Refreshing, fruity, delicious: The Ozeki Hana Awaka Sparkling Sake is simply fun in a glass. With 7% alcohol, this sparkling sake is an ideal aperitif, but also a great accompaniment to a light meal. With its low alcohol content it is a good alternative to "normal" sake.
Hana Awaka Sparkling Sake is mildly foaming and has a pleasant, natural sweetness. The fruitiness, which comes from the white koji, is in harmony with the fresh and light acidity. Hana Awaka has fine notes of melon and pear. Sparkling sake is produced in the traditional way of brewing, it consists of water, rice and koji. Sparkling Sake is an absolute trend in Japan. In Formula 1, in the land of the rising sun on the winners' podium, large bottles of Sparkling Sake are used instead of champagne.
Hana Awaka Sparkling Sake is an ideal aperitif, but also goes well with lighter dishes or desserts. The low alcohol content of 7% vol. makes this sparkling sake a particularly light companion, and of course a perfect alternative for those who don't like beer... Hana Awaka means "glittering blossom", which is reflected in the elegant bottle design with its floral decoration. Enjoy it chilled, preferably directly with a straw from the bottle or in a champagne glass.
Sparkling Sake, Origin: Japan
Net Quantity: 250 ml
Alk.: 7% vol.
Dispensed only to persons of full age
Importer: Ginza Berlin GmbH, Pfalzburger Straße 20, 10719 Berlin
About Ozeki Co. LTD.
The Ozeki Brewery has existed since 1711 and is located in Nishinomiya City in Hyogo Prefecture, northwest of Osaka on the island Honshū. The company is best known in Japan for the invention of its "One Cup Sake", which was launched in 1964 for the Olympic Games in Tokyo. This canned sake became a total hit in Japan. Two years later, Ozeki set up the first vending machines for this. This made Ozeki the first company in Japan to sell alcohol in vending machines. In addition to its offices in Japan, Ozeki has had a large headquarters in Hollister, California, since 1979, where it has been extremely successful in selling sake.