Sometimes different countries have different sake preferences. In the case of this sake, that saved its life! In Japan, this sake was being discontinued, but it became a hit with U.S. sake drinkers, so they kept it around. Luckily for us, we get to experience its silky-white texture and fruity aroma thanks to their original yeast. Goes well with yakiniku (Japanese grilled meat), having enough sweetness and texture to enhance your meal.
|Brewery||Kikumasamune Brewing Company|
|Taste Profile||Rich & Sweet|
|Rice variety||Rice Grown In Japan|
|Yeast variety||In House (Kikumasa Hb2)|
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