The falling leaves on the bottle represent this sake being “hiyaoroshi,” a seasonal sake released in the fall. There is a bouquet of strawberry and white peach on the nose with a generous ginjo aroma on top. This blends into the mild sweetness of its fruit flavors, backed by savory notes. This sake pairs well with fall’s fresh ingredients, honoring its inherent natural flavors along with fresh herbs and spices.
|Brewery||Imanishi Seibee Shoten|
|Taste Profile||Rich & Sweet|
|Yeast variety||In House (Harushika No. 6),In House (Harushika No. 7)|
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