Although from a reputable brewery from a very historic region, this is not your typical junmai daiginjo. Are you able to catch the humble expression of “ginjo-ka,” full of white flowers and a hint of anise? On the palate, it has a layered depth from the Omachi rice grown in Bizen-no-kuni in Okayama prefecture — the birthplace of this heirloom strain. This sake will give you a different impression with each sip.
|Tamanohikari Brewing Company
|Rich & Dry
|Association No. 901
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