Dramatic Richness and Fruitiness, tempered by savoury chewy notes and good acidity thrown in for balance. Sticky, viscous, with aromas of Grape and Apples.
Beautifully balanced flavours of delicately drawn out rice
Style: Namachozo. Nama means “fresh” or “live,” chozo means “store.” Namachozo-shu is the sake stored in unpasteurised form under low temperature and then pasteurised once only after maturation (usually a six-month period) or just before shipping. It is characterised by a light and fresh flavour.
Style: Junmai. Large quantities of lactobacilli are added. The result is a full-bodied taste with strong but soft acidity, the result is a unique full body multi-layered taste.
Style: Junmai daiginjo. Super premium sake. Elegant taste with great fragrance of fruity flavour, delicate sweetness and velvety finish. MONDE SELECTION AWARD
Style: Daiginjo-shu. From Kyoto, one of oldest city in Japan Since 1673, More than 60% of rice polished off to create the best flavour of Sake, This “Daiginjo” Super Premium Sake is the Pure , Elegant taste with great fragrance of fruity flavour, delicate sweetness.