When asked about the packaging, Naoshi Naba CEO of Naba Shoten replied, "We wanted to convey that this sake is being carried directly from the storage tank to the mouth of the bottle, without modification after brewing. The aluminum can resembles a storage tank." At 20% ABV it’s ideal chilled or on-the-rocks. The fact that it’s a nama (unpasteurized) gives it a sweet, weighty texture with aromas of toasted coconut and mushrooms. We loved this sake with cream cheese with iburi-gakko.
- Brewed in Akita, Japan by Naba Shoten
- Ginjo nama genshu
- Seimaibuai (rice kernel remaining): Akita Komachi 67%
- ABV 20-21% / SMV: +1 / Acidity: 1.7
- 24 fl oz (720ml)