Uses flower yeast the brewery is known for and black rice, they’ve come up with this rose colored sake to be enjoyed by people all over the world. With notes of raspberry and cassis and a pop of acidity, it will not only entertain your eyes but also your palate with its versatility. They suggest enjoying this chilled in a champagne glass, wine glass or on the rocks.
Amabuki is made in
Amabuki Brewing Company
Founded in 1688, this brewery was named after Mt. Amabuki northeast of the brewery. Today, they are constantly learning from the legacy of their brewing tradition and create new things with gratitude for the natural bounty they are surrounded with—and specialize in using flower yeast to brew their sake. They are passionate about producing a variety of flavors from rice and water alone, and simply want you to try different kinds of delicious sake. Their master brewer Shinji Hinoshita was the youngest toji at the time he got certified, and has produced many sake winning accolades worldwide.
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