This special junmai daiginjo is bottled in 17th century Kurani Yaki porcelain designed by two local artists in Ishikawa Prefecture. The sake is called "100 Years" because the yeast used during the ferment was cultivated over 100 years ago in the brewery. The brewery has carefully kept the yeast alive for over the century to brew this show piece daiginjo that has notes of celery, cucumber, and banana. A very unique junmai daiginjo that starts off mild, and takes your on an umami-laden journey and ends dry with pronounced acidity.
Enjoy this sake chilled with dashi-based dishes and sushi.
- Brewed in Ishikawa, Japan by Nishide Shuzo
- Junmai daiginjo
- Seimaibuai (rice kernel remaining): Gohyakumangoku 50%
- ABV 16% / SMV: +3 / Acidity: 2
- 24 fl oz (720ml)
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