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金の井川口納豆特別純米原酒ひやおろし
栄太郎
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はかたサバスキー
This sake is brewed from Miyamanishiki grown in Kawaguchi Natto's own rice fields, which are apparently famous in Miyagi Prefecture. From the name, one might expect, or even slightly expect, the smell of natto (fermented soybeans), but the initial aroma is quite elegant. The top aroma is very elegant, and the richness of Miyamanishiki can be tasted in the mouth. The brewing water is soft and mild. The sake has a sake strength of +6, but I felt it was too sweet. The final taste is a moderate bitterness and astringency. Now I want to try the real thing, not sake. I would like to try the real Kawaguchi natto next time. It is not so easy to find it living in western Japan. Thank you very much for the food.
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