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Masumi純米樽酒純米
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yuryur
We toured five sake breweries in Suwa and purchased sake that was sold only at the breweries. It is a rare sake from Masumi. It has a crisp junmai flavor with a slight cedar barrel aroma. The taste is typical of Masumi, and in a good sense, everyone likes it. It is also nice that the label has the gate of Sera Masumi on it.
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Masumi純米吟醸
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オゼミ
2024 0516 ☆☆☆☆ Masumi JIKKURO KURO Junmai Ginjo Sake No.7 yeast Fifty-fifty percent Polishing ratio 55 Established in 1662 The originator of yeast No. 7 Miyasaka Brewery Suwa City, Nagano Prefecture
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Masumiyawaraka純米吟醸
35
ひなはなママ
This is Masumi's low-alcohol Junmai Ginjo with an alcohol content of 12%. The aroma is gorgeous and the low alcohol content makes it very easy to drink. It is not too spicy and has a fruity difference. It is not too sweet and does not make you tired of drinking. It is suitable for everyday drinking. The price is reasonable and the quality is high, and I thought Masumi was great.
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Masumi香り華やぐ夏の冷酒純米吟醸生酒
かごしま屋
84
エイイチ殿
This was the first time I purchased a sake from Nagano Prefecture. The sake had a gorgeous ginjo-like aroma without much of an aroma, and the rice flavor could be tasted well. Although the alcohol content was low at 14%, it was a sake that could be savored slowly with its acidity and throatiness!
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Masumi白妙 純米吟醸酒 七号系 自社株酵母
27
mey
Ingredients : Rice (domestic), Rice malt (domestic) Rice Polishing Ratio: 55 Alcohol content : 12 It has a clear, refreshing taste with a slight sourness in the second half and a short aftertaste.
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Masumi茅色(KAYA) 純米酒
88
赤兎馬
Sake rice: Yamae Nishiki, Miyamanishiki, Hitogochiki Sake rice: Yamae-Nishiki, Miyamanishiki, Hitogochiki, produced in Nagano Prefecture Polishing ratio: 70 Kaya-iro is the color of a newly thatched roof, a dull yellow with a slight reddish tinge. It is not flashy, but has a subdued flavor. It has a long-lasting aftertaste. 4.0
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Masumiスパークリング純米発泡
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オールドスポルト
Bubbly sake brewed with a second fermentation in the bottle. Soft bubbles, sweetness of rice compared to champagne. Enjoying Masumi with its bubbles also makes you feel moderately superior. It is a bit expensive at 6,000 yen because of the time and effort put into the bubbles.
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