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Shichida Junmai Daiginjo ‘Parfait’ 720ml
This Sake is a symbol of Shichida.
The brand Shichida was created in 2001. This Junmai Daiginjo ‘Parfait’ was launched on the 20th anniversary of Shichida brand in 2020.
Parfait means perfect in French.
100% Yamadanishiki special A grade rice is used with 25% rice polishing ratio to create significantly soft and silky mouthfeel and elegant style of sake. It is matured at minus 5 degree for 6 months to integrate all elements to settle.
Beautifully floral with melon and lychee notes on the bouquet, medium bodied with a silky mouthfeel showing fresh tropical fruit notes.
Food suggestion: white fish dishes, and lobster.
Tsukinokatsura Kohaku Hikari 10YO Aged Junmai Daiginjo Koshu 720ml
Tsukinokatsura is the oldest existing Sake brewery in Fushimi, Kyoto. Sake from this famous Fushimi area is well known as a soft and elegant style of Sake in Japan. Tsukinokatsura has been producing Koshu (aged Sake) since 1969. ‘Kohaku’ means ‘amber colour’ and ‘Hikari’ means ‘shining’.
This Junmai Daiginjo is made with 100% Yamadanishiki rice from Hyogo prefecture with a 35% rice polishing ratio. It is matured in 20 litre ceramic pots for 10 years going through natural temperature changes in four seasons. 10 years of maturation gives this Koshu a shiny amber colour with rich flavours and much complexity. It shows aged Sake characters such as caramel and smokiness on the nose. The palate is full bodied with notes of bitter chocolate. A smooth mouthfeel with a long rich finish.
You can enjoy this Koshu either chilled at 10 degrees, at room temperature, or warm around 40 degrees.
Food suggestions: Full-flavoured food such as aged meat and Chinese dishes.
Yoshinogawa Yukyu no Mori Aged Junmai Sake 2002 720ml (gift boxed)
It is very rare to find such an aged Sake in Japan.
This Sake was made in 2002 and matured in bottle for 21 years going through natural temperature changes of the four seasons in Niigata.
Yoshinogawa’s house style is Tanrei Karakuchi –a light, crisp, dry style. After such a long maturation, you still can taste Yoshinogawa’s house style with a clean dry finish. Local rice is used including Sake specific rice Gohyakumangoku with a 60% rice polishing ratio. A shiny amber colour with aged characters such as roasted almond and warm spiciness on the nose. It is medium bodied with a smooth texture showing light sherry like flavours with a soft bitterness followed by a clean finish.
Serve at room temperature 25 degrees.