Oomuraya Brewery in Shimada City also offers quite a few brands in the practical 300 ml bottles!
This particular regular brand has made them famous all over the country!
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A honjozo genshu is certainly needed to take care of goblins!
Rice milled down to 60%
Alcohol: 17~18 degrees
Bottled in March 2014
Clarity: Very clear
Color: Golden hue
Aroma: Assertive. Fruity. Pears, custard
Taste: Very dry and fruity attack backed up with strong and pleasant alcohol.
Complex. Fruity: very dry pears, green apples, Greens.
Facets difficult to catch.
Late appearance of coffee beans and a peek by dry oranges.
Disappears quickly on an even drier and deeper note.
Will take a sweeter turn with food before quickly coming back to its original dryness.
Marries well with any food.
For all its dryness and strong alcohol, it is more elegant than expected.
Overall: Very dry sake, with a somewhat restrained and elegant aggressiveness.
Incites you into the next cup in spite of its strong alcohol contents.
Can be thoroughly enjoyed on its own or with food at any temperature.
Definitively for lovers of both very dry and elegant sake.
Great with cheese!
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