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Inagawa Tokubetsu Junmai Namazume Genshu Shichijūrō

Inagawa Tokubetsu Junmai Namazume Genshu Shichijūrō is made of Miyamanishiki rice milled to 55%. It is brewed slowly at low temperatures to bring out the Miyamanishiki flavour.
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Sake specs

Prefecture
Fukushima (福島)
Rice type
Miyama Nishiki (美山錦)
Polishing rate (semaibuai)
55%
Alcohol content
16%
SMV
+4
Acidity
1.6
Inagawa Tokubetsu Junmai Namazume Genshu Shichijuro (稲川 特別純米生詰原酒 七重郎)

Inagawa Tokubetsu Junmai Namazume Genshu Shichijūrō (稲川 特別純米生詰原酒 七重郎) is made of Miyamanishiki rice milled to 55%. It is brewed slowly at low temperatures to bring out the Miyamanishiki flavour; it is not filtered or diluted and is slightly dry with a good sharpness. Shichijūrō is a sake with a clear taste. Best consumed chilled.

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About the brewery

Brewery
Inagawa Shuzō
Name in Japanese
稲川酒造
Address
4916 Aramachi, Inawashiro, Yama District, Fukushima 969-3122
Phone
0242-62-2001
Website
Inagawa Shuzō was founded in 1848 in Inawashiro at the foot of Mount Bandai, one of Fukushima Prefecture's most famous mountains. Since then, the company has remained in the same place, brewing local sake. Aizu was originally a town where sake brewing flourished. There used to be three sake breweries in Inawashiro, but now we are the only one, and all our employees are doing their best to keep the tradition alive.

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Colour / hue
Pale Yellow
Clarity
Clear
Imagawa Brewery, the last remaining sake brewery in Inawashiro, has been using the Shichijūrō (七重郎) brand for generations. This blue label is a namazake, which means it is not pasteurised and is only heated once. It is made from Miyamanishiki rice and has a lovely ginjo fragrance paired with a ripe fruitiness and a spicy touch. It is a pretty dry junmai. Its slightly sour and bitter taste turns into a pleasantly sweet mouthfeel. The spiciness dominates the flavour from beginning to end, and the richness of the unfiltered sake can be fully appreciated. It has a smooth and clear aftertaste with a lasting spicy note. We had it chilled, but it is recommended to drink it warm!
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Category
Tokubetsu Junmai
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Reviews
1
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Rating
4.00 star(s) 1 ratings
Location
969-3122 福島県耶麻郡猪苗代町字新町4916

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