Brewed using Omachi, the sake rice famous for its wildness, a Junmai Daiginjo showing fresh and pleasant tartness with a perfect balance.
Refreshing tart with flinty mineral notes and a mildly bitter aftertaste, this sake shows a perfect balance. When it is served in a big red wine glass, its mineral character becomes more expressive. It also goes well with red meat or food with a little bit bitterness such as urchin.
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|Rice Polishing Ratio||50%|
|Taste Profile Classification||Aromatic Type|
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|How to Drink||Cold|
|Food Pairings||Light dishes such as steamed seafood, chicken etc.|
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