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Japanese New Year’s Tradition

A New Year’s Greetings from Team Deja vu Sake Co.! We wish you all a happy new year and hope 2021 will be filled with lots of fun over drinks with your loved ones. In Japan, the New Year’s Day is more significant than Christmas Day. First three days of the new...
Oishi Gibson

Oishi Gibson

This is a strong and savoury aperitif style.  Similar to a Gibson martini. Powerful Umami, salt and savoury   Ingredients 30ml MARS Wa Bi Gin 30ml KENBISHI Kuromatsu 10ml Amontillado 1 Dash Ango Bitters Instructions Serve in a goblet style glassStirred, Up...
‘Everyday’ Collins

‘Everyday’ Collins

This drink is a dry and fresh take on a classic Tom-Collins style; using sake makes it low-ABV and refreshing.   Ingredients 60ml KUNIZAKARI Josen30ml Mandarin Juice10ml Lemon JuiceTop Sparkling water Instructions Serve in a highball glass with iceMix all the...

Serving Sake

Serving Sake Chilled or Warm Sake Japanese Sake is a unique drink that can be served at a wide range of temperatures. Generally, premium Sake like Daiginjo and Ginjo should be served chilled like white wine so you can enjoy the floral and fruity aroma. Earthy,...
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