The Hoyo Kura no Hana is also called the ‘Fair Maiden’. The Junmai Daiginjo comes from the Uchigisaki Brewery of the Miyagi Prefecture. The sake is light, aromatic and has a delicate flavor for you to savor. The Hoyo Kura no Hana has an aroma that suggests licorice and fruits like lychees, peach and rosewater….
With an English sake name of ‘Tradition’, the Katsuyama Den is a Junami Daiginjo. It is of the Miyagi Perfecture and brewed by the Katsuyama Brewery, which is over 300 years old. The brewery has a rich and interesting history of supplying sake to the Sendai Lords. The classic Junami Daiginjo uses Yamadanishiki rice, which…
The Katsuyama Brewery offers the Junmai Daiginjo, Katsuyama Akatsuki. The English name for the sake is ‘Dawn’ and is quite apt for the drink. The sake is of Miyagi Perfecture and uses Yamadanishiki rice. The brewery uses the centrifuge method to offer a rich and complex sake that suits the tastes of both, the Eastern…
“Zen” is a giant in flavor and feeling. The nose is an eloquent blend of wood and strawberries. A very elegant forward flavor branches into a smooth ending with a mild aftertaste. A wonderful shimmering roundness plays in this well-built Ginjo that is respected all over Japan. It is lively and dynamic with a subtle…
Settled and balanced
Light fragrance and the perfect sake for dinner parties! this is a balanced Junmai Ginjo with a 50% milling rate. yes – balanced and delicious – a tremendous value and great with food. enjoy!
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