Nito means two hares, and staying true to their company motto of chasing after two unattainable qualities, this sake uses two kinds of rice, Omachi and Yamadanishiki, to achieve a balance of flavors that each tell their own tale. The slightly hazy sake holds a juicy apple aroma that follows on the palate, but fades to an almost spicy dry. The brewers achieved their goal and “caught two hares.”
|Brewery||Maruishi Brewing Company|
|Taste Profile||Rich & Sweet|
|Yeast variety||Association No. 701|
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