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Masuizumi Kijoshu sake - hot serving
  • Masuizumi Kijoshu sake - hot serving
  • Masuizumi Kijoshu sake - hot serving

Masuizumi Kijoshu sake - hot serving

Masuizumi Kijoshu sake - hot serving

Réference : NISMASS8

€36.00
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This sake is unique, very limited edition, fruit of the brewing of rice ancient varieties.

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Kijoshu is also the result of a special brewing method in which the amount of water added during the last fermentation stage is reduced and replaced by the addition of sake.
By replacing the water with sake, the mixture is gently concentrated, giving the signature of Kijoshu, a succulent-soft and velvety infusion. The refreshing, well-balanced acidity that flows after the rich sweetness makes this Kijoshu unique.
We like generous notes of ripe banana, wild mushrooms, wet wood, caramel, dulce de leche, buttered notes.

Our perfect combination : blue cheese, foie-gras, veal sweetbread, wine for dessert, vanilla ice cream, raisin, smoked walnuts and hazelnuts and almonds

NISMASS8
Origin
Toyama, Japan
Brewery
MASUDA SHUZO
Weight
500 ml net
Packaging
glass flask
Ingredients
koda-mai ancient rice, sticky rice, rice kôji
Storage
in the réfrigérator + 5°C
Utilisation
Cocktail
Cooking
Volume of pure alcohol
15%
Rice polishing ratio "seimaï-buai"
58%
Kobo/yeast
Kanazawa kobo
Acidity
1.7
Filtering
mechanical
Appearance
golden yellow
Palate
mellow
soft
Idéal tasting temperature
+35°C
Service
Riedel wine glass
Vinum wine glass
Excise category
I000
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
MASUDA SHUZO

Since its creation in 1893, the Masuda brewery, better known as Masuizumi (fountain of happiness in Japanese), is dedicated to the traditional Iwase-Machi handicraft district located between the Sea of ​​Japan and the peaks of Mount Tateyama, in the suburbs of Toyama.

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