This bottle is a Sake Gumi selection!
Aged in a pitch black refrigerator for one year, this sake is a subtle expression of an aged sake. Suto-san of the brewery describes why they chose to age this sake, “As a young sake, the taste is a bit too green and underdeveloped. Aging it brings out an incredible richness, that also allows it to pair very well with food.” With a soft texture, it has notes of melon, eucalyptus, and white pepper. It also has a very slight golden hue thanks to the aging, but is an overall bright sake that is best enjoyed with lighter dishes like sashimi or mizutaki hot pot. The brewer recommends trying it chilled, then warmed up to 120°F to notice the sweet rice notes of the sake.
- Brewed in Ehime, Japan by Seiryo Shuzo
- Junmai nama
- Seimaibuai (rice kernel remaining): Ehime Matsuyama Mii 60%, SMV +3
- ABV 15%
- 24 fl oz (720ml)
Flavor Profile Chart