Denshin “Fuyu”

Fukui Prefecture

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720ml

Raw, crude sake born from the land

This seasonal and limited quantity nama sake—aka raw sake—will be gone in a flash! It has notes of robust mushroom and deep ripe stone fruits with creamy texture. We think it matures nicely over time, thanks to the slightly higher alcohol for being an undiluted genshu. In Japan, they have a product called Denshin “Earth,” and “Fuyu” is the non heat-treated, raw version of it.

characteristics

Category
Others
Subcategories
Honjozo, Nama, Genshu
Taste Profile
Rich & Dry
Alcohol
18.0%
RPR?
65%
SMV?
N/A
Acidity?
N/A

Values listed are at the time of production.

Serving Temperature

  • Recommended
  • Not Recommended

Region

Denshin is brewed in Fukui Prefecture in the Hokuriku region.

Taste Metrics

Tasting Notes

  • Mushroom | Grapefruit | Apple

Recommended Pairing

  • Meat | Shrimp/Crab
Ippongi kubohonten

Ippongi Kubohonten

Ippongi Kubohonten

Fukui Prefecture

The name of the brewery “Ippongi” comes from Zen language meaning “supreme truth, a state that achieves the greatest knowledge.” The history of the brewery goes back to 1902. It is located in Fukui Prefecture beneath the Mt. Haku, the best location for sake brewing with clean water and beautiful rice fields. Their famous “Denshin” brand is brewed differently with seasonality. It literally means “heart-to-heart” because the brewers believe that people may be able to communicate but not easily by heart. They want “Denshin” to be droplets of magic that acts as liaison.

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