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福島県郡山市田村町金沢高屋敷139
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The 7th Matsuo Taisha Sake-1 Grand Prix㉕ This year, there are two breweries with 𓆏 emblems. The first brewery is the booth of Niidashi Zenshu. It will be a sake brewery that protects rice fields and water in Japan. They use only natural water from "Takeuchi well water (hard water)" near their own rice fields and "Mizunenaki spring water (soft water)" from their own mountain. Shuyo Odayaka Junmai Ginjyo Smooth and creamy. A dry and slightly creamy water with a sparkling taste. Slightly effervescent compared to sparring. Shuodai Odayaka Sparkling This is a bottle-fermented sake made by the same method as Champagne. It also has a dry aftertaste with a sense of sizzle. I think the power of nature is amazing.
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Odayakaうすにごり生純米吟醸生酛
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もけけ
Purchased at Koriyama station during a trip to Fukushima. It has a strong, melon-like flavor, similar to other Fukushima sake, and my taste buds were right on the money! It may be a bit similar to Hirotogawa's nigori. I also liked all the other Fukushima sake I drank in Koriyama.
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Odayaka生酒発泡
Matsunoo-Taisha Shrine (松尾大社)
外飲み部
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bouken
Matsuo Taisha Sake-1 Grand Prix㉕ Speaking of Niida, it's all about 🐸, isn't it? I don't really like frogs, but when I was a kid, Sanrio's Kerokerokeroppi was all the rage, and all the gym uniform bags and school lunch bags were 🐸. 🐸🐸🐸🐸 Here's another Niida who doesn't drink much these days I have the impression that there's a big difference between the ones I like and the ones I don't, which makes it hard to buy. I drank Odayaka Sparkling TOYONISHIKI, 70% polished rice, 12% alcohol This sake is made by fermenting freshly squeezed sake in the bottle. It is dry, shriveled, and champagne-like 🥂. The sweetness and refreshing acidity are impressive! Shimizu Odayaka Junmai Ginjyo Ususu Nigori Nama-shu Miyamanishiki, 60% polished rice, Sake degree 15.5 The ginjo aroma is reminiscent of peaches. It is as sparkling as a sparkling wine. Refreshing with a good balance of sweet and sour. Well, I've never had a sake like this before because I've only had Niidashi Sanshu...
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Odayakaうすにごり生純米吟醸生酛にごり酒
家飲み部
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テキーラ
First, let's start with the supernatant. It is moderately slightly carbonated, a little sour, and delicious! Then, mix it to make it cloudy and gulp it down. Delicious! It is certainly mild.
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Odayaka純米吟醸生酛ひやおろし
SAKE FROMAGERIE 香醸
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ゆーへー
It is tangy and flows with the sweetness and aroma of apricot and a little nutty. Being a hiyaoroshi-goshi, it was delicious with a bit of fruit maturity. Mystery Cheese Shop usually has Niidashi Zenshu in stock, but this time they had a rare Odayaka in stock, so I bought it ✨. The frog logo changes with each type, so what does it stand for? It makes me think 🐸. 720 mL ¥ 1,980
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Odayaka雄町純米吟醸生酛生酒無濾過
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ジョナジョナ
Sake made with Omachi from the Odayaka series. A sword is drawn on a frog, which looks not so calm. It has a strong koji aroma. The sweetness is rather subdued with a koji flavor, and complex acidity and umami come in around the time of the carbonic acidity. It leaves a slightly astringent taste and has a refreshing aftertaste. It is certainly more like a sword than a junmai sake. Come to think of it, this is the first time I've tasted Shizugen... I'd like to compare them.
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Odayaka純米吟醸生酛生酒おりがらみ
トミフク食堂
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tai
Odayaka Junmai Ginjo Mild Nigori Nama Hashiroshi Nama Alcohol content 16 degrees Celsius Rice / Polishing ratio Miyamanishiki / 60 Details Sake meter: / Acidity: / Amino acidity: / Yeast: 1401 At Tomifuku Shokudo in Mizonokuchi. Melon type. More refreshing than expected.
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Odayaka生酛 純米吟醸 雄町
家飲み部
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zenith
Niida Honke Odayaka Namahashime Junmai Ginjo Omachi We work together with organic and natural farmers to revitalize the rice fields of Fukushima. Niida's persistence in sake
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