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Yuri Masamune “Honjozo”
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Yuri Masamune “Honjozo”

Akita prefecture

$29.00 
$29.00
$27.55 member price
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A local favorite

This affordable honjozo is of a dry style popular in Akita prefecture, and the brand is locally loved in the city of Yurihonjo, where the brewery is located. Known for its affordability and its wonderfully light dryness, this sake has notes of chestnuts, which are at their best at room temperature or slightly heated. The lightness allows for nice pairing with flavor-heavy foods such as grilled meats and seafood.

Characteristics

Brand Yuri Masamune
Brewery Saiya Brewing Company
Category Honjozo
Subcategory N/A
Taste Profile Light & Dry
Rice variety Akita SakekomachiHitomebore
Yeast variety In-house
Alcohol 16.0%
RPR ? 68%
SMV ? +2.5
Acidity ? 1.3
Values listed are at the time of production.

Serving Temperature

The best serving temperature of Yuri Masamune “Honjozo” is cold (40-60°F), room temp (70°F), warm (85-115°F) or hot (120°F-).
  • Recommended
  • Not Recommended

Region

Yuri Masamune “Honjozo” - Akita prefecture

Yuri Masamune is made in Akita prefecture in the Tohoku region.

Taste Metrics

Tasting Notes

  • Chestnuts

    Chestnuts
  • Melon

    Melon

Recommended Pairing

  • Meat

    Meat
  • Seafood

    Seafood
  • Cheese

    Cheese

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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