"This is a rich, full flavored sake with fresh-cut green grass aromas and hints of tropical fruits with cantaloupe leading by a nose. The mouth feel is silky with mango and baked pear flavors and suggestions of creme brulee, though the sweetness is kind to the palate with excellent acidity leading the way to the finish"
"With slightly yeasty notes and roasted walnut aromas, this well rounded sake has a rich mouthfeel. Dry and crisp, the flavors are dominated by mixed nuts, fresh cut green grass and other earthier flavors. Medium-bodied, the finish is lengthy and dry; a perfect food companion."
"An elegant, super-premium sake from a brewery with an 850-year history. The brewery is considered to be Japan's oldest surviving sake brewer. A pleasingly light and fruity nose, laced wth violets, strawberries, pear and grape. A refined and clear flavor, yet settled and deep. Semi-dry with a superbly clean finish."
"Ozeki One Cup, a product that Ozeki, one of the largest brewers in the country, has focused on over the past 20 years or so, with great success (so much so that it is very difficult to find an actual bottle of their sake). They even own the name \ufffdOne Cup.\ufffd"
"Made with local Gin Otome sake rice milled down to 45%. This is the quintisential Daiginjo-style sake. After experiencing the fancy, flowery aroma, flavorful attack, and clean finish, you will understand Daiginjo-styled sakes right away. Recommend serving temperature: chilled. Certified Kosher."
"Ozeki was the first major sake brewer to begin production in the United States. In 1999, Ozeki Sake (USA) celebrated its 20th anniversary. Ozeki's Japan headquarters is located in Nada, a sake brewing region famous for its water (Miyamizu) and sake-brewing rice (Yamada-Nishiki). In the U.S., Ozeki was also concerned about location, which is why Hollister, California, was carefully chosen. In Hollister, water from the Sierra Nevada mountains and rice from nearby Sacramento provide Ozeki Sake with quality ingredients to make the finest sake."