The most premium sake of Hakutaka, the only brewery appointed by the Ise Grand Shrine, Japan's most sacred and prestigious shrine. Traditional and classy style.
Brewed using the A-grade Yamadanishiki and Miyamizu, the water regarded as one of the best for sake production, this Daiginjo is complex and rich with the pronounced notes of white rice, jasmine, white grapes and pears. It also shows a decent lactic character with the hints of cream cheese.
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|Ingredients||A grade Yamadanishiki from Hyoko Prefecture|
|Rice Polishing Ratio||35%|
|Taste Profile Classification||Aromatic Type|
|Sake meter value||+2|
|How to Drink||Chilled|
|Food Pairings||White fish, Streamed chicken etc.|
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