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Azumamineぎんおとめ 純米吟醸 生原酒純米吟醸原酒生酒無濾過
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higeThe sweetness of the wine is excellent as a food sake. The gentle sweetness from the latter half to the lingering finish is also pleasant, and it will lure you to the next sip. ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★
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Azumamine純米吟醸 美山錦《無濾過》生原酒純米吟醸原酒生酒無濾過
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おっJapanese mountain ash (Sorbus japonica) Soft in the mouth. Woody aroma that passes through the nose. Sourness and very faint acidity, astringency, or perhaps dryness? It is a bit astringent, or perhaps dry. But there is also a hint of sweetness. It is plainly delicious. I bought it at a liquor store in Shiwa on my way back from a recent trip to Aomori. It is the oldest sake brewery in the birthplace of the Nanbu Touji clan. I only passed by the brewery, but thank goodness for that.
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Azumamineぎんおとめ純米吟醸原酒生酒無濾過
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ごうRelatively mild and iso-style. It has a rounded mouthfeel and a soft taste, but as soon as the sweetness arrives, the acidity and umami spread in the mouth. It has the strength of an unfiltered, unpasteurized sake, but is smooth, well-balanced, and crisp, with a light bitterness in the aftertaste. It would be good with vegetable dishes, but I think it is also delicious on its own.
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Azumamine生原酒 純米吟醸美山錦
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くぅねるAzumamine is said to be the birthplace of Nanbu Touji. Since I was a child, I used to drink and watch sake a lot, so in a good way, it is a common sake. But when I drank it... It's not a matter of course! Kato admonishes Yamamoto, "It's not natural! It was a highly refined sake. I wonder what it tastes like. It tastes like home, or a taste that makes you feel at home. I was sentimental about it because it reminded me of drinking it at relatives' houses during Obon and New Year's holidays when I was a child.
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