• Tedorigawa Junmai Old Daiginjo Sake, 1800ml
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Description of Tedorigawa Junmai Old Daiginjo Sake, 1800ml

Produced with the rare Yamahai-shikomi method not commonly used for Daiginjo sake and brewed to produce a fine flavor that transcends from summer to autumn with a mild balance of taste and fragrance. Certified by Hakusan Sake since 2006.

Most people visiting a foreign country always look for their traditional cuisine. If you visit Japan, trying Sake should be on your bucket list. Sake is their traditional alcoholic beverage made from rice. There are various kinds to choose from, and one of which is the Tedorigawa Junmai Old Daiginjo. This is produced using the Yamahai-shikomi method which is not commonly used for Daiginjo sake as it requires more time and effort. However, this method produces a fine flavor with a mild taste and fragrance. A Junmai Daiginjo sake is basically made of water, koji (barley) mold, yeast and rice milled to 50%. Tedorigawa Yoshida Sake Brewery has produced a Sake using these ingredients brewed in Yamahai-shikomi method thus creating a drink with a savory, rice-like taste and dry finish. If you prefer a smooth and dry sake, then the Tedorigawa Junmai Old Daiginjo is the drink for you. This can also be enjoyed with rich foods or even with wine. It is best served chilled. In addition, this Sake carries the collective trademark "Hakusan Kikusake" used by only five breweries in Ishikawa and applied only to high-class sake. This is like a geographic indication that means the Tedorigawa brewery's territory corresponds to the Hakusan Mountain where the sake water comes from. Thus, the Tedorigawa Junmai Old Daiginjo is a pride of Ishikawa prefecture for its ingredients and rare method of sake brewing. It is in turn a pride of Japan as it is also considered a high quality Sake. It is a must-try for not only connoisseurs but for everyone as well.

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