Back when this sake was launched, it was rare to use the kimoto method for junmai daiginjo, but the brewers did it anyway. Using a newly discovered yeast, “Tenko 40” went on to win gold 10 years in a row after its launch. It’s definitely heavenly, from the first whiff of white flower to the clean, lean and slightly spicy flavor. A sweet undercurrent carries through the whole experience.
|Brewery||Kodama Brewing Company|
|Taste Profile||Light & Dry|
|Yeast variety||Association No. 1501 Lineage (Ak 1)|
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