Sake is a unique beverage because it can be enjoyed at a wide range of temperatures, such as "chilled" or "warmed," more than other liquors in the world. Since the other characteristic of sake is a masking effect, sake can be paired with seafood.We hope you enjoy the Ozeki brand of sake in various ways based on the season, occasion or cuisine.
Daiginjo-shu is a very special sake among Ginjo varieties. This is high-quality sake which is slowly brewed at a low temperature from rice grains milled to at least 50 percent of its original size. Daiginjo-shu is produced with care and time. Since Daiginjo-shu has an excellent taste, aroma and brilliance, it is called a work of art in sake production. Junmai-Daiginjo is the type of Daiginjo-shu which is made only from rice, rice koji and water.
Junmai-Daiginjo is characterized by mellow flavor with the elegance of a subtle fruity aroma. Serve well chilled.
Daiginjo-shu is a very special sake among Ginjo varieties. This is high-quality sake which is slowly brewed at low temperatures from rice grains milled to at least 50 percent of its original size. Daiginjo-shu is produced with care and time. Since Daiginjo-shu has excellent taste, aroma, and brilliance, it is called an artistic production of sake.
Daiginjo-shu is characterized by a clear and refreshing flavor with the elegance of a subtle fruity aroma. Served well chilled.
Junmai-shu is made only from rice, rice koji, and water. Junmai-shu tends to have a rich taste with a mellow flavor that keeps the original taste of rice. Special Junmai-shu is the type of Junmai-shu that has a special step in the production process, or uses special ingredients.
Junmai-shu is made only from rice, rice koji and water. Junmai-shu tends to have a rich taste with a mellow flavor that keeps the original taste of rice.
Honjozo-shu is made from rice which has been milled to 70% or less of the grain, rice koji, brewing alcohol and water. Honjozo-shu is smooth and has a crisp dry flavor since it contains brewing alcohol.
Nama-chozo has a fresh aroma and a light flavor. This type of sake is made of fresh sake that is stored after the final mash is pressed. It is only heated for pasteurization right before bottling. Nama-chozo is produced with special care for the fresh taste that is unique to chilled sake.
Wooden casks had been used for transportation, so all sake used to have a woodsy aroma. Taru-zake is the traditional type of sake that is aged in casks and thus takes on the fragrance of the wood.
Taru-zake gets its fresh aroma from Yoshino cedar which is wonderfully fused with the clear and dry flavor of sake. This type of sake can be enjoyed with various cuisines.
Sparkling sake is splendid because of its sparkling bubbles of carbonation. Enjoy sparkling sake for its smoothness.
Table-sake is the standard type of sake that is most widely consumed in Japan. It is perfect as your everyday choice of sake!
Honkaku Shochu is singly distilled shochu made in a traditional way from natural ingredients such as barley, sweet potatoes, rice or buckwheat. The charm of Honkaku Shochu is the original flavor of its basic ingredients. This is one of the unique spirits in the world since the taste of natural ingredients can be enjoyed.
Sweet Potato Shochu
Sweet Potato Shochu has a unique aroma, mellow flavor and the sweetness of sweet potato. This is the standard type of shochu that is one of the most popular shochu in Japan along with Barley shochu.
Barley Shochu has the unique aroma of barley, a moderate sweetness and clear, light flavor. This is the standard type of shochu that is one of the most popular shochu in Japan along with sweet potato shochu.
Umeshu - Plum Liqueur
Umeshu is one of the most popular Japanese liqueurs. It is made by steeping ume (Japanese plum) fruits in alcohol and sugar then extracting the ingredient of the matured ume after several months to several years.
Skin Care Products
Tradition has it that “Washing your face with rice bran makes your skin beautiful.”“Hands become moist after washing rice.” “The sake brewers’ hands are white and beautiful.”
It is also said that some people used sake, made from rice, as an alternate skin lotion because rice, the Japanese food staple from ancient times contains plenty of beauty components.
Ozeki’s skin care products are produced with the fermentation technology that we have been developing for over 300 years through brewing sake.
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