From Hyogo prefecture. Honda Shoten Tatsuriki Daigingyo. Ripe melon and golden pear on the nose.
This nihon-shu has a viscous quality. Yellow plum, ripe honeydew melon, apricot with a spicy cinnamon finish. We had duck soba with local Matsutake mushrooms and green onions charred in duck fat with this sake. — 18 days ago
nothing like a giant bottle of incredible sake in tiny bowls to really get you ready for court — 15 days ago
Hakkaisan after a conference — a day ago
Labeled as Junmai Ginjo, but label indicates polished rate of rice at 50%. This is more in line with a ￼ Junmai Daiginjo. Either way, this is best served chillled, but not cold. It can be served slightly warm, but the delicate fruity flavor will be degraded. ￼ — a month ago
An all time favorite. Nose and palate of gentle, confectionery notes like mild anise and cream that seem almost like fruit. Lush mouthfeel. — 10 days ago
Like Ramune but alcoholic! — 7 days ago
Very easy to drink. Sweet and yum — 15 days ago