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ひるぺこ
This time it is Hana of Hyakurugakumon. Kinuhikari produced in Gosho City Gosho City peony yeast and peony flower yeast produced in Gosho City, This is the first sake brewed by Mr. Taniguchi, who took over the business of Katsuragi Shuzo. The bottle was opened in about an hour while slowly enjoying the doburoku dance. The first aroma was a soft floral scent mixed with pineapple. It is a vigorous and dry sake. The freshness and mild acidity The freshness and mild acidity combined with the rice's crumbly texture make it a dry and delicious sake. It is dry and delicious! It is not possible to open the bottle without chilling it thoroughly, but when it comes back to room temperature, a slight sweetness takes over and the flavor becomes more to my liking. It is a new type of floral yeast, We are very happy that it turned out okay. This time it was only a small amount of doburoku, but they would like to sell it as sake in the future. I am looking forward to selling it as sake 😊.
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ポンちゃん
Good evening Peco 🦉. 1 hour 😳That's a very energetic drink 😆And I've never seen so many recognizable bumps 😳I'm curious and would like to try it, including the new flower yeast!
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ひるぺこ
Good evening, Pon-chan. I was waiting with great excitement to see if the yeast isolated from the peony in Gosho could be used in the finished product. I am very impressed that you are taking on the challenge of making a new product from Gosho, not following the latest fads, but keeping in mind Hyakurugakumon's unique style!
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ジェイ&ノビィ
Good morning, Hirupeko 😃. Not many dancers in the world would enjoy dancing for an hour 😆Doburoku dance💃 is an elegant time ☺️ I would like to have a firm dry taste afterwards 😋.
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ひるぺこ
Good morning, Jay & Nobby! It was doburoku at the time and I enjoyed watching it dance 😁 I dashed to Nara with my beloved sake, including the part I couldn't strain due to small amount of preparation 🚗💨.
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bouken
Hi Hirupeko 😃 I was curious about this one, but my local distributor didn't have it in stock, so I guess it's only available in Nara 🤔. Looks like a lot of work to open it 😳1 hour 💦.
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ひるぺこ
Good evening, brother bouken. I went to Nara to get it because it was not in stock in my hometown 😆 But I am glad I got to drink it including the unfinished doburoku part. I'll be relaxing for an hour after opening the bottle while doing housework.
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