Organic Sake…mmmmmm


What will those green boozehounds think of next? First it was organic wine, then organic vodka, then flavored organic vodka, and now, according to Cocktail Organico, Sake!

Because of labelling standards differing between the U.S. and Japan, it can’t be labelled organic, but Joto Sake (their site exhaustively describes the sake-making process) is going to be bringing the stuff to our shores under the label “high ecological standards.” Their sake is made in the tradional way using the yamahai and kimoto methods, since I know you were curious.


Now I have something to go with my avocado and brown rice rolls!! Sushi and sake party anyone? 

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About Starre Vartan
Starre Vartan is editor-in-chief of and the author of the Eco-Chick Guide to Life.


  1. Don’t forget the cashews in those rolls! Yum. Sake used to be one of my favorite drinks. I love the small cups and the warm sweet taste!

  2. Thanks for your information on this page. It’s definitely useful to learn more on a subject of your interest to make us more educated for certain topics. I think its important eating organic; it is a healthy contribution to our bodies. Check this link for more on this topic

  3. Find the Momokawa Organic Ginjo (Junmai) and the Organic Nigori. Both are amazing and brewed in the US so their price is much less than the imports. I’d put the Ginjo up against any import. Amazing.

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