Storage of Sake
Always store Sake cold, preferably refrigerated at all times. Although 90pct of all Sake is pasteurized twice, the fermentation process is still active in the bottle. By cooling down the Sake, you slow down the process significantly.
How long does a bottle of Sake stay fresh after opening
In short, it depends.. For pastaurized Sake the approximate lifespand is two months if it is kept refrigerated. The lifespand is shorter for Namazake, or un-pasteurized is 4 weeks. There are many minor differences between types of Sake. Junmai Daiginjo tends to loss its vigour faster than Junmai, or Junmai Ginjo and Honjozo style Sake.
Do we ship internationally
We do indeed. Please contact us if you have any questions about shipping to your country.
For orders within the European Union we include Danish sales tax, but for orders to countries outside the EU, we can subtract the sales tax.
Where are you located
We are based in Copenhagen, Denmark