Katsuyama has its roots in brewing sake for feudal lords, including a renowned samurai, Date Masamune. Now, the brewery's lord-worthy range of sake includes this expert junmai ginjo. It is slightly heavier and drier, which mixes to create a bold flavor, and just a hint of sweetness. Next time you're pouring a glass of the Katsuyama “Ken,” remember to make a toast to the lords of old.
|Brewery||Katsuyama Brewing Company|
|Taste Profile||Rich & Dry|
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