Heiankyo was the official capital of Japan that reigned for over 1,000 years in present-day Kyoto. The brewery worked with a local farm for 25 years to revive this previously extinct Kyoto sake rice called Iwai. The label is designed with temples and tradition in mind. This fruit-forward, rich and slightly dry sake is recommended chilled in a red wine glass, paired with fresh seafood or aged steak.
|Brand||Tsuki No Katsura|
|Brewery||Masuda Tokubee Shoten|
|Taste Profile||Rich & Dry|
|Yeast variety||Association No. 1801|
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