This refreshingly dry, clean, and clear sake is a winner when it comes to pleasing the masses. It tastes the best chilled and pairs with everything from a lightly dressed salad to a burger.
But the real story here is that the brewer refuses to disclose the sake meter value (or SMV, which measures the density of sake relative to water, and is the barometer for gauging the dryness or sweetness of the sake), which rarely happens in the sake community. The reason he does not want to reveal the SMV is so not to sway people’s perceptions or taste before they actually drink the sake.
- Seimaibuai (rice kernel remaining): 65%
- Brewed in Aichi, Japan
- 24 fl oz (720ml)
- 15-16% ALC/VOL