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Introducing sake brands with the strongest impression of "Succulent" flavor, ranked by the strength of the impression.
# 1
4.96 pt.
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This season is getting hotter, Cold sake soaks in 🍶. Thanks again for your hard work today: 🙌🏻
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It's a dry and refreshing drink for less than 1000 yen, but it's quite good!
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Sweetness.
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# 2
4.92 pt.
FruityMellowRichMildDryLight
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This is the first time I have tasted this brand. The sweet aroma and flavor are supported by a moderate acidity and astringency. 17° concentration makes for a strong drinking experience. The aftertaste is gentle and lingers for a long time. Since this sake is so assertive on its own, it would be good to have something to snack on, such as salted rice kelp.
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3.4
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The atmosphere of the label makes you think it is a dry food sake, but it is sweet and fruity. Not a sticky sweetness, but a glossy sweetness with a clean aftertaste. It is delicious. 4.0
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# 3
4.75 pt.
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Oniyama Oniyamma Red Label ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Junmai sake, unfiltered and unpasteurized Rice polishing ratio 70%, ALC 18%. There is not much aroma. When you put it in your mouth, you can lightly feel the unique "shuwashu" (a kind of "shuwashu" in Japanese sake), and you can also taste a slightly fruity flavor. Chigasaki Kagisan: 20240418
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Joetsu City, Niigata Prefecture Is it my imagination that I taste dashi the moment I put it in my mouth? It is such a cup of soup.
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Sake degree +12 Rough and piercing with a freshness of nama-shu. Exactly as the label says, young and fierce.
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# 4
4.73 pt.
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It tastes like sake... rice flavor... Yet it is easy to drink without leaving an aftertaste!
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It is clear but easy to drink, sweet like syrup.
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This sake is also limited to Niigata Prefecture🌾. Yamakoshi" 🗻 made with rice from Yamakoshi Village Local ✨ Refreshing taste😄 The flavor of the rice is very strong 🌾.
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# 5
4.72 pt.
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It is delicious lukewarm.
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I wanted a dry, dry drink. There are days when I'm in that mood. You might say don't choose raw, but I realized it after the sake bottle came. I enjoyed it with yudofu. It fits my mood today. When I think of dry, dry sake, I think of Niigata, Hiroshima, and Kochi. I admit to disagreeing.
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Junmai-like umami. It is dry and crisp, but there is sweetness in it. It is such a sake.
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# 6
4.65 pt.
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Oni Otome Tears Shiboritate
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Cute label!
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Peachy fruit aroma with a burnt bitterness and a dry finish. It is truly a maiden's tear. When combined with food, it has a gentle sweetness.
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# 7
4.56 pt.
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I didn't like it.
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240216-3
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It has a strong umami and a deep flavor. Seems like it would be good warmed up.
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# 8
4.39 pt.
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Tenma Daijukai (¡°Tenma Sake Association¡±) This sake is named after Governor Yoshimura And an illustration of a mysterious person on the label Where is Governor Yoshimura? Where? It's a very typical mature, slightly dry junmai sake, and it's good warmed up. It's the type of sake I'd like to drink on a regular basis, but it's more of a souvenir. I misunderstood. I'd like to buy it if it were available!
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Tenma Taishukai 2024 ④ The day before, I tasted Sakakamatsu from this brewery at a liquor store in Ikuno Ward. He asked me if I was going to the Tenma Sake Festival. I've been to this brewery and bought sake before. I think it was a brewery in Osaka, but closer to Wakayama and near a fishing port. I drank Junmai Ginjo Natsusei Nemuchi-san confirmed with the brewery that it was the same Sakakamatsu Natsusei that I drank the day before. Hmmm? When I drank it the day before, I had the impression that it was a summer sake with good flavor and drinkability, but something is different... Is it the temperature range? It seems too thin or too light 🤔. Summer Ginjo This is also a summer sake. Similar to Junmai Ginjo, but this one is spicier.
