ABOUT THIS BOTTLE
MU JUNMAI DAIGINJO
This fruity, dry junmai daiginjo has a delicate and brilliantly aromatic character. Slightly sweet on impact with low acidity. Great for sake-curious beginners as it's not a heavy-hitting ultra-daiginjo, but has a solid amount of depth. The aroma of green apples and Asian pear with a hint of piney resin complements its smooth and refreshing taste.
Rice Polishing Ratio
This sake is made with both Yamada-Nishiki and Gohyaku-Mangoku rice polished to 50%.
HOW TO ENJOY
Lovely by itself or with meals with lighter flavors, such as vinegar-based salads, white fish (sashimi, sushi, or grilled), fish carpaccio, chicken tenders, and fruits.
Best served chilled in a wine glass.
YAEGAKI BREWERYLEARN MORE
Yaegaki started out as a timber company founded in Banshu-Hayashida (modern day Himeji area) of Hyogo Prefecture in 1666. The “Yaegaki” brand, established in 1881, was named after a poem written by Susanoo-no-Mikoto, an ancient mythical character thought to have pioneered the Himeji area. In the poem, Susanoo protects his home and his newly-wed wife with many-layered clouds, figuratively expressed as eightfold fences, or yaegaki. Yaegaki uses the name as a symbol of celebration and joy that sake can bring to people's lives.