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junmai daiginjō

  1. Hokushika Junmai Daiginjo

    Sake Hokushika Junmai Daiginjo

    Hokushika's Junmai Daiginjō (純米大吟醸 北秋田) is made of a rice blend of Yamada-nishiki and Akita-komachi (あきたこまち) polished down to 45%. Fermented at low temperature, the brewery describes it as a masterpiece with a gorgeous and fruity aroma and an elegant taste. Aroma: Gorgeous, Taste: Dry. About...
  2. Kubota Hekiju Junmai Daiginjo Yamahai

    Sake Kubota Hekiju Junmai Daiginjo Yamahai

    Kubota Hekijyu Junmai Daiginjō Yamahai (久保田 碧寿 純米大吟醸 山廃仕込み) is a junmai daiginjō brewed in the traditional yamahai style. Its robust and bold flavour harmonizes with a light, smooth and refreshing finish. The refinement of a daiginjō collaborating with traditional yamahai style creates a...
  3. Senkin Issei Junmai Daiginjo

    Sake Senkin Issei Junmai Daiginjo

    Senkin Issei Junmai Daiginjō (仙禽一聲純米大吟醸) is unfiltered bottle-aged sake (muroka) produced from locally grown Yamada Nishiki rice. Product description: According to the brewery's managing director, Senkin Issei (仙禽 一聲) is a very limited item 100% made of Yamada Nishiki from the "Domaine...
  4. Mansaku no Hana Junmai Daiginjo

    Sake Mansaku no Hana Junmai Daiginjo

    This Mansaku no Hana (まんさくの花) Junmai Daiginjō has a beautiful and gentle taste and 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). Mansaku no Hana The brand was inspired by the...
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