A go-to on the daija mazu pilgrimage or eating rolls with friends. Hot or on ice and if you're complaining about this one you're missing the point.
Gekkeikan Sake$17.99 + Shipping Fee
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Shellfish, Fish - Meaty & Oily
A versatile sake with dry, mellow flavors and natural aromas. Best when served at room temperature or chilled. Gekkeikan Traditional is the worlds most popular Junmai-shu! It embodies the signature Gekkeikan style and represents over 370 years and 14 generations of sake brewing experience.View all products by GekkeikanCalifornia Residents: Click here for Proposition 65 WARNING
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Also bought the wrong bottle of sake
JacobVerified BuyerVerified Buyer
Every good and exceptionally well priced, it's the first sake I've tried so that's why I gave 4 out of 5
LoieVerified BuyerVerified Buyer
That's enough sake to last a while! Better hot than chilled.
MichaelVerified BuyerVerified Buyer
This is a mediocre sake, but it is worth it for the cheap price. Overall the brand is pretty good, so even if this doesn't suit your taste, they have plenty of others that will.
AnnaVerified BuyerVerified Buyer
Have enjoyed this Sake especially a Sake Martini with Grey Goose garnished with sliced cucumber
Gentry C.Verified BuyerVerified Buyer
Good, exactly what I was after
TIMOTHYVerified BuyerVerified Buyer
For the price, this is a delightful sake with wonderful mouth feel. It is very refreshing. While I take it neat at room temperature or slightly chilled, it also suggests itself for a number of cocktails that are relatively low alcohol for a session around the pool or barbecue. A mule made with sake rather than vodka is a very refreshing drink, as is a classic shandy substituting sake for lager. Certainly a great item to have on hand when you want to entertain folk that need to kegally drive home.
ANNIEVerified BuyerVerified Buyer
This is an incredible sake done in the traditional manner. Great warm or chilled and fantastic to sauté mushrooms etc
Eddie M.Verified BuyerVerified Buyer
Fine example for arguing against "you get what you pay for". I've paid 10x more for bottles of artisan sake and in all honesty, Gekkeikan was, for the most part, the most drinkable.