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Mansaku no Hana Junmai Daiginjo

The Mansaku no Hana Junmai Daiginjō comes with a rich fragrance and a gentle and refreshing taste.

Sake specs

Prefecture
Akita (秋田)
Rice type
Yamada Nishiki (山田錦)
Polishing rate (semaibuai)
45%
Alcohol content
15%
SMV
+2.0
Acidity
1.5
Amino acid level
1.0
The Mansaku no Hana (まんさくの花) Junmai Daiginjō comes with a rich fragrance and a gentle and refreshing taste. It is made from rice produced in Akita Prefecture (Gin no sei, Akita Sake Komachi, Misato Nishiki).

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Mansaku no Hana The brand was inspired by the NHK morning drama" Mansaku no Hana" which played in Yokote City, Akita, in 1981. The brand aimed at creating a "clean and gentle sake quality", different from the slightly heavier sake of Hinomaru, the main product at that time. It was a challenging label in a time when designs using charcoal characters were unusual. Mansaku no Hana products are available all around the year.

About the brewery

Brewery
Hinomaru Brewery
Japanese name
日の丸醸造
Address
Brewery: 114-2 Masuda Nanokamachi, Masuda Town, Yokote City, Akita Prefecture
Sales Department: 60-2 Mato, Jumonjimachi, Yokote City, Akita Prefecture
Phone
0120-86-3987; 0120-86-3987
Website
The Hinomaru Brewery (日の丸醸造株式会社) is based in Masudamachi, Yokote, Akita Prefecture, and has been producing sake for over 320 years.

Latest reviews

Excellent!
Colour / hue
Pale Yellow
Clarity
Clear
Refreshing, yet gentle and fruity nose. Delicious when drunk chilled or at room temperature.
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秋田県横手市増田町増田字七日町114-2

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