Speaking of Japanese sake, many of you may think of a word - 'traditional'. Truly, there are many sakes without attractive labels which make them difficult to attract attention, and this can said to be one of the problems faced by Japanese breweries on how to promote their sake overseas. In fact, to make Japanese sake more accepted by the public, some sake breweries are gradually undergoing changes. While maintaining the quality of sake, they are committed to improving the packaging to make the sakes perfect on both inside and outside.
In order to meet the needs of sake fans, Saketora has selected 3 new high-quality sakes that are attractive and delicious, including a limited edition in collaboration with the popular illustrator AUTO MOAI. AUTO MOAI's illustrations are full of characteristics, mostly black and white with faceless figures. When combined with traditional sake, it becomes vivid and interesting, subverting people's inherent impression of the traditional Japanese sake. As a sake lover, you must not miss it!
Kikusakari X AUTO MOAI
Limited Junmai Daiginjo
A limited Junmai Daiginjo in collaboration with the popular designer AUTO MOAI. The design of the outer box is unconventional, designed into the shape of a house, while the bottle design is fashionable, making the traditional sake become the cutting edge of the trend. Brewed with sake rice Yamadanishiki from Hyogo Prefecture and polished to 40%, the smell is calm and gorgeous, with the fruity aroma and a soft aftertaste. Regardless of the appearance and the sake inside, it is the top tempting Junmai Daiginjo.
Kikusakari X AUTO MOAI
Limited Junmai Ginjo
Another limited sake in collaboration with the popular designer AUTO MOAI. The design is full of designer characteristics, with black and white as the main tone and the faceless characters, fashionable and full of imagination. The taste is slightly sweet, and the mouthfeel is light and refreshing. It is perfect for food pairing with wide variety of foods.
With the colourful flowers as the main theme of the design, the sake becomes elegant and energetic. Brewed with Miyamanishiki and slowly aged at low temperature, the aroma is powerful and full of umami. It is sweet and sour like flowers and fruits on the design. Chilled and tasted in a red wine glass would be a good choice.