Yume no Kaori

Oftentimes, rice strains are developed to compete against a more well known, but not local strain. Yume no Kaori is one of those cases, designed in 1991 to be the Fukushima answer to Gohyakumangoku. The name of the rice means “Dream Incense,” and as it would suggest, it tends to produce a sake with well-balanced aromatics and flavors.

Yauemon “Tsukiakari” Nigori Junmai, with a cocktail glass, served as a slice of pinapple

Yauemon “Tsukiakari” Nigori

Moonlit <em>nigori</em>
Yauemon “Junmai Daiginjo”
Junmai Daiginjo

Yauemon “Junmai Daiginjo”

A dream from a small team
Yauemon “Junmai Ginjo”
Junmai Ginjo

Yauemon “Junmai Ginjo”

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