The name “Kura no Hana” comes from the variety of rice used. Both the rice and the Honofuku yeast are from Miyagi prefecture, a place known for its agriculture. These ingredients and the brewers’ skill give us a sake with a white flower scent that flows into a ripe plum and juicy tangerine notes, backed by a little minerality in the finish. This exceptional brew won platinum at the 2020 Kura Master!
|Taste Profile||Light & Sweet|
|Rice variety||Kura No Hana|
|Yeast variety||Miyagi (Honofuku)|
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