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Asahi Brewery

Kubota Manju Junmai Daiginjo Sake

Kubota Manju Junmai Daiginjo Sake

Regular price $80.00
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Region: Niigata

Country: Japan

Volume: 720ml

ABV: 15%

Kubota Manju Junmai Daiginjo Sake

Produced by Asahi Shuzo in Niigata, Japan, Kubota Manju Junmai Daiginjo is a premium sake renowned for its exquisite quality and elegant flavor profile. Here's a detailed look at this exceptional sake:

- Brewery: Asahi Shuzo, located in Niigata, a region celebrated for its high-quality rice and pristine water, both essential for crafting fine sake.

-Rice:Made from Gohyakumangoku, a high-quality sake rice polished to at least 50% of its original size, revealing only the purest and most flavorful part of the grain.

- Type: Junmai Daiginjo, signifying that no additional alcohol is added, and the rice is polished to at least 50%, resulting in a sake that is both rich and refined.

Taste Profile:
-Nose: Delicate and aromatic, with hints of pear, melon, and floral notes.
- Palate: A complex balance of fruitiness and umami, with layers of pear, peach, and a touch of anise, leading to a clean and refreshing finish.

- Serving Recommendations: Best enjoyed slightly chilled to fully appreciate its nuanced flavors. Pair it with delicate dishes like sashimi, grilled fish, or light appetizers to enhance the dining experience.
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About Brewery

Asahi Brewery

Established in 1830 with the motto of "quality first". Brewing sake is making rice. Not only do they focus on obtaining high quality sake rice, they dedicate time and effort in their labs to increase said rice's quality. Their efforts do not stop there however - in order to help sustain the environment, they implement the ISO14000 system of environmental sustainability, and also participate in various activities to preserve their natural surroundings. Additionally, they hold tea ceremonies, concerts, and cultural events for the local community. The goal is to make a fun, sustainable, and ultimately enjoyable environment with sake.