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Chobei Yamamoto, President of Kaze no Mori, labels his sake with three digits. The first two digits reveal the seimaibuai (rice polishing ratio) and the third tell you the yeast type. For the Yamada Nishiki 807, this means that the rice polishing ratio is 80% meaning there's less polish for more acidity and flavor. Yeast number 7 is known result in sturdy flavors and fruity aromas.Β Enjoy lively notes of pineapple, tart apples, all with the signature fizz of Kaze no Mori namazakes.

Yamamoto tells us, β€œIn 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.” Enjoy chilled with roast chicken, smoked salmon, or fried brussell sprouts.

Yoko visited Yucho Shuzo in 2023, read about it on ourΒ blog!

Note: We can ship this sake, but due to the nature of shipping, please note that fluctuations in temperature can affect the freshness of the drink, and we will always recommend picking up locally when possible. Please proceed with shipping at your own risk.

Features

  • Brewed in Nara, Japan by Yucho Shuzo
  • Nama-nama Genshu Junmai
  • Seimaibuai (rice kernel remaining):Β Yamada NishikiΒ 80%
  • ABV 16% /Β SMV:Β N/A / Acidity: N/A
  • 24 flΒ oz (720ml)
    Please note: We can not deliver alcoholic products to ND, SD, NH, UT, MS, AL, VT, KY, AK.