Alps Masamune Junmai Daiginjo It’s milky aroma, similar to white grapes or lyche, spreads nicely around the palate due to its low polishing ratio and ginjo method (slowly fermented rice at a low temperature).
SHINSHU-MUSO Ume-shu Best rated at the tasting! Ume is a Japanese plum which has nicely sweet and sour taste. The ume is from Nagano which is famous for rich lands for fruits. Normally Umeshu is made from shochu (Japanese distilled spirits) and ume but this Umeshu is made from SAKE and ume which keeps the ume aroma strong with less alcoholic aroma. It’s milky aroma, similar to white grapes or lyche, spreads nicely around the palate due to its low polishing ratio and ginjo method (slowly fermented rice at a low temperature).
SHINSHU-MUSO Ringo-shu Nagano, the region where the brewer is located, is famous for apples. This Sake liquor doesn’t have extra additives and use only apples and Sake!
Bishonen AOTENJO Junmai Daiginjo Aotenjo means no limit to grow and this Sake keeps evolving year by year which is very unique for Sake. You can enjoy developed taste every year!
Aroma is elegant and refreshing green apple. Slight nuts aroma comes in the end thanks to the rich amino acid.
Taste is soft and sweetness spreads throughout in your mouth. Aftertaste is refreshing and very smooth, and nice sharpness lasts.
Bishonen KENMON Junmai Ginjo Aroma is soft and elegantly creamy like a rice cake, as it uses 80% of table rice and 20% of Sake rice. There is refreshing fruity aroma like a green apple inside. Taste is very soft and smooth, elegantly sweet. The nice acidity spreads in your mouth and umami, richness and bitterness linger in well balance.
Bishonen MOKUZAEMON Tokubetsu Junmai Aroma is elegant like white peach compote. Thanks to the special Sake rice from the region, Hananishiki, you can feel refined rice aroma too. Taste is mild, and firm umami and richness are well balanced. The sweetness from rice is balanced and the acidity spreads nicely in your mouth. Highly recommended in warmed to enjoy its beautiful aroma and smoothness.
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