The perfect pairing of bold and sweet
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|
- Not Recommended
Katsuyama is made in Miyagi prefecture in the Tohoku region.
Katsuyama Brewing Company
Established in 1688, Katsuyama is a sake brewery with traditions lasting well over three centuries. They were established to brew the upscale sake enjoyed exclusively by the feudal lords of the Sendai domain, which was founded by the Japan's most famous samurai/military commander Masamune Date. To this day, Katsuyama carries on his reputation and tradition of its origins as a brewery for the lords.Learn more
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