March 2008

The SECRET WORD March 2008

Posted by admin in 2008, March, Newsletter, The Secret Word

True Sake LogoAh, at last we have reached the end of this Newsletter and that of course means that we have come to the now-famous SECRET WORD. To those who are new the SECRET WORD is a chance for you to try a sake of note for half of that sake's original price. Just for reading this Newsletter. It is our way of saying thank you for trying to understand the wonders of sake. And in this regard we typically select a sake with a story, and this month's story is the relationship between sake and temples in Japan. Made in an ancient temple in Wakayama Prefecture Isenryuusui Junmai Ginjo from Heiwa Shuzo is a great brew made with superb water. In fact the name of this brew is "Running Springs."

Please remember the rules: only one bottle per reader, and don't tell your buddy at the moment if he/she isn't a Newsletter subscriber, always use a hushed or secret agent voice when saying the SECRET WORD, and lastly for those who have their sakes shipped we can only include the SECRET WORD sake in a four-pack purchase - meaning you must buy three other sakes. (THIS IS FOR CALIFORNIA RESIDENTS ONLY - Please refer to the Sake Bummer section above)

This month's brew is the brother to Manyou no Koubai Ginjo, and if you like it we will carry it! So please send an email to info @ stating in the subject line that it is a "Keeper" or "Not." It usually would sell for $28 but for you sake jockeys we will sell it for $14. And the SECRET WORD is...check your email inbox - We only give out the SECRET WORD in the mailed Newsletter! So sign up for the Newsletter!

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