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池月純米生酒無濾過
奥田商店
家飲み部
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boukenI've had it in the past at tastings but this is the first time I've bought it. As mentioned in Chichi's post, this is the family brewery of Sigh Isseo's mother. The name of the area around the brewery is called Issei. This year, they released a 4-gou bottle, so I decided to buy it. Slightly sweet. It has a slightly sweet taste, followed by a spicy taste. It has the atmosphere that it would be better at room temperature or warmed up than cold sake. I prefer it closer to room temperature because it has a more rounded or gentle flavor.
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まえちんGood evening, bouken 🌃😀 I heard from Miss Ikezuki at the liquor store that most of the bottles before shipping were broken by the earthquake 🥺The Nakanoto area has Ikezuki and Yuho, and I like Ikezuki more slowly this time of year 😘.
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boukenGood evening, Maecin-san 😊. I see that there was no serious damage to the building, but the sake was broken 😢. I bought Ikezuki for the first time and it seemed to be the type of sake that you can savor 🤗.
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@水橋Good morning, bouken 😃. I drank the same yesterday 😉. I didn't know that this is the family home of Sigh Isseo's mother. I see that's true 😀.
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遥瑛チチHello bouken evangelist 😃. It's a relief at least that the sake brewery was not badly damaged ❗️ I think it tastes best at room temperature or lukewarm warmed👍.
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boukenGood evening @Mizuhashi 😃 I found out about Sigh Issei when I was researching the brewery for my purchase 😊. Not as glamorous as @Mizuhashi's review, but a solid and delicious sake 😋.
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boukenGood evening, Mr. Chichi😃. It's unfortunate that it's not collapsed and brewing is back on. It was better at room temperature, about 2 hours after taking it out of the fridge 😋.
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池月純米生酒無濾過
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sakepowerJunmai Ginjo Class ‼️ Standard flavor. ‼️ Well balanced with a sharp aftertaste 🍶. The bitterness seems to linger for a long time ️.
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池月純米酒純米
家飲み部
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遥瑛チチDrink and Support 📣 Hokuriku Sake Tonight's sake is Ikezuki Junmai sake from the Toriya Brewery in Nakanotomachi. It's been quite cold in Hakata the past few days, so we'll be serving it warmed up! The aroma is mild and gentle, with a hint of umami. It was just as it should be on the palate! Very gentle sweetness and umami! It's very pleasant to feel it slowly drain off from the tip of the tongue... There is a word that describes the regional characteristics of Noto. Noto is easy, even to the soil" is a phrase that describes the local character of Noto. I also like this phrase because it well describes the simple humanity of the people of Noto. I think this sake was brewed by a Noto sake brewery in the Noto climate, which is why it is so gentle. I heard that Toriya Brewery is a small sake brewery, but I wonder how much damage they suffered from the earthquake❓ I know it's selfish of me, but I would love to drink Noto's sake again, which is full of mercy, so I hope they will revive it! I hope so!
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boukenGood evening Mr. Chichi😃 Toriya Sake Brewery, I heard that part of the warehouse collapsed and was half destroyed, but they have already resumed brewing 😊. I also bought one the other day 😄. By the way, this is the family home of Yo Yo's mother 😳.
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しんくんHello Haruei Chichi😃and thank you for your support for Noto😊I was born and raised in Noto, and sometimes I read Noto's support messages to cheer me up...but I couldn't help but be touched by your message. This is a sake brewery near my mother's home.
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しんくんThere are many people who are very modest, and although I have little to say, I wanted to express my gratitude. I like Sake-no-wa because there are many warm people. ❤️
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遥瑛チチGood evening, bouken preacher 🌆. I see that you have reopened ❗️ That's a relief: 😮‍💨 Sigh, your mother's family 😳 Thank you for the surprise episode 😊.
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遥瑛チチGood evening, Mr. Shinkun🌇. I see you are from Noto... I'm so sorry for what you are going through. It's been 30 years ago, but I have an affinity for Noto since I was treated very kindly by a GS in Nanao during my trip 😊. I look forward to working with you in the future.
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しんじょうHello! I've never had much luck with Noto sake, but there are 11 sake breweries in Japan. None of them have announced that they are going out of business, so as soon as I can buy some, I'll buy it! I would have loved to go to the Wajima morning market, but alas! I'm looking forward to the new Wajima!
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しんくんHaruei Chichi, is that right? I was in Nanao until I left high school. It's my hometown😊Thank you for your comment on my post about Sogen ❗️ Locals say Sogen when it comes to Noto sake. I will reply here😊Thank you too.
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池月みなもにうかぶ月吟醸
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うるっちょIshikawa support Vol. 4 A bottle to be placed in an izakaya It has an old-fashioned flavor, but the dryness is moderate. but the dryness is moderate. Oden, yakitori, nabe, etc. .... I think it goes well with everything. It is also good with Masu and salt!
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池月うすにごり 本醸造生
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うえぽんPurchased with the intention of supporting earthquake reconstruction. The sake from Okunoto was sold out, so I went with Nakanoto. It is a mellow, sweet and graceful sake typical of Ishikawa Prefecture. This kind of sake is suitable for winter even if it is served crisp and cold. Praying for the reconstruction of the area, we will enjoy it.
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池月純米
家飲み部
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takeさん@しぞーかWe had tempura of wild vegetables (udo and kogomi) from his wife's hometown, kakiage (deep-fried sakura shrimps), which are in season now, and bamboo shoots simmered with baby sardines. Ikezuki Junmai Sake Toriya Sake Brewery (Nakanotomachi, Ishikawa Prefecture)
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池月純米吟醸 百万石乃白
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ばんばんぶーFifth in a series of souvenirs from a trip to Ishikawa Prefecture purchased at Liquor Shop Kawabata. Slight sweetness and sourness. Followed by a full-bodied mature aroma and a slight tingle of alcohol. Classic sake quality. It tastes like an ode to the old-fashioned way of life.
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