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Oomuraya Brewery in Shimada City has a habit of coming up with some colourful and limited brews.
Every year on a determined day they put out a genshu.
This time it was bottled on the 4th of February 2008 as stated on their label.
Oomuraya Brewery: Wakatake Nama Genshu Junmai Ginjo
Alcohol: 17~18 degrees
Rice miled down to 55%
Bottled February 4th, 2008
Clarity: Smoky due to the slight amount of white lees, but very clean
Colour: White haze
Aroma: Fruity, bananas, melon
Taste: Strong alcohol/nama and junmai tingle. Shortish tail. Bananas, coffee beans, melon.
Bitter chocolate appearing with food.
Overall: A sake for food, especially heavy one.
Drunk really well with gyoza!