This brew first made its debut in 1996, made from the then new, Yamagata-local rice called Dewasansan. Today it has a Yamagata only appellation of control “Dewa33.” On the nose, it carries notes of apple and calming lavender. On the tongue, prepare for a rich, velvety texture and a burst of green apple sweetness and tartness. Try with sashimi, oysters, grilled fish and even cheddar cheese.
|Brewery||Dewazakura Sake Brewery|
|Taste Profile||Light & Dry|
|Rice variety||Dewasansan, Haenuki|
|Yeast variety||Yamagata Yeast,Yamagata (Yk 0107)|
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