Always favoring quality over quantity, the team at Saiya Brewing Company uses the utmost care and disciple to create Yuki no Bosha “Junmai Daiginjo.” While many sake have heavy aromas, this one trades that out for a delicious, strong aftertaste. This achievement doesn’t come easy. It requires airtight, low-temperature brewing. This sake has a blend of earthiness and sweetness that can give most other sake a run for their money.
Yuki no Bosha is made in
Saiya Brewing Company
Saiya Brewing Company, established in 1902, is located at the foothills of iconic Mount Chokai in Akita prefecture. Since 1989, the brewery has received countless accolades under the leadership of brewmaster Toichi Takahashi, who was awarded the prestigious Medal with Yellow Ribbon by the government. Their brewing method shows the utmost respect for nature by using all in-house cultured yeast, and carefully creating a superior environment for the microorganisms to produce their honest sake. Their signature style is sake with a gentle, rising texture on the palate, called “fukumi,” without a strong aroma, which requires masterful skill to achieve.
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