Suigei Tokubetsu Junmai

A versatile table sake that pairs well with a wide range of dishes, presenting mellow umami with a sharp aftertaste.

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Brewed in Kōchi Prefecture, this sake was created with a strong focus on its ability to pair well with a wide range of dishes, resulting in a mellow umami with a sharp aftertaste.
Tokubetsu junmai refers to sake that is made with water, rice, kōji (mold-inoculated grains) and yeast with no added brewer’s alcohol, usually with a rice polishing ratio below 60%. This tokubetsu junmai is produced with a ratio of 55% to bring out a higher quality from the ingredients.
The aroma is subtle with a distinct acidity and it has a complex yet crisp taste.

Best served chilled.
Sake Meter Value: +7
Acidity: 1.7
Dry and Light.
Rice polishing ratio: 55%
Rice: Japan sourced
Grade: Tokubetsu Junmai
Junmai (lit. ‘pure rice’) indicates that no additional alcohol or additives were used in the brewing process.
The term tokubetsu in Japanese means ‘special’ or ‘extraordinary’, indicating that this type of sake has distinct attributes that set it apart. Known also as ‘special designation’ sake, tokubetsu is a classification of sake that denotes a special quality or production method, such as specific rice varieties, polishing ratios, brewing techniques, or fermentation processes that are not standard.

ABV 15%

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