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Kikusui “Junmai Ginjo”
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Kikusui “Junmai Ginjo”

Niigata prefecture

$33.00 
$33.00
$31.35 member price
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Elegance at its finest

Accompanied by a charming blue bottle, the Kikusui “Junmai Ginjo” is a must try. It has an light, playful essence with the perfect dash of dry. Being surprisingly smooth, you'll find yourself unable to resist the comforting freshness, which comes from the highly-polished rice used its brewing. Its medium-body taste delivers a touch of Mandarin orange, making this sake a unique substitute for white wine that could easily become a house favorite.

Characteristics

Brand Kikusui
Brewery Kikusui Brewing Company
Category Junmai Ginjo
Subcategory N/A
Taste Profile Light & Dry
Rice variety Rice grown in Niigata
Yeast variety Association No. 1901,  Yamagata (KA901)
Alcohol 15.0%
RPR ? 55%
SMV ? +2.0
Acidity ? 1.4
Values listed are at the time of production.

Serving Temperature

The best serving temperature of Kikusui “Junmai Ginjo” is over ice or cold (40-60°F).
  • Recommended
  • Not Recommended

Region

Kikusui “Junmai Ginjo” - Niigata prefecture

Kikusui is made in Niigata prefecture in the Hokuriku region.

Taste Metrics

Tasting Notes

  • Orange

    Orange
  • Persimmon

    Persimmon

Recommended Pairing

  • Seafood

    Seafood
  • Meat

    Meat
  • Fruits

    Fruits

Kikusui Brewing Company

Founded in 1881, Kikusui Brewing Company has evolved with the times to make sake that’s enjoyed by as many people as possible. They are dedicated to the pursuit of quality and deliciousness while contributing to one’s health, relaxation and enjoyment. They stopped employing the traditional model of employing a brewmaster called “toji” in 1969 and instead have focused on technology and teamwork and to fuel their innovative thinking. They’ve since launched many sensational and iconic products while contributing to the advancement of research such as reviving the Kikusui sake rice, while incorporating sustainable practices as a whole.

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