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Shikun純米吟醸無濾過
家飲み部
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まっつ
Bought this to give to a friend in Taiwan. The goldfish on the summery label is cute. I want to drink it 🍶🍶I might drop it and pretend the bottle broke and drink it 😊. I️ am very curious about the lactobacillus mother brewing. Rice polishing ratio: 55% Tottori Tamakae Sake degree: -1.0 Acidity Amino acidity Alcohol content: -14%.
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Shikun純米大吟醸 金ラベル 無濾過生
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kzsh1017
The sake name reads "Shikun". It is made in Kurayoshi City, Tottori Prefecture, in small quantities. On the back of the bottle, it says that it is brewed with a lactic acid bacteria sake mother, but it is made with an acid base amazake yeast. Sour base amazake yeast is a type of sake making that is classified as a type of sake yeast. The three main types of Namahashime are Namahashime, Yamahoshi-no-Hashime, and Sanshoku-Amazake-Hashime. There are probably only one digit number of sake breweries that make sake using the acid base amazake yeast. Since Sanad introduced the dark blue label in April, we took up the gold label. It is made from Tottori Tamakae, with a rice polishing ratio of 45% and an alcohol content of 13%. There is a distributor in Tokyo that probably handles all of these brands. There is also a distributor in Yokohama. This time, the distributor had dark blue, gold, and silver, but I chose the Jun Dai. Wow, how mellow. I wonder if they used to make only dry sake. The brewer changed and made a sweet sake, but the taste changed drastically. Please note that the sake degree varies widely. -I wonder if it is at least 10 degrees Celsius. It is usually +10 or +17. If you like sweet sake, please give it a try. There is no bitterness at all.
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さなD
Hello 😃 This sounds like another maniacal sake ‼️. I'm not a fan of sweet sake, but I'm very interested ❣️. By the way, what do you mean by the variation in sake degree?
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kzsh1017
Dear Sana D. For example, the Takada Sake Brewery website lists the specs for the dark blue and gold labels that were previously made, but they are so different from the current specs. If they are so different, I think it would be better to separate the sake names.
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さなD
I see. That's an interesting ministry. I've seen some sake with slight differences depending on the year of production, but certainly nothing this different.
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Shikun純米吟醸 紺ラベル 無濾過原酒純米吟醸原酒生酒無濾過
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さなD
Purchased at Yamacho Umeda store during a recent expedition to Osaka I have been looking for it for more than 2 years. I finally got it. The rice used is Tamaei from Tottori Prefecture. The brewing process is based on yeast No. 6 and lactobacillus acidophilus. The first sip had more alcohol than expected, and the acidity was also more pronounced. The taste was mizu-hashimoto-like, robust and strong. The finish is clean and crisp, making it surprisingly easy to drink. As the day goes by, the acidity settles down and the sweetness or rice flavor increases. As expected, it's quite a maniacal sake and good! I would like to try the other labels, though they are hard to find because there are only a few stores that carry them❣️.
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bouken
Good morning, Sana D. 😃 I see you went to the Yamacho Umeda store! I have only seen Konohun here myself. They seem to have different kinds but only have navy blue labels 😅I wonder if I have to go to the warehouse to buy the others 🤔.
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さなD
Hello bouken❗️ I stop by Yamacho's every time I go on a business trip, and this time I was able to buy it at the right time. When I went to Yonago, there were no stores that carried this one, even though we are in the same prefecture. It is a fantastic sake for me.
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Shikun純米吟醸 紺ラベル純米吟醸無濾過
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あーる酒
At a restaurant that was eagerly awaiting the reopening of its business (4) 3 kinds of drink comparison🍶🍶🍶🍶 Left Konokun "Shikun" Heisei 27BY Ohhhh, wild golden color ♫ A matured aroma ♫ It will be more powerful when it is heated up😊. I can't get enough of its peculiar taste 😆. Best paired with potato salad with pickled ginger!
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Shikun純米原酒生酒無濾過
けむり 本店
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osugi
Shikuun. A little yellowish color. There is no sweetness at all, and it is a very peculiar sake that is beyond refreshing. It tastes like something a strong mountain man would drink. I've never heard of this brand before, but I guess it's a sake that goes well with smoke.
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Shikun純米吟醸中取り
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田んぼソムリエ
47 prefectures, the memorable last one piece is this! The lactic acid aroma spreads gently, and the aftertaste is sweet and thick. But the return breath is a refreshing lactic acid aroma, so you can keep drinking! The blue label is sweet and the red label is dry, and when I tasted them, I was surprised to find that they were the complete opposite! The blue label is sweet and the red label is dry. The Origarami Nama was only available in 1-square-bottle, so we went with the once-heated Yogo-bottle that we could keep in the fridge. The owner's kind and accurate taste advice was also great.
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takeshon
Good evening, Mr. Tambo Sommelier😃. You have conquered the whole country! Congratulations! The last one was in Tottori, wasn't it? I'm not sure if I'll be able to do it. I'll be back soon.
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tmnara
It has a wild, spicy flavor with plenty of gusto, and a powerful, dry finish that gives it a unique presence.
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tmnara
It smells like Shaoxing wine, and tastes more like sake than Shaoxing wine, but with a Shaoxing-style flavor. It was a sake that would go well with Chinese food!
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tmnara
Junmai unfiltered fire-aged sake, Shippo label 27BY Tottori Tamasakae 70% Polishing ratio +14 Acidity 2.6 JSA No.7 19-20
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Shikun純米吟醸 紺ラベル 乳酸菌酒母仕込み純米吟醸原酒生酒中取り無濾過
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1000_leaves
Manshu Ikko" Ordered goods We use 100% "Tamasakae" from Tottori prefecture, polish the rice to 55%, and press it as it is. It is a limited Junmai Ginjo-shu with a dark blue label. It is a limited Junmai Ginjo sake. The sake mother is made using the "Sanki Amazake moto" method of high temperature saccharification and the addition of lactic acid bacteria, without using lactic acid for brewing. Takada Shuzo Co. Konokun Junmai Ginjo Dark Blue Label Lactic Acid Bacteria Sake Mother Brewing Non-pressurized Nakadori unfiltered undiluted sake
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Shikun紺ラベル 乳酸菌酵母仕込み純米吟醸原酒生酒無濾過
山長 梅田店
家飲み部
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bouken
I thought Tamahie was a dry sake, but it's made with lactobacillus yeast. It's sweet and sour. It's more suitable for warmed sake than cold sake. It's delicious cold, though.
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bouken
It has an atmosphere similar to that of wine yeast and bodhicitan sake.
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bouken
And citrusy or tangerine-y.
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bouken
Hmmm... Like Takanaga or Gozenshu's Bodacious Malt.
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