When you pour in the sake you like,
you will have a cocktail with Japanese
fruit and mint sugar.
You can make your own cocktails right at home
using just your favorite Japanese sake.
for your special someone!
This sake tasting set with a present box is the perfect gift
for anyone who enjoys drinking sake.
How to enjoy
Just pour in any
sake you like!Pour in any sake you like to dissolve the mint sugar and it's done!
(warmed sake)Pour in Japanese sake and heat it up in a microwave oven without a lid on to get “Kan-Gria”!
An extra touchAdd some ice and have it on the rocks. Add soda water for a sake highball. Add fruit juice for extra juiciness.
You can even make
it non-alcoholic!Add soda water and fruit juice for a fruit soda. Add black tea to make it a flavored tea.
The 4 types of Japanese sakes
Matching Japanese sakes
The Ponshu-Gria, or “Japanese version of Sangria”, mixes the aroma of dried fruits produced in Japan with the aroma of the sake, so sakes with a mild aroma and a smooth taste is the most highly recommended.
Fruit × Sake Pairings
The acidity of the sake and the sweetness of the fruit will complement each other.
The sweetness of the sake and the tartness of the fruit will elevate the fruitiness!
The DOLCE features an apple-like fresh aroma and sweet taste that hides a juicy, tart aftertaste. Strawberries have a gorgeously rich scent and well-balanced sweetness and tartness.
Our recommendation combines the sweetness and tartness of DOLCE and strawberries.
The mellow taste of the Tabineko Hanabi is followed by a smooth and refreshing clean finish in the throat.
Its lack in aroma and taste can be supplemented with the unique yuzu lemon.