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Today is my first visit to a liquor store. Sakurada Sake Shop in Ikuno Ward. They recently started an installation site, and I had a vague idea of the brands they carry, so I decided to go there. It's a little far from the station, but I guess Kintetsu Imazato Station or Sennichimae Shoji Station are the closest ones. The brands they carry are Kubota, Horaisen, Kirinzan, Sagata, Naniwa Masamune (Sakamatsu), Tamagawa, Katano Sakura, Otters, various sake from Meimon Shukai, etc. There is also a PB sake called Naniwa Sakura, brewed by Yamano Shuzo of Katano Sakura. They are open on Sundays. When I asked if they had any 4-gou of Sakamatsu sake, they said they only have 1-masu bottles. I asked them if they had any 4-gou of Sakamatsu, but they said they only had one bottle.... Then they asked me if I would like to try a sample. I decided to try it. The rice was smooth. It is rare for a brewery in the Kansai region to use "masugura" rice. I think there was also a sake made with Asahi no Yume. It has a gorgeous ginjo aroma and a slightly sweet, yet somewhat robust flavor. The quality of the sake seems heavy for a summer sake. I've bought Naniwa Masamune's Natsusei at a brewery in the past, but I wonder if the contents are the same 🤔. The owner was very nice and I will visit again 😊. The 3rd and 4th pictures are retro vending machines I found on the way 😳. The sample I saw was released in 1998, so I wonder if it was working until the middle of the Heisei era?
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# 9
4.26 pt.
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At a sake bar. This is my first brand. Banana-like aroma. Light but slightly heavy aftertaste.
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Yesterday's report My fourth drink. To be honest, my memory is a bit fuzzy as I was having a lively conversation with the 73 year old man next to me. However, my first impression was that it was delicious. It was a collaboration of Naoetsu fish dishes and local sake. I had a chance to mingle with the young warriors at the karaoke snack bar, and they applauded my poor enka (traditional Japanese ballad). If you go to Sado, you must go to the port of Naoetsu. Let's come back. I promised the calm mama. Niigata Prefecture is long from north to south, so I'm looking forward to today as well, as I'm sure the sake tastes are diverse.
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The Yae Kubiki series is only available at seven liquor stores in Niigata Prefecture. Pale yellow color with a mild aroma. It has a pungent taste in the mouth and a refreshing aftertaste. It has a sweet taste, but it is refreshing. Went well with grilled fish. 720ml ¥1.800-
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# 10
4.13 pt.
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A Refreshing pear-like aroma: ⭕️ Elegant sweetness Fresh acidity: ⭕️ Alcohol-derived bitterness Leads to a powerful aftertaste and sharpness. Un Calm banana aroma Familiar sweetness ⭕️ Soft acidity Slightly creamy flavor Overall impression is gentle and friendly. ⭕️ The masterpiece "A" is made from Yamadanishiki rice grown in the company's own rice fields with an eye toward competition entry. The masterpiece "Un" uses "Watafune No.2" rice produced in Kasai City, Hyogo Prefecture, which is expected to become the core of the future Laughing Season Brewery. Rice used: A: Yamadanishiki from Kasai City, Hyogo Prefecture; Un: Watafune2 from Kasai City, Hyogo Prefecture ■Polishing ratio: 50% ■Alcohol level: 16% ■Sake level: A: -8.0; Un: -11.0 ■Acidity: 1.5 Yeast: Kyokai 601+1001 *Masterpiece is the flagship of the Laughing Shiki Brewery.
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3.5 stars Slightly apricot-like aroma. Slightly buttery and full-bodied flavor. Alcoholic and cool cut. It tastes like a Chinese character.
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The clear flavor has a rich aroma with hints of white peaches, strawberries, and tropical fruits. It has a more profound flavor than "A", but has a good balance of sweet and sour, with a good aftertaste that disappears cleanly, leaving behind a delicious flavor and a slight lactic acidity. Rice used: 100% Watabune No. 2 grown in Hyogo Prefecture Rice polishing ratio: 50 Sake meter: -11 Acidity: 1.5 Amino acidity: 0.9 Yeast used: Kyokai No. 1001 Alcohol content: 16%.
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