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  1. Ishimoto Koshi no Kanbai Lagoon

    Ishimoto Koshi no Kanbai Lagoon

    Ishimoto Koshin no Kanbai Lagoon (越乃寒梅 ラグーン) is made of Gohyakumangoku rice produced in Niigata Prefecture and milled to 58%. Lagoon has a relatively high alcohol volume and a strong, rich taste. The brewery recommends enjoying it with carbonated water, on the rocks, or straight. Only sold in...
  2. Ishimoto Koshi no Kanbai Ginjo Bessen

    Ishimoto Koshi no Kanbai Ginjo Bessen

    Ishimoto's Koshi no Kanbai Ginjō Bessen (特別本醸造 別撰 越乃寒梅) is made of Yamadanishiki rice from Shijimi-cho, Miki-shi, Hyōgo, and Gohyakumangoku rice from Niigata milled to 55%. It is known for its pleasant, refreshing taste and is made from a yeast variety that produces a light-bodied, fragrant...
  3. Endo Keiryū Natsugin

    Endo Keiryū Natsugin

    Endo's Keiryū Natsugin (渓流 夏吟) is made of Yamadanishiki and Nihonbare rice milled to 60%. Characterised by a gorgeous, fresh aroma, Natsugin is a summer sake with a splendid fragrance and a clean mouthfeel. Best enjoyed moderately chilled. 2019 edition:
  4. Ninki Ichi Kiokejikomi Ginjō

    Ninki Ichi Kiokejikomi Ginjō

    Ninki Ichi Kiokejikomi Ginjō (人気一 木桶仕込み吟醸) is dry with a gorgeous scent, fermented in traditional wooden vats. Kiokejikomi (木桶仕込み) means precisely that: brewed in a wooden tub. After the pressing, it is pasteurised once to prevent oxidation. The ginjō has a delicate and complex taste not found...
  5. Hakushika Hanahiraku Ginjo Namazake

    Hakushika Hanahiraku Ginjo Namazake

    Kuromatsu Hakushika's Hanahiraku Namazake (花ひらく 吟醸生酒) is carefully brewed over a long period and stored at cool temperatures in its unpasteurised state, waiting for the sweetness and umami to develop, resulting in a rich flavour. The aroma is fragrant, floral and refreshing, and the sweetness...
  6. Manotsuru Karakuchi Ginjo

    Manotsuru Karakuchi Ginjo

    The brewery describes the Manotsuru Karakuchi Ginjō (真野鶴 辛口吟醸) as an all-rounder suitable for a group of people with different tastes. This clear, basic Niigata tanrei ginjō has a ginjō aroma that envelops softly. The dry sake is refreshing on the palate, with a hint of floral notes. Chilled, it...
  7. Kiyosuzakura Kakushi Ginjo

    Kiyosuzakura Kakushi Ginjo

    Nōhime no Sato Kakushi Ginjō (濃姫の里 隠し吟醸) is made of domestic rice that was milled down to 60%. "Kakushi Ginjō" translates to 'hidden sake"; it is characterised by a gorgeous, sweet ginjō aroma and a light, refreshing taste.
  8. Takara Shochikubai Ryoma ga yuku

    Takara Shochikubai Ryoma ga yuku

    Takara Shochikubai Ginjō Ryoma ga Yuku (松竹梅・松竹梅・龍馬がゆく・吟醸) is a regular ginjō made of domestic rice milled down to 60%. The alcohol content ranges between 15-16%. This is a sake that's mainly sold in supermarkets at a price range of around 600 JPY.
  9. Nambu Bijin Ginjo

    Nambu Bijin Ginjo

    The Nanbu Bijin Ginjō (南部美人吟醸) has a gentle, cotton candy aroma with a juicy texture and clean finish. This sake is very food-friendly and would complement any cuisine. It is recommended to serve it chilled. It is made of Hitomebore rice, M310 yeast, and subsoil water from Oritsumebasenkyō...
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