Aug 26, 2020 - 12:35 PM
Thanks for reaching out and kudos to you for wanting to expand your sake horizon. Sake runs the gamut for quite sweet to quite dry. In fact when I'm looking for a dry sake I often seek out a sake labelled "karakuchi," which translates to "dry."
Tippsy has many dry sake available and you can find them easily by sorting through the inventory with the drop-down menu of Light and Dry, or Rich and Dry.
As for a recommendation, for a lighter drinking sake, I would try Kikusui Karakuchi, from Niigata prefecture, or Suigei Tokubetsu Junmai, from Kochi Prefecture. Both regions are renowned for their light, dry and very drinkable sake.
For something richer, but still dry, I would try Kenbishi Kuromatsu, or Tengumai Junmai
Thanks again for your question and kanpai!