Shochikubai Shirakabegura Mio Sparkling Sake- Small, 150 ml

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£4.99 £3.98

5 / 5

77 reviews

A sake that is as pleasant on the tastebuds as it is easy on the eyes. The sake in this one-of-a-kind elegant blue bottle has been crafted in the traditional brewing style, using nothing but Japanese rice, rice koji for fermentation, fresh water and a little carbonation. It has a uniquely sweet aroma and refreshingly fruity flavour that has seen it enthrall sake lovers with its satisfyingly gentle fizz. Enjoy chilled during any special or not-so-special occasion.

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Type: Sparkling Sake
Sake Metre Value: -70 (low alcohol content)
Flavour: Soft and smooth
Fragrance: Fruity
Drinking Temperature: Best enjoyed chilled
Food Pairing: A soft, smooth sparkling sake such as this is best enjoyed on its own. Also good with sweets.

ITEM ID: #13057


Softer and sweeter than sparkling wines, sparkling sake is a fantastic alternative. In Japan the winners at F1 races even spray each other with sparkling sake instead of champagne on the winner’s podium! Like still sake, sparkling sake comes in all kinds of grades and varieties, so whatever your mood, occasion or meal there’s a sparkling sake for you!

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• Alcohol Content: 5%

Ingredients and allergens

Water, Rice, Rice Koji, (Carbon Dioxide)


7 reviews
Delicious! Nice and light with a meal.
Great to have a small bottle of sparkling *** to have on my own. Good taste especially chilled
Lovely sweet sparkling sake. Beautiful bottle to. Brilliant price.
nice flavor
This was my first experience with drinking sake and I was impressed by the taste of it as I am someone who doesn't enjoy drinking alcohol. I would definitely recommend to anyone who doesn't like the taste of alcohol as it doesn't have to strong a taste.
I was introduced to sake when I visited Japan many years ago.\nWhen I cook a Japanese meal I always have sake to compliment the food.\nI would highly recommend the product.