There are a few sake rice you probably hear about a lot, but this sake utilizes one that’s not so common, Tsuyuhakaze from Nara. The brewers wanted to make a dry-style sake that went beyond being just dry. They wanted dry mixed with umami and got just that. A gentle aroma with some minerality leads into a combination of bold flavors like oak, walnut and almond with some lasting satisfaction.
|Brewery||Imanishi Brewing Company|
|Taste Profile||Rich & Dry|
|Yeast variety||Association No. 9|
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