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Izumofujiしぼりたて 春ノ赤ラベル純米吟醸原酒生酒
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大字なばI was drawn in by the gorgeous aroma that came suddenly, and enjoyed the mild rice flavor that eventually appeared. It is a beautifully flavored sake.
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Izumofuji超辛口 純米吟醸純米吟醸
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KojiIt has a crisp and refreshing throat, The first mouthfeel is mild and elegant. Perhaps it is the divine virtues of Okuninushi. Brewed in Izumo, aspiring to Fuji. The honesty of the land of the divine month.
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Izumofujiしぼりたて無濾過生原酒純米原酒生酒無濾過
taiIzumo Fuji Shiboritate Unfiltered Nama Sake Type Junmai-shu Capacity 720ml Alcohol content 15%. Sake degree Rice used: 100% Yamadanishiki produced in Shimane Prefecture Rice polishing ratio 70%. Sake Brewer: Fuji Shuzo / Shimane Prefecture At Takoichi in Musashi-shinjo. This was delicious! It has a plump flavor and sweetness.
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Izumofuji純米吟醸 超辛口
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KazuIt's been a long time since I've had a sake called "super-harsh". It's a little sweeter than I thought it would be, despite the sake level. Refreshing and refreshing! Delicious!
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Izumofuji純米吟醸原酒生酒無濾過
家飲み部
26
ひぃやんToday's Sake (4/3) Izumo Fuji Junmai Ginjo Haru no Aka Label Freshly squeezed raw sake Rice used: 100% Yamadanishiki produced in Shimane Prefecture Rice polishing ratio: 50 Alcohol content: 15%.
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Izumofuji純米吟醸 山田錦 赤ラベル
辻高広Izumo Fuji Junmai Ginjo Aka Label Yamadanishiki Slight sourness from sweetness and umami Sake that goes down smoothly with a hint of sourness from the sweetness and umami. It is a sake that goes well with food. It's fattening.
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Izumofuji純米 白ラベル純米原酒生酒
家飲み部
24
UTKSweetness: 2 Umami: 4 Astringency: 2 Acidity: 2 Bitterness: 3 Fullness, body: 3 Flavor: Young leaves, yogurt First Izumo sake! Uitatekoso gives the impression of a calm, rice-derived grain aroma. Despite the rice polishing ratio of 70%, the lingering aroma is reminiscent of yogurt rather than a cloying taste. After the umami taste, a refreshing bitterness sets it off, so it is best served cold 🤔. I thought this sake was like a combination of Kaoru-shu and Mochu-shu (I was also having a lot of cups, so I am not sure if I was able to feel the fine flavors...)
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