Wine King Liquors – Fort Lee

$ 1475 Bergen Blvd Fort Lee, NJ, USA 201-944-5560

Bottle King – Ramsey

$ 476 Route 17 Ramsey, NJ, USA Website 201-934-9080

Linwood Wine – Hudson Lights

$ 625 Park Ave Fort Lee, NY, USA Website 201-944-5504

Mission Wine & Spirits

$ 1785 E Washington Blvd Pasadena, CA 91104, USA Website (626) 794-7026

Zanders Spirits ETC

$ 11008 Donner Pass Rd Truckee, CA 96161, USA Website (530) 582-1760

Mono Market

$ 51303 U.S. 395 Lee Vining, CA, USA Website (760) 647-1010

Palo Alto Fine Wine & Spirits

$ 3163 Middlefield Rd Palo Alto, CA, USA Website (650) 494-3640

Vendome Wine & Spirits

$ 10600 Riverside Dr North Hollywood, CA 91602, USA Website (818) 766-9593

The Willows Market

$ 60 Middlefield Rd Menlo Park, CA 94025, USA Website 650-322-0743

Convive Wine & Spirits

$ 196 Avenue A NY, NY 10009, USA Website 917-383-2111

Montrose & Graham

$ 178 Graham Ave Brooklyn, NY 11206 (718) 362-7960

Warehouse Wines & Spirits

$ 735 Broadway New York, NY 10003 Website (212) 982-7770

Vintage Grape

$ 1479 3rd Avenue New York, NY Website 212-535-6800

Hunter’s Point Wines & Spirits

$ Long Island City 4707 Vernon Blvd, NY Website (718) 472-9463

Shon 45 Wine & Spirits

$ 840 8th Avenue New York, NY (212) 582-5539

Herald Square Spirits

$$ 34 West 31st Street New York, NY (212) 244-5400

Chelsea Wine Country

$ 86 7th Ave New York, NY Website (212) 366-4904

Midtown 38 Wines

$$ 146 W 38th St New York, NY Website (212) 395-9200

Barrelmore Wine and Spirits

$$ 488 7th Ave New York, NY Website (212) 643-6789

The Bottle Shoppe

$ 353 Graham Ave Brooklyn, NY Website (718) 388-4122

Bottle Shoppe

$ 301 Bedford Avenue Brooklyn, NY Website (718) 302-3433

Dry Dock Wine + Spirits

$ 424 Van Brunt Street Brooklyn, NY Website (718) 852-3625

Grain & Vine

$ 190 Union Ave Brooklyn, NY Website (718) 782-9463

Natural Wine Co.

$ 211 North 11th Street Brooklyn, NY Website (646) 397-9463

De Wine Spot

$ 428 Lorimer St Brooklyn, NY Website (718) 388-9463

Duke’s Liquor Box

$ 170 Franklin Street Brooklyn, NY Website (347) 534-3088

Brooklyn Wine Exchange

$ 138 Court St Brooklyn, NY Website (718) 855-9463

Uva Wines & Spirits

$ 199 Bedford Avenue Brooklyn, NY Website (718) 963-3939

Union Square Wines

$ 140 4th Avenue New York, NY Website (212) 675-8100

Astor Wines & Spirits

$ 399 Lafayette Street New York, NY Website (212) 674-7500

Landmark Wine & Spirits

$$ 167 W 23rd St Manhattan, New York, NY (212) 242-2323

Cork and Barrel Wine and Spirits

$$$ 2616 Broadway New York, NY (212) 222-3700

Vanderbilt Wine Merchants

$$ 573 Vanderbilt Ave Brooklyn, NY Website (718) 398-1800

Introducing TOKKI

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: What is soju?
A: Soju is a Korean distilled alcohol (spirit) which was made with rice until 1965, when the South Korean government banned usage of rice for alcohol to alleviate shortages.
Q: How is Tokki different from mainstream green-bottle sojus?
A: The mainstream sojus have never reverted back to using rice, although the prohibition has been lifted in 1999. Green-bottle soju products usually consist of stevioside and other chemicals. Tokki uses sushi-grade, organic sticky rice sourced from California. It has no additives; just rice, hand-cultivated yeast called "nuruk" (누룩) and reverse-osmosis filtered water.
Q: Is this saké?
A: No. Simply put, saké is Japanese whereas soju is Korean. In addition, the former is produced by a brewing process more akin to that of beer whereas soju is distilled.
Q: Is Tokki Soju gluten-free?
A: All spirits are gluten free.


When You Drink With the Moon, You're Never Alone

Tokki is the first American handcrafted traditional rice soju. The vast majority of sojus on the market have drifted away from traditional ingredients and practices. The most popular brands are often made from harsh chemicals and sweet potato starches.

Tokki’s goal is to bring high quality clean soju back to the public using only the best ingredients and no artificial flavors or chemicals. Tokki soju is made from American sticky rice, water, and a traditional yeast that we hand cultivate called nuruk (누룩).

It’s the perfect marriage between Korea and the US!

For Brandon Hill, owner and creator of Tokki Soju, the moon and tokki (the Korean word for rabbit) have a strong significance in his life. Brandon moved to Korea in 2011, the year of the rabbit, to study traditional Korean fermentation practices and distilling techniques. While immersed in Korean culture, he learned all the ways that Korean culture reveres the moon and its phases.

In Korea, they believe the moon’s craters resemble the outline of rabbit… and when you are drinking with the moon, you are never alone!

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