Aromatic and silky mouthfeel. Drip-pressed Daiginjo.
Brewed using the natural underground water from Tateyama Mountains, Toyama Prefecture, and high-quality Yamadanishiki, this Daiginjo was drip-pressed with the essence of sake extracted carefully and slowly. Delicate and light, an outstanding sake with only limited stock available.
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|Rice Polishing Ratio||40%|
|Taste Profile Classification||Aromatic Type|
|Sake meter value||private|
|How to Drink||Chilled|
|Food Pairings||White fish sashimi, steamed chicken, salad etc.|
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