An alcoholic beverage brewed using water, rice, and koji mold as its main ingredients.
Nomi (pronounced “noh-mee”):
Japanese word meaning “only.” When paired with the word saké, it is also slang for, to put it politely, “one who likes to drink.” (from the verb nomu, to drink)
We named our shop Saké Nomi because we sell only premium saké, and we hope to create an atmosphere that will appeal to “drinking enthusiasts".
Our fridge is chock-full of these seasonal and rare sake. C’mon down and help us make room for next week’s arrivals! Kanpai!
4 days ago
“The question then becomes, ‘Which Rock & Roll HOF band *DOESN’T* have their own sake?’”
#foofighters #tatenokawa #sakenomiseattle
4 days ago
From Yamagata prefecture’s Tatenokawa Shuzo — the junmai daiginjo ONLY brewery who brought us the exquisite Phoenix Junmai Daiginjo (our best-seller the last couple years) — we are proud to announce the EXTREMELY limited US release of the brewery’s collaboration with the rock band Foo Fighters: Foo Fighters Hansho Gin (Midnight Silver) and Foo Fighters Hansho Ao (Midnight Blue) Junmai Daiginjo sake.
According to the importer: "Sato Junpei, CEO & 6th generation brewer of Tatenokawa is an enormous Foo Fighters Fan. He has made a dream come true through this special collaboration with the band!”
We’re accepting orders today and the bottles will be available for pick up tomorrow. These will definitely sell out soon, so please give us a shout if you’re interested in experiencing these unique brews.
Kanpai and rock on! #foofighters #sakenomiseattle
Spotlight on Tsukasabotan Senchu Hassaku Hiyaoroshi Junmai Genshu.
Notes of fresh vegetation, sweet mint, and watermelon rind in the nose. Soft, yet substantial weight to the mouthfeel and an unspicy dryness. Exquisite, delicate balance between the astringent and sweet elements.
We’re down to our last case already — don’t sleep on it!