ABOUT THIS BOTTLE
Dewazakura Daiginjo "Mountain Cherry"
For once, you can read a book by its cover: when this sake first came out to the market in 1976 in a bottle with a tesuki washi (a delicate, traditional handmade Japanese paper) label with its name in bold Japanese calligraphy, it was the first bottle to ever use washi on its bottle. The delicate and elegant washi paper embodies the characteristics of this sake—gentle floral fragrance, with notes of peach and apricot peeking through mid-range. And like tesuki washi, this bottle is packed to the brim with the long-honed skills of Japanese craftmen.