California rice and fresh Hawai‘i pineapple produce a sake combo made in heaven. It’s a unique tropical flavor expression from the Aloha State, 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: Specialty (Local style)
Rice variety: Calrose
Goes well with carpaccio and seafood salads of shrimp, crab and local Hawai‘i fish. Keep refrigerated and serve chilled.