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Born “Dreams Come True”

Fukui prefecture

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Celebrate your life!

The handmade, pale golden bottle is made to look like a trophy to honor the victory of life. Taking a sip of Born “Dreams Come True” definitely feels like you’ve won something! A nose of sweet elegant mix of white flowers is achieved by their in-house KATO9 yeast. This sake has their signature luscious texture with a hint of cotton candy, peach and pear on the palate.

Characteristics

Brand Born
Brewery Katoukichibee Shouten
Category Junmai Daiginjo
Subcategory N/A
Taste Profile Rich & Dry
Rice variety Yamadanishiki
Yeast variety In-house (KATO9)
Alcohol 16.0%
RPR ? 35%
SMV ? +2.0
Acidity ? 1.8
Values listed are at the time of production.

Serving Temperature

The best serving temperature of Born “Dreams Come True” is cold (40-60°F), room temp (70°F) or warm (85-115°F).
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Region

Born “Dreams Come True” - Fukui prefecture

Born is made in Fukui prefecture in the Hokuriku region.

Taste Metrics

Tasting Notes

  • Apricot

    Apricot
  • Pear

    Pear
  • Peach

    Peach

Recommended Pairing

  • Cheese

    Cheese

Katoukichibee Shouten

Originally operating as a money exchange business that was deeply involved in the affairs of the community, the village headman and founder reoriented it toward sake brewing in 1860. They have carried the Kichibee name for 11 generations, and registered it as a trademark in 1866. In Sanskrit, “born” is translated roughly as “purity” or “striking truth,” and represents the brewery’s strong belief in second chances and karmic rewards for hard work. In the beginning of the Showa period (1926-1989), the emperor used “Born” sake for Japan’s ceremonies, festivals and guests as Japan’s representative brand.

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