HAKUTSURU Cup Sake 200ml

Free Gift
Delivery info* (Click for details)

Delivery Information

  • All orders are dispatched on a next working day service (Mon - Fri UK mainland only).
  • Cut-off time is 12 noon Mon - Thurs for next day delivery.
  • Orders placed after 12 noon Mon - Thurs will be delivered on the second consecutive day after the order was placed.
  • Orders placed on Thursday afternoon & Friday morning:
  1. Orders that do not contain frozen items will be delivered the following Monday.
  2. Orders that contain frozen items will be delivered the following Tuesday.

Click here for more information about UK delivery. Ordering from abroad? Click here.

SKU : S0174


The sale of alcohol and knives is stictly prohibited to those under 18 years of age. A signature by an adult will be required.


HAKUTSURU - Josen Premium Sake Cup 200ml

The Hakutsuru Josen Premium Sake Cup comes in a convenient 200ml size, making it suitable for individual servings. The cup packaging provides ease of use and portability, allowing sake enthusiasts to enjoy a single serving without the need for additional pouring or decanting.

As a premium sake, Hakutsuru Josen is crafted using carefully selected ingredients and meticulous brewing processes. The sake is made from high-quality Yamada Nishiki rice, which is regarded as one of the best rice varieties for brewing sake due to its superior flavour and texture!

Tasting Notes: Complex yet smooth with hints of earth and spice.

Perfect Food Pairings: Sushi, sashimi, tempura, grilled seafood, yakitori, cheese and charcuterie.

  • Size: 200ml
  • Grade: Futsushu
  • Style: Regular
  • Polishing Grade: N/A
  • Rice Type: Japanese
  • Ingredients: Water, Rice, Brewer's Alcohol, Rice Koji
  • Alcohol: 15.3
  • SMV: 1
  • Acidity: 1.4
  • Amino Acid Value: 1.1
  • Drinking Temperature: 5~15℃ , 30~50℃
  • Prefecture: Hyogo

    Made in Japan.

    To learn more about Sake and Hakutsuru, continue reading below!

    Related Items

    Further Reading


    Sake is a fermented rice drink and widely accepted as Japan’s traditional alcoholic drink.