Whether it’s a springtime picnic, backyard barbecue, or an afternoon in the sun, bring along a Namazake to enhance the season.
What makes Namazake Unique?
“Nama” means fresh and refers to “unpasteurized” sake. Pasteurization is the second to last step in the sake brewing process and kills off any remaining yeast and enzymes left in the bottle post-brew. In the creation of a Namazake, this step is bypassed, and you are left with a fresher, livelier and more fragrant ..read more