SakenowaRecord your sake experiences and discover your favorites
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SakiSake I brought back from a trip to Kumano. It goes well with greasy bread. I mean, it goes well with greasy bread, but when I wanted to drink it while I was eating, this was the one I found. It tastes a little bit spicy.
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Kumanosanzan吟醸酒
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赤兎馬. Sake Rice : Yamadanishiki Rice polishing ratio : 60 Sake received as a souvenir The balance is quite good! Slightly sweet. It's very refreshing, so it goes down easy! Flavor is weak! ✩3.5
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たがーる*.+Yay! A handsome souvenir! Soft! I think it has a bit of a tang to it, but I wonder if it's a bit fruity? But as I drink it, the aftertaste is a bit spicy! Spicy! After the sausage, it becomes sweet! It becomes sweeter - this marriage is a handsome marriage!
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Kumanosanzan純米吟醸
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OkkuAt dinner on a family vacation, we went to a place near Wakayama 🍶 It was a refreshing drink that did not interfere with the meal.
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Kumanosanzan吟醸酒吟醸
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TOKKIThe aroma is not very noticeable, and when you put it in your mouth, it has a nice crispness to it, and you can feel it all the way to the tip of your tongue. It is just like feeling a chain of mountains.
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schnskiIt was dry but refreshing, and the sweetness of the rice was also very apparent. It is exactly the image I had when I drank it on my trip. Is this a characteristic of sake from the Kumano area? Delicious!
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