Sake brewed with the intention of returning to the beginning and connecting to ancestors, the label has Harada written by a local calligrapher, signaling the plentiful fresh water and rice fields that fuel their passion. This sake has a gorgeous ginjo aroma reminiscent of blooming white flowers—delicate and alluring. The flavor is elegant with sweet rice confectionery and blood orange that flow into a fruit finish.
Harada is made in
Originally founded in 1819, the brewery was completely destroyed by an air raid in 1945. This didn’t stop them though, and they were back at it until 1985 when there was a slump in sake sales. Never the ones to quit, the 12th generation brewer, Yasuhiro Harada, got back to brewing in 2005. Since then they’ve brewed only junmai sake using Yamadanishiki rice from Yamaguchi Prefecture. They aim to produce sake with alluring aroma and a fresh taste. For this reason the brewers work tirelessly year round creating their masterpieces.
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