Don't let this ginjo fool you. This genshu (cask-strength) yamahai sake is smoky, oaky, and has a fair amount of acid for a sake. Tons of lactic acidity which is sure to marry your bloody rib-eye perfectly. All with an iconic label.
- Junmai ginjo yamahai genshu
- Seimaibuai (rice kernel remaining): 60%
- Brewed in Niigata, Japan by Shiokawa Shuzo
- 18-19% ALC/VOL
- 24 fl oz (720ml)