ABOUT THIS BOTTLE
SUIGEI TOKUBETSU JUNMAI
Reserved aroma, and clean aftertaste, this is one fine sake from start to finish. With a shy, subtle aroma of rose at the beginning, flavors of fennel, hops, unripe strawberry in the middle, and a clean, crisp aftertaste at the end, this is the bottle you want to keep on hand at all times to go with your dinner.
Rice Polishing Ratio
This sake is made from Akitsuho rice that has been polished to 55%.
Any and all Japanese dishes! Tempura, Nimono, Sashimi; anything you throw at it, it will support it like your best friend from kindergarten.
Chilled, or lightly chilled, in a glass tumbler or a wine glass.
SUIGEI BREWERYLEARN MORE
Surprisingly, Suigei is the only sake brewery in Kochi City. It's original incarnation began in 1872, under different name, but in 1969, the company was renamed Suigei. Literally, Suigei means drunk whale, and it is an abbreviation of an alias of Yamauchi Yodo, a Japanese feudal lord of the area. A big drinker, he called himself Geikai suiko (a drunkard lord in a sea full of whales). Their main concentration are shokuchushu, or sakes to be had with meals/food (table sake), and many of their sakes are dry and high in umami and acidity.