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Gyokusendo Minogiku Tokubetsu Junmai

Brewed 100% of Hidahomare rice grown in Gifu Prefecture.

Sake specs

Prefecture
Gifu (岐阜)
Rice type
Hidahomare (ひだほまれ)
Polishing rate (semaibuai)
50-60%
Alcohol content
15.3%
SMV
+2.0
Acidity
1.4
Amino acid level
1.3
The Gyokusendō Tokubetsu Junmai Hiyaoroshi (玉泉堂 特別純米酒 冷やおろし) is made from Hidahomare rice grown in Gifu Prefecture and polished to 58%. Junmai Ginjō sake is brewed in the spring and slowly matures in the brewery's cold storage. It has a soft mouthfeel and brings out the best of Hidahomare. Hiyaoroshi (冷やおろし) is sake brewed in early spring and stored during summer; around September, the sake is ready for consumption without pasteurisation; it has a deep-matured aroma and is sold only in September and October as a seasonal sake of limited production.

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About the brewery

Brewery
Gyokusendō Brewery Co., Ltd.
Japanese name
玉泉堂酒造株式会社
Address
800-3 Takada, Yoro, Yoro District, Gifu 503-1314
Phone
0584-321-155
Website
Gyokusendō Brewery is located in Yoro City, Gifu Prefecture. It was founded in 1806, the company was established in 1934. Gyokusendō produces sake, shochu, mirin, liqueurs, spirits and whisky. In 1957, the brewery changed its name to Tamagiku (玉菊). It launched its Shirataki (醴泉) label in 1987 and Minōgiku (美濃菊) in 1989. In the same year, Minōkiku won the gold medal at the National New Sake Competition.

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〒503-1314 岐阜県養老郡養老町高田800-3

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