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SakeOne G Joy Sake

SakeOne G Joy Sake

SakeOne is looking to take sake in a new direction with their G Joy sake ($20). This premium sake is created with food lovers in mind and is equally designed to go with traditional Japanese cuisine as well as chipotle spiced ribs. The rice of this sake is milled to 60% of its original size and the drink is blended from other sakes before being aged 10 months. Tasting notes label G Joy as offering ripe melon flavors with hints of pear in your mouth.

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