We call this the "gas can" sake because it comes in a cylindrical aluminum can. Besides its unique packaging, it has a striking flavor profile – with a sweet aroma of tropical fruit and melon, high acidity, and an assertive dry finish with a little heat. This is a genshu (tank strength) sake, meaning water is not added before bottling. It has a higher ABV for sake clocking in at 18.5%. Try this over ice.
- Brewed in Tokushima, Japan by Narutotai Shuzo
- Ginjo nama genshu
- Seimaibuai (rice kernel remaining): 58%
- ABV 18.5% / SMV: +5 / Acidity: 1.7
- 24 fl oz (720ml)