ABOUT THIS BOTTLE
The nose is a lush billow of honey, flower, steamed rice and lemon peel that hits all the spots. Deep, rich, and round that's juicy and bright; with honey, clover, sweet rice and sweet tea.
Rice Polishing Ratio
This sake is made from Omachi Rice that has been polished to 50%.
HOW TO ENJOY
A versatile sake, plays well with most foods. Great with gentle foods like sashimi or mushroom risotto, but also stands up to richer dishes like tonkatsu and fried chicken.
Enjoy in a white wine glass to bring out underlying aromatic, herbaceous characteristics, making the sake read dry; enjoy in a smaller ochoko to highlight the fruitiness of the sake.
DEWAZAKURA BREWERYLEARN MORE
In order to understand why this brewery is so special, we need to take a quick dive into the world of Liquor Tax Act in Japan. Stay with us here, because this might be the only time where a story about taxes will keep you on the edge of your seat, because it's really a tale about a plucky underdog coming out on top. Back in the 1980's, the word "Ginjo" was fairly unknown to the regular sake drinker. The very few Ginjos that were commercially sold were incredibly expensive, and usually bought only to be given as gifts. Click to learn more.