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2 Chome-8-番3号 Ishibiki, Kanazawa, Ishikawa
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Kuroobi堂々純米山廃
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Mr. Yamauchi, Mr. Wakayama and ‼️ Kuro obi is made for Kuro obi by making several different types of sake with different rice polishing ratios and aging them separately and slowly over time. Each sake is developed to have its own distinctive flavor, and then each sake is batched at the time of bottling. If "blending" is the process of creating a single flavor by complementing each other, "batting" is the process of creating a new flavor by combining independent flavors. All of the rice used is contract-grown rice Yamada-Nishiki 60% (produced in Naka-ku, Taka-machi, Hyogo Prefecture) Kinmon-Nishiki 40% (produced in Kijimadaira, Shimotakai-gun, Nagano Prefecture) Rice polishing ratio 65 Production method: Junmai, Yamahai brewing Junmai Ginjo-shu mixed (Mixture ratio / Polishing ratio 60% 50%) Alcohol 15%. Sake degree +5 Acidity 1.9 Amino acidity 1.4
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Kuroobi悠々 特別純米特別純米
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All rice grown under contract Yamada-Nishiki 55% (Produced in Naka-ku, Taka-machi, Hyogo Prefecture) Kinmon-Nishiki 45% (produced in Kijimadaira, Shimotakai-gun, Nagano Prefecture) Sake for ryotei (traditional Japanese restaurants) with a graceful elegance This sake has a dry taste with a crisp, mellow flavor, and it has been carefully matured in the brewery to give it a relaxed and calm "Yuyuyu" taste. It is the beginning of Kurobelt and the most standard Kurobelt sake, and since its release in 1976, it has been trained by professionals with a keen sense of taste, especially at Kanazawa's restaurants. Although it is dry, it is not dry at all, and when heated, it is soft and shows its full flavor. It is an excellent match for sashimi, sushi, and other fish dishes.
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Kuroobi悠々特別純米
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A glass of Kaga cuisine and Hokuriku fish 🍶. Rice: 74% Yamadanishiki/45% Kinmonishiki Polishing ratio: 68 Alcohol content: 15 Sake meter: +6 Acidity: 1.6 Amino acidity: 1.4 It has a good balance between a moderate sharpness and umami, giving the impression of being a sake to be enjoyed with the tongue rather than the aroma. It is good with sashimi as well as jibe-ni (stewed vegetables). The sake bottle and faceted glass are also very nice. It's a bit on the dark side, so in the fall and winter, I'd like to warm it up and enjoy it with oden... I can't resist good food and good sake when I'm on a trip 😁 lol. (By the way, I recommend the sake shop near this Takasakiya store to anyone who loves sake.)
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Kuroobi悠悠
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This is my first favorite sake. I had it at an izakaya near Kyobashi in Tokyo on 2019/8, and I've kind of forgotten what it tastes like, but I remember drinking it on the side of the road, and it was quite a pleasure to take it out of the fridge and drink it one sip at a time!
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Kuroobi悠々特別純米
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The aroma is crisp. The first impression on the palate is sweet, but the dryness comes later on in the back of the throat. It is just like the season when you feel the temperature difference between morning and evening.
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Kuroobi悠々 純米吟醸
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Fuku
Purchase Marucho Shoten Recently I have been cutting back on alcohol and living a beauty life with a healthy dose of Fukumitsuya's Silky Amazake, but today I will have this one.
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