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Mikunihare Maboroshinotaki Junmai Ginjō

Mikunihare Maboroshinotaki Junmai Ginjō is made from Gohyakumangoku rice grown in Toyama and milled to 60%. It has a traditional ginjō aroma, a dry and light flavour, and a robust and well-defined umami and acidity.
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Sake specs

Prefecture
Toyama (富山)
Rice type
Gohyakumangoku (五百万石)
Polishing rate (semaibuai)
60%
Alcohol content
15%
SMV
+3
Acidity
1.5
Mikunihare Maboroshinotaki Junmai Ginjō (幻の瀧 純米吟醸酒)

Mikunihare Maboroshinotaki Junmai Ginjō (幻の瀧 純米吟醸酒) is made from Gohyakumangoku rice grown in Toyama and milled to 60%. It has a traditional ginjō aroma, a dry and light flavour, and a robust and well-defined umami and acidity. It can be enjoyed chilled and heated. The brewery uses spring water from its own springs, selected by the Ministry of the Environment as one of the "100 best water sources" in Toyama Prefecture.

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Mikunihare Sake Brewery (皇国晴酒造)

About the brewery

Brewery
Mikunihare Shuzō
Name in Japanese
皇国晴酒造
Address
296 Ikuji, Kurobe, Toyama 938-0066
Phone
0120-383-928
Website
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Mikunihare Brewery was founded in 1887. It is located in Kurobe, Toyama, at the mouth of the Kurobe River, surrounded by the Japan Sea and the Northern Alps. Mikunihare is using pure spring water filtered through the mountainous underground for some 100 years. The spring water used on the brewery's premises is called the "Iwase family's freshwater" (岩瀬家の清水 Iwase-ka no Shimizu) and has been selected by the Ministry of the Environment as one of the 100 best water sources in Japan.

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Colour / hue
Pale Yellow
Clarity
Clear
A nose of dried fruits and alcohol; pleasant ginjoka aroma is present; herbal and spicy with a slight sweetness and notes of dried fruits and gingerbread. Dry and smooth finish. Mikunihare offers a Maboroshinotaki Junmai Ginjo with a different label on its website. This one was produced for Mitsubishi Foods and was slightly cheaper.

Mikunihare Maboroshinotaki Junmai Ginjō (幻の瀧 純米吟醸酒)
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Category
Junmai Ginjō
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JREF
Views
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Reviews
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Rating
3.00 star(s) 1 ratings
Location
〒938-0066 富山県黒部市生地296

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