The name Matsu no Midori was given to this sake by the master of tea ceremony at Omotesenke, a traditional school of tea ceremony. Like fine-grained Japanese paper, this sake is smooth and sensual. The aroma is a bountiful mix of yellow flowers. One sip and you’ll be swimming in sweet rice flavors that dissolve into a hint of mushroom umami which can only be defined as amazing.
|Brand||Matsu No Midori|
|Taste Profile||Light & Dry|
|Yeast variety||Association No. 1801|
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