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Junmaï Daiginjô Karaku sake
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Junmaï Daiginjô Karaku sake

Junmaï Daiginjô Karaku sake

Réference : NISSHOT1

€38.50
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Junmaï Daiginjô sakes are balanced, refined sakes. The "iwai" rice used here is a high quality rice, which makes this sake a beverage usually dedicated for ceremonies.

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 Iwai means, in Kyoto, "celebration". Iwai sake rice, produced in Kyoto, has been polished to 50% and slowly brewed with care at low temperatures. The texture of this sake, soft and silky, with a sweet aroma, predestines it to accompany a meal.
The dominant aromatic notes are pear and gardenia flower.

Our perfect combination : white fish sashimi, carpaccio, dried fish, avocados, seafood salads, chop suey vegetables, vegetables tempura, aromatic herbs salads, spring rolls, nems, scallops , crab, fresh fruits, wild mushrooms, blue cheeses.

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Origin
Kyoto, Japan
Brewery
SHOTOKU SHUZO
Weight
720 ml net
Packaging
glass bottle brown color
Ingredients
rice (Iwai rice kôji, steamed rice "kakemai" iwai), rice kôji
Storage
in the refrigerator between +2°C and +10°C
Utilisation
Cocktail
Volume of pure alcohol
15%
Rice polishing ratio "seimaï-buai"
50%
Kobo/yeast
kyo-no-koto
Acidity
1.4
Filtering
natural
Appearance
clear
very pale yellow
Palate
mellow
silky
Idéal tasting temperature
+6°C à +10°C
Service
natural bamboo cup
pottery sake cup
sake glass
Category
Daiginjô
Junmaï
Excise category
W200
Recommandation
EXCESSIVE CONSUMPTION OF ALCOHOL IS DANGEROUS FOR YOUR HEALTH. DRINK WITH MODERATION. CONSUMPTION OF ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES DURING PREGNANCY, EVEN IN SMALL QUANTITY, CAN HAVE SEVERE CONSEQUENCES FOR THE CHILD’S HEALTH. THE SALE OF ALCOHOL IS FORBIDDEN TO MINORS UNDER AGE 18
SHOTOKU SHUZO

Founded in 1645 in the city of Kyoto, the Shotoku Shuzo Brewery was transferred in 1925 to Fushimi District, just south of Kyoto, to take advantage of the region's top waters. Fushimi is famous for sake making, for its underground spring and water known as Fushimizu.

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