The pale silver hue of this sake is like a soft moon on a crisp night. The flavor follows this imagery too, with a clean, dry mouthfeel and engaging notes of Asian pear, not too strong, but just right. Before getting too caught up in this sake’s savory flavors, take a moment to admire its aroma, a marvelous mix of pineapple and rice pudding. Keep in mind Kurosawa Ginrei took home silver in the 2018 World Sake Challenge, so it’s bound to be special.
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Ninki Brewing Company
Concerned about the decreasing consumption of Japanese sake, Ninki has stopped making products for mass market but now they are committed to making only high quality ginjo-quality sake to those who really love sake. They only use traditional wooden tools to for manufacturing with a belief that the best quality product takes a painstakingly slow process that requires dedication.
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