ABOUT THIS BOTTLE
The combined aroma of apple and banana produce an utterly new, fantastical fruit that only lives in your head. Enjoy the typical crispness and acidity of Suigei sake.
Rice Polishing Ratio
This sake is made from Yamada-Nishki rice that has been polished to 40%.
HOW TO ENJOY
Great with medium to rich dishes like Korean BBQ, Unagi, Beef, Yakitori.
Enjoy chilled or slightly chilled, in 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.