Nanbu Bijin “Plum Sake”
Natural Sweetness of plum
Typical Umeshu (plum sake) has loads of sugar added to offset the extreme tartness of the plums from Wakayama prefecture(on average 1.8L of white liquor = 1kg sugar), however Nanbu Bijin Umeshu infuses only Ume plums into their one-of-a-kind “all koji” Junmai Sake. Sugar is not needed, since plums and koji rice are naturally sweet. This sake is easy to drink, has an attractive rose pour and high acidity, and pairs well with any meal.
|Subcategory||Umeshu (Plum Wine)|
|Taste Profile||Rich & Sweet|
- Not Recommended
Nanbu Bijin is made in Iwate prefecture in the Tohoku region.