoi Yamahai Junmai Daiginjo Yamadanishiki 720ml