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Sake and the sweeter mirin rice wine are widely used in Japanese cooking. Of course you can use the drinking versions as well, however cooking mirin and cooking sake are often seasoned with salt or have a much lower alcohol percentage.

These both mean we don’t need to charge VAT, making them better value for your day-to-day dishes. That is the same with Shoaxing wine in Chinese cooking too.

  • Shaoxing (Shao Hsing) Rice Wine
    Traditional Chinese rice wine for drinking or cooking - with rich sherry note...
    Traditional Chinese rice wine for drinking or cooking - with rich sherry notes
  • Mirin 250ml
    Sweet Japanese rice wine used in soups, marinades, dips and dressings
    Sweet Japanese rice wine used in soups, marinades, dips and dressings
  • Hinode Ryorishu Cooking Sake
    Use in Japanese cooking - soups, stocks, dressings and marinades
    Use in Japanese cooking - soups, stocks, dressings and marinades
  • Shaoxing (Shao Hsing) Rice Wine
    Core ingredient in Chinese cooking
    Core ingredient in Chinese cooking
  • Shaoxing 5 Years Hua Tiao Wine
    Higher quality aged Shaoxing wine – for drunken dishes where the flavour sh...
    Higher quality aged Shaoxing wine – for drunken dishes where the flavour shines through
  • Hon Mirin Rice Wine
    Premium & traditional mirin rice wine – essential Japanese seasoning
    Premium & traditional mirin rice wine – essential Japanese seasoning
  • Verjus du Perigord
    Unripe grape juice that's indispensable in classic French cuisine
    Unripe grape juice that's indispensable in classic French cuisine