Sayori Nakadori Junmai

Sayori Nakadori Junmai

Asahara Brewery Co. Ltd.
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Produced by Asahara, a small traditional brewery founded in 1882, Sayori sake is a junmai meaning no added alcohol, and a nakadori meaning only the heart of the press was used to make it.

Rather fruity and iodized, this nihonshu will suit all the curious who wish to experience sake.

Sake or nihonshu is a Japanese alcoholic beverage measuring 14 to 17% by volume, made from a mixture of water, yeast and steamed rice of which about 20% has first been inoculated with a mushroom to allow better fermentation.

Detailed description:

Category/Style: Junmai

Ingredients: rice, koji, water

Alcohol degree: 14.5%

Sugar rate: 12 g/L

Color: colorless

Size: 720mL

Taste: Notes of peach, apricot, apple, pear and plum

Serve: chilled

Suggested pairings: fish with a pronounced taste such as horse mackerel, mackerel, with oysters, dashi broths, with grilled meats, or dishes in sauce

Producer: Asahara Brewery Co. Ltd.

Country: Japan