You’ve heard of comfort food, now it’s time for comfort sake. Masumi “Okuden Kantsukuri” graces your palate like drops of pure, clean rain. Brewed using a yeast variety that was discovered in 1946 by Masumi’s brewmaster, Chisato Kubota, this sake is expertly balanced and reveals a range of subtle flavors and reflective nuance with repeated tasting. Longtime sake-lovers will find this to be a sake after their own heart.
Masumi is brewed in Nagano Prefecture in the Chubu region.
Miyasaka Brewing Company
The Miyasaka family were once retainers to the lords of the land around Lake Suwa, but once the head of the family was beheaded by the warlord Oda Nobunaga, they put down their swords and turned to sake brewing. Established in 1662, Miyasaka Brewing Company has been held in high regard by prominent figures, including one of the sons of the first Tokugawa Shogun. Using abundant mountain spring water and Nagano Prefecture’s famous Miyamanishiki rice along with a few other notable rice strains, they continue their tradition of precision craftsmanship to produce full-bodied, flavorful sake for all to enjoy.
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