Daishichi Junmai Kimoto Yamadanishiki Saké 720ml - 15%

This kimoto tokubetsu saké is a luxury junmai saké made from exceptional Yamadanishiki rice.
The Daishichi saké company was founded in 1752 in Nihonmatsu, in Fukushima Prefecture, in the northeast of Japan.
Daishichi is renowned for the high quality of its saké.

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This kimoto tokubetsu saké is a luxury junmai saké made from exceptional Yamadanishiki rice.
It is a full-bodied, well-balanced saké, ideally served hot or at room-temperature.
You'll love the toasted cereal notes and the light nutty and mushroom flavours.

Our perfect combination : We recommend drinking it at a 40°C temperature with creamy dishes, cheese or crab, lobster and other shellfish.

The Daishichi saké company was founded in 1752 in Nihonmatsu, in Fukushima Prefecture, in the northeast of Japan. Daishichi is renowned not only for the high quality of its saké, but also for its use of the "kimoto" method, a traditional and authentic saké production method. Daishichi is recognised throughout Japan as the best kimoto saké producer.

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ALCOHOL ABUSE IS BAD FOR YOUR HEALTH. DRINK IN MODERATION. DRINKING ALCOHOL WHEN PREGNANT, EVEN IN SMALL QUANTITIES MAY HAVE SERIOUS CONSEQUENCES FOR YOUR CHILD'S HEALTH. IT IS ILLEGAL TO SELL ALCOHOL TO MINORS UNDER THE AGE OF 18.

  • Ingredients : spring water, yamadanishiki rice (65% polished), rice kôji
  • Packaging : glass bottle
  • Storage : store in refrigerator
  • Origin : Fukushima, Japan
  • Volume of pure alcohol : 15%
  • Acidity : 1.5
  • Ideal serving temperature : ambient temperature or warmed to 40°C
  • Recommandation : ALCOHOL ABUSE IS BAD FOR YOUR HEALTH. DRINK IN MODERATION. DRINKING ALCOHOL WHEN PREGNANT, EVEN IN SMALL QUANTITIES MAY HAVE SERIOUS CONSEQUENCES FOR YOUR CHILD'S HEALTH. IT IS ILLEGAL TO SELL ALCOHOL TO MINORS UNDER THE AGE OF 18.
  • Volume 720ml net
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Daishichi Sake Brewery was founded in 1752 in the castle town of Nihonmatsu, located in the north eastern part of Japan.
The fine reputation of Daishichi comes not only from the hight quality of the sake, but also from our use of the "kimoto" method of creating the starter mash, a traditionally orthodox method.
Daishichi is widely recognized throughout Japan as being the finest producer of kimoto sake.

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Daishichi Junmai Kimoto Yamadanishiki Saké 720ml - 15%

Daishichi Junmai Kimoto Yamadanishiki Saké 720ml - 15%

This kimoto tokubetsu saké is a luxury junmai saké made from exceptional Yamadanishiki rice.
The Daishichi saké company was founded in 1752 in Nihonmatsu, in Fukushima Prefecture, in the northeast of Japan.
Daishichi is renowned for the high quality of its saké.

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