Gekkeikan Sake (720ml)
Japanese rice wine is not a liqueur, although it is often brewed to liqueur-like strengths by simultaneous processes which convert sugar starch to sugar and then to alcohol. The ferments are Koji and Sake yeast. Gekkeikan claims itself as the largest selling sake in the world.
The company is based in Fushimi, Kyoto, and was founded in 1637 by Jiemon Ōkura. One of the world's oldest companies, it is today a member of the Henokiens group. The name 'Gekkeikan' literally means "laurel wreath". 14.5% alc./vol.