A tribute to Hawai‘i sakes made from California rice seventy years ago. Pleasant tartness at first, then robust flavor with a hint of bay leaf and fennel. Made naturally, without pasteurization or filtering.
Honolulu, Island of O‘ahu
Islander Sake Brewery Hawaii
Carrying on the heritage of the Honolulu Sake Brewery, founded in 1908, Islander Sake brews authentic ginjo and daiginjo labels using Japanese and California rice varieties.
Classification: Junmai Ginjo
Rice variety: Calrose
Goes with Hawai‘i foods from lau lau to huli huli chicken. Great with steak too. Keep refrigerated and serve cool, or for a real treat warmed to 110 degrees.