This black label Kaze no Mori is an Extreme Junmai, polished only 20%, so the sake is wilder than its white label counterpart. You’ll get some fizz, and ripe melon and tropical notes with a long, smooth finish. Mr. Chobei Yamamoto, President of Yucho Shuzo told us, “In our process, the sake has been fermented for more than 30 days, so the yeast makes a good aroma in low temperature conditions and long fermentation.” Try this chilled with smoked fish and Kinoko Risotto.
Because this is a nama-nama (unpasteurized sake), this sake is only available for in store pick up.
- Nama-nama Genshu Junmai
- Seimaibuai (rice kernel remaining): Tsuyuhakaze 80%, SMV: +0, Acidity: 2
- Brewed in Nara, Japan
- 24 fl oz (720ml)
- 17% ALC/VOL