The Kikumasamune Kimoto is created with the slow and painstaking Kimoto method. It uses traditional and labor intensive techniques. The Kikumasamune Kimoto is brewed by the Kiku-masamune Sake Brewing Company. It is also known by its English name of ‘Finest Chrysanthemum’. The sake is a Junmai that has a clean fragrance that suggests pear and…
Sake is brewed by fermenting sake rice and by the addition of koji mold. Its flavor is dependent on the type of sake rice used, the amount it is milled and the type of water that the sake is fermented with. The Kikumasamune Taru Cedar Infused of the Hyogo Prefecture is rather distinct because of…
The Kikumasamune is a brewery of the Hyogo Prefecture. The Kikumasamune Shuzo has a long and rich history of sake brewing. The company is committed to offering its patrons delicious and delicately flavored sake that are dry and have a refreshing flavor. Dry sake enhances the flavors of the food that it accompanies. The Kikumasamune…
The Shirakabe Gura is a Junmai Ginjo that is brewed by the Shirakabe Gura brewery and belongs to the Nada Prefecture. The brewery uses Gohyakumangoku sake rice along with delicious and pure water, which adds to the flavor of the drink, to create the Shirakabe Gura. The sake has an alcohol content of 15%. The…
This is the pride of Kikumasamune, renowned for their signature extra dry Sake. Aged in cedar casks, Taru Sake is bottled when the natural cedar fragrance strikes a perfect balance with the flavor of the Sake. Serve chilled, to fully enjoy this unique blend.
The name comes from a Chinese legend of a carp swimming up a colossal waterfall. Upon reaching the top and entering the Dragon’s Gate, the freshwater fish transforms into a beautiful dragon. There’s a similar accolade as Taki No Koi has captured the Gold Medal in six successive years from the prestigious Mon de Selection….
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