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Heiwa “KID” Shiboritate
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Heiwa “KID” Shiboritate

Wakayama prefecture

$46.00
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$46.00

Fresh as the dew

“Shiboritate” translates to “freshly squeezed,” and that’s exactly the vibe this sake gives off! Made using four different yeasts and Gohyakumangoku rice, “KID” Shiboritate is a seasonal sake that offers bright, crisp flavors that retain their charm due to being completely unpasteurized. You’ll find some bright umami floating amidst the flavor that’ll keep you coming back for more. And that softness? It comes from the brewery’s velvety soft water from an area called Koyasan.

Characteristics

Brand Heiwa
Brewery Heiwa Brewing Company
Category Junmai Ginjo
Subcategory Nama
Taste Profile Rich & Dry
Rice variety Gohyakumangoku
Yeast variety Association No. 1801,  Association No. 901,  Association No. 10
Alcohol 15.0%
RPR ? 55%
SMV ? +1.0
Acidity ? 2.0
Values listed are at the time of production.

Serving Temperature

The best serving temperature of Heiwa “KID” Shiboritate is cold (40-60°F).
  • Recommended
  • Not Recommended

Region

Heiwa “KID” Shiboritate - Wakayama prefecture

Heiwa is made in Wakayama prefecture in the Kinki region.

Taste Metrics

Tasting Notes

  • Orange

    Orange
  • Melon

    Melon

Recommended Pairing

  • Aperitif

    Aperitif
  • Sushi/Sashimi

    Sushi/Sashimi

Heiwa Brewing Company

1928 is when a sake-loving gentleman who married into the family established the brewery where it was originally a temple. After the hiatus during World War II, the company was renamed “Heiwa” meaning peace and harmony. When the current fourth generation owner Norimasa Yamamoto came back from working in Tokyo in 2004, he switched the brewery’s focus from mass-produced sake to carefully made premium sake. The KID line is intended to express the local nature, including their pristine water. And yes, they want to nurture both their sake and young talents as if you would nurture your own kid.

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