Infused with yuzu juice to bring a blast of tart that sizzles into sweetness, this sake makes for an excellent aperitif. Developed by Homare Brewing Company, a leading sake producer in the area, the brewery uses an underground water source that flows with fresh, high-quality water. The quality extends to the sake produced from it. Take a taste for yourself and see.
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Homare Brewing Company
Switching from miso to sake production in 1918, Homare brewery in Fukushima prefecture always had its focus on water. 20 gallons of water, which is 50 times as much as the sake itself, is used to produce a bottle. Therefore, the centerpiece of their sake production is the famous Kitakata underground water coming from Mt. Iide. Relying on the award-winning toji master Mr. Nakajima for his insights and ability to accurately make decisions in sake brewing, Homare believes sake is a composition of living organisms that requires meticulous attention and that they should grow day by day learning from the sake they make themselves.
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