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Miyakobijin山廃純米 茶ラベル 火入原酒
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ひるぺこ
This time it is Miyako Bijin's tea label. Sake from Awaji Island, Hyogo Prefecture. It is a 2019BY Gohyakumangoku with foamy No. 9 yeast. The current label is Tori label. I took a sip of Tori at an event once before and it was delicious! I personally remember the incident when my partner spilled most of it when I was so impressed with the taste of Tori at a previous event and I got mad (I have a root for this kind of thing) 😂. The top aroma is a ripe citrusy, smoky, caramelized aroma. First at room temperature. Thick mouthfeel. From the strong citrus acidity reminiscent of kumquat, a creamy, rich sweetness and crisp bitterness spreads on the palate. The smoky brown rice flavor that lingers in the aftertaste is pleasant, and one sip draws you in for more and more. Light, mellow, crisp, and delicious! Heating up the sake makes the flavor more lively 👍. When heated with water, it has a soft mouthfeel and the sweetness of the rice softly stands out. Anyway, it's a great taste! I wish I could secure another bottle 😊.
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ジェイ&ノビィ
Hi Hilpeko, good evening 😃. The 💢downside is hilarious 💢 but this is an excellent review of the taste 😍I'd love to have another sip 😚 and the atmosphere of the label makes it one I'd love to drink 😊.
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ヤスベェ
Hi Hirupeko 😀 I'm still learning a lot and this is the first time I've heard of add water heating 🤣. Do you literally add water to the sake to heat it up ❓😀😀 I'm currently trying my hand at heating sake a little at a time, so I'm very interested 😀.
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ひるぺこ
Hi Jay & Nobby. It's been a while since I've had a rich, matured sake, so I'm excited 😆 Miyako Bijin has a new toji (master brewer) this season, who is of course a great guy, but I wonder if the quality of the sake will change from what it used to be.
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ひるぺこ
Hi Yasubeyesan. I'm sure there are recipes for heating sake at restaurants that have a warming staff, but I'm a bit rusty 💦It makes it easier to drink, especially if it's a mellow type of sake.
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さけラン
You are drinking a lot, aren't you, Mr. Hirupeko👋. And it's a rare one these days, Alc.19°. It looks like it's for warmed sake, but I'd like to try it chilled first 😇.
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ひるぺこ
I need to buy another bottle 🤔
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