• Gekkeikan Extra Special Selection Hourin Junmai Daiginjo 1800ml
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Description of Gekkeikan Extra Special Selection Hourin Junmai Daiginjo 1800ml

Prefecture Name: Kyoto Prefecture Alcohol Content: 16% It used polished rice wine "Yamadanishiki" and "Gohyakumangoku" polished up to 50% of rice polishing rate respectively and fermented slowly at a lower temperature than usual sake.

[Nihonshu] Gekkeikan Special Selection Horin Junmai Daiginjo 1800mL Origin: Fushimi-ku, Kyoto City, Kyoto Prefecture Characteristics of the production area: It is a popular brewing area since ancient times and is known for its traditional Japanese sake. The western part and the southern part are lowlands of the Yodo river system, in the center is the Inariyama mountain and Momoyama hills which continue from Higashiyama, and the mountains in the eastern part continue to the Shiga prefecture border. The Momoyama HillI has the largest population among the 11 wards of Kyoto city and houses the aristocratic villa of the Heian period and the samurai residence of the Tensho era. The vast green spaces of Momoyama Goryou spread for the most part and is still being used as a residential area and is a source of abundant underground water used for brewing. While it is a commercial base that inherits the tradition of an imperial town, it is characterized as a suburban community for the Osaka area and Kyoto City center. Drinking mouth: Gorgeous ginjo aroma and smooth feel Manufacturer's History: In 1637, the first generation founder established a shop in the castle town of Kasagi, Fushimi-ku, Kyoto. We have a history of over 380 years across 14 generations. Brewery: Gekkeikan Sake Company, Ltd. Features: A junmai daiginjo with a gorgeous ginjo aroma and a smooth feeling. "Horin Junjun Daiginjo" (720mL bottle) has won the Grand Gold Medal of the "Spirits and Liqueurs" category of Monde Selection for five consecutive years since 2006. Horin sake refers to the ancient Chinese legendary animals "Fenghuang (Phoenix)" and "Qilin (Kirin)". During the Meiji and Taisho era, we labeled the premium liquor shipped to Tokyo as "Horin Masamune". In 1978, we began releasing the finest class of sake as "Gekkeikan Horin" and continue to do so in the present. We use Yamada Nishiki and Gohyakumangoku rice polished up to 50%. The Gohyakumangoku gives a mellow and refreshing finish and is a suitable rice for daiginjo and ginjo sake like Yamada Nishiki. "Horin Junjun Daiginjo" takes about 30 days to pass mash at low temperature, as compared to ordinary sake that only takes about 20 days. For yeast to turn glucose into alcohol, it needs to be subjected to low temperatures and fermented slowly so that the aroma and flavor are gradually brewed out. Suitable food: boiled food and seafood

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