Junmai Daiginjo (純米大吟醸) is known to be the highest grade of sake available in Singapore and is renowned worldwide for its distinctive flavour and aroma. Daiginjo is brewed using a special method that involves rice with a milling rate of 50% or less of its original size. The amount of the outer layer of the rice grain that has been removed during the polishing process is referred to as the rice polishing ratio. For Junmai Daiginjo, the outer coating of the rice grain must be removed to reveal the inner core of the grain in at least 50% of the cases. This results in a light and smooth-tasting beverage with a subtle sweetness. Junmai Daiginjo is brewed using specially selected yeast, pure water, and other ingredients such as koji and lactic acid bacteria. The alcohol content of Junmai Daiginjo typically ranges between 15% and 16%.

Akitabare Suirakuten Classic

$70.00
An afforadable classic premium sake
Pairing Suggestions
Yakiniku

Dassai 23

$118.00
Intense, fragrant floral and melon notes drizzled with clear honey dance on your palate. This sake is fresh-tasting without the brashness of nama (unpasteurized) sake and has a long, elegant, dry finish.

Kaze No Mori Alpha 2 Manakatori

$165.00
Kaze no Mori was born in 1998, inspired by a desire to offer local people the chance to drink unpasteurized sake made from rice grown locally. The name Kaze no Mori comes from the “Kaze no Mori mountain pass” in Gose City. Situated at the foot of the lush green Kongo–Katsuragi mountain range, a pleasant wind blows through the area throughout the year.
Juicy, Melon, Blood Plum, Orange and Lemongrass with a perfect balance of sweet and sour.

Kaze No Mori Tsuyhakaze 507

$85.00
The number "507" has a specific significance. The number "50 represent its rice polishing ratio while the number "7" represent the yeast number 7 utilized during the fermentation process that gave Kaze no Mori its flavor.

This rice is distinguished by its large starchy core known as "shinpaku", the complex yet pleasing taste it produces when brewed. This sake has depth, volume, and personality in addition to its clear and well-balanced finish.

Pairing Suggestions: Aperitif, Easy Evening Sake

Sennorikyu Yumeshu Junmai Daiginjo

$85.00
Refreshing and versatile sake. Good to drink as its own
Pairing Suggestions
Hot Pot, Sashimi

Tatsuriki Daiginjo Blue Dragon Episode 1

$99.00
The premium of the Tatsuriki dragon series. Perfect as a meal starter.

This sake has quite a velvet feel, a light to medium body, and a lovely depth of taste with a clean-cut finish. It is semi-dry and has a very light nose of honeysuckle, melon musk, and anise. This new level of Daiginjo flavor profile is something that could not be achieved with conventional Ginjo techniques. This distinctive Daiginjo expresses a reviving aroma, a light character, and an extraordinary rich flavor by using distilled alcohol created only from premium yamadanishiki rice. The pinnacle of Daiginjo encounters.

Pairing Suggestions: Sashimi, Carpaccio, Tofu, Tempura

Yasakaturu Egao Hyakuyaku

$70.00
All the way from the Kyoto Prefecture, Egao Hyakuyaku has a scent that will delight your senses. Fresh chrysanthemum and sweet melon aroma that starts off sharp and sweet before mellowing and leaving notes of naseberry. It is smooth in taste, sophisticated, and a understated sake. Refreshing bouquet of chrysanthemum and sweet melon, crisp and sweet at first then mellows leaving notes of naseberry.

A welcoming sake that is ideal for newbies. Egao is best enjoyed before or in conjunction with appetizers.

Recommended for Beginners
Pairing Suggestions: Appetisers, Sukiyaki, White Fish Sashimi

Zankyo Super 7

$588.00
Infused with a fresh and elegant aroma of white flower and honey with elegant aroma of grape, citrus, strawberry, the sake is sweet, with a rich aftertaste. 350 hours is required for milling of rice to RPR 7% and a year's ageing in the brewery at ice temperature, resulting in a palate that is refine, smooth and silky with delicate acidity. The first sake with a single digit polishing. It is pure, stunningly balanced sake of exception quality. Multiple award winners. Limited to 999 bottle production annually, Zankyo Super 7 is the super premium series.

Why Buy from O Sake?

O Sake is Singapore’s leading retailer of sake. We strive to create an unforgettable experience with every bottle of sake we offer. From the unique flavor profiles to the exceptional quality and value, our selection will satisfy even the most discerning connoisseur.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the difference between Junmai Ginjo and Junmai Daiginjo?

Junmai Ginjo and Junmai Daiginjo are two types of Japanese sake that share a special brewing process involving milling the rice. Junmai Ginjo is made from rice polished to at least 60% of its original size, whereas Junmai Daiginjo it’s 50% or less. The alcohol content for both usually lies between 15-16%. You can also try our  Junmai Ginjo range as well.

How do you drink Junmai Daiginjo Sake?

The best way to enjoy Junmai Daiginjo is to serve it at room temperature or slightly chilled. It can be served in a sake cup or wine glass and should be consumed in small sips to savour the complex flavour profile fully. To create unique blends, you may also mix it with other beverages or ingredients.

Should Junmai Daiginjo be refrigerated?

Yes, it should be refrigerated to keep it at its best. Junmai Daiginjo is best served chilled, or at room temperature, so you should take it out of the fridge about 30 minutes before serving.

How long can you keep Junmai Daiginjo?

The shelf life of Junmai Daiginjo is approximately one year. Once opened, it can be kept in the refrigerator for up to one month. However, we recommend consuming it as soon as possible to experience its full flavour profile.

Is sake hard on your liver?

Sake is low in sugar and gluten-free, making it a healthier alcoholic beverage than wine or beer. However, like all alcoholic drinks, they should be consumed responsibly to avoid risking your health. Drinking too much can still damage your liver and other organs, so it’s important to drink in moderation and always stay within the recommended limits.