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Toyobijin醇道一途 直汲み生純米吟醸生酒槽しぼり
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yosi
Junmai Ginjo-shu with a rice polishing ratio of 50 The winter-only "Jyundo Isshu no Nao Kumi Nama". The sake is freshly pressed and bottled without going through a tank, so you can enjoy the freshly made taste. When poured into a glass, it has a strong, mellow, sweet ginjo aroma like peaches and pears. A sip reveals a fruity, sweet and juicy flavor, with an elegant fruitiness that is not half bad. The aftertaste is accented with bitterness and acidity, again elegant. This is delicious. My favorite degree (self-assessment) ★★★★★★★★☆☆☆
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Kamotsuru荷札酒 黄水仙 しぼりたて純米大吟醸原酒無濾過槽しぼり
家飲み部
79
yosi
Junmai Daiginjo-shu with a rice polishing ratio of 50 Kake rice is 80% Omachi. Koji rice is Yamadanishiki. The label states that the sake is "tamba-kumi-kumi," which means that it is bottled as it is freshly pressed, and then heated through the bottle before being bottled. At 13% alcohol by volume, it is a low-alcohol sake of today. When poured into a glass, it has a pleasant aroma of sweet, mellow fruit, like yellow peaches. The taste is fresh and light with a sweet umami flavor. The acidity and bitterness in the aftertaste are also pleasant...and the gasiness is refreshing. It is also delicious! My favorite level (self-assessment) ★★★★★★★☆☆☆☆
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Akabu純米 NEWBORN純米原酒生酒中取り無濾過発泡
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yosi
Junmai Namaishu with 60% rice polishing ratio A limited version of AKABU Junmai-shu. It is bottled directly from the vat as it flows out of the tank. The aroma in the glass is pleasantly fruity, with a hint of pear and a little citrus. Gradually, you will detect a refreshing aroma of pears and a hint of citrus. The first impression after drinking is that it is so clear, fresh, and refreshing that you would think this is junmai sake. The aftertaste is finished off with a bitter rice flavor. No need to review this or that. It is also delicious! My favorite level (self-assessment) ★★★★★★★☆☆☆☆
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Hohaiwinter 豊盃米純米吟醸生酒
家飲み部
88
yosi
Junmai Ginjo Nama Shu with 55% rice polishing ratio According to research, all of the rice used in this junmai ginjo is "Toyobai rice," a unique rice suitable for sake brewing that only the Miura Sake Brewery grows under contract, and it is brewed with Iwakisan subsoil water from the brewery's own wells and its own yeast. The aroma in the glass is fresh and subdued, with a fresh ginjo aroma. The first impression after drinking is also fresh and refreshing. The first impression after drinking is also fresh, crisp, and refreshing, but perhaps because it is made from Toyobai rice, the umami of the rice can also be fully felt. The aftertaste is finished off with a sharp acidity. A well-balanced sake...also delicious! My favorite degree (self-assessment) ★★★★★★★☆☆☆☆
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Shichiken風凛美山純米
家飲み部
84
yosi
Junmai sake with a rice polishing ratio of 70 Upon investigation, the sake is named "Furyin Bisan," a play on "Furyin Kozan," which is typical of the country of Kai. It is a refreshing junmai sake brewed in Hakushu, a famous water village, with water from the underground streams of Mt. The aroma in the glass has a slight ginjo aroma. The first impression after drinking is that it has sweetness, umami, bitterness, and acidity, but overall it is refreshing and clean. The taste is exquisite and well-balanced, with none of the flavors being overly assertive. This taste for a junmai sake...too good to be true! My favorite level (self-assessment) ★★★★★★★☆☆☆☆
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T.KISO
Good evening, YOSI😄. This is a drink I would like to try 😋🍶. I saw your review and it looks well-balanced and to my liking too 😆💕.
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yosi
Good evening, T.KISO! I got it from Furusato tax payment by the way!
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Sharakuおりがらみ純米吟醸生酒おりがらみ
家飲み部
92
yosi
Happy New Year to everyone, although it is quite late. I hope you all have a great new year. I'm sorry for the delay in updating this page... Here is a New Year's message for you... Junmai Ginjo-shu with a 50% rice polishing ratio! I found out that it is a limited edition sake from 寫樂, which is only sold for three months during the winter season. It is brewed with 50% polished rice from Gohyakumangoku rice grown in the prefecture and made into an orikara. When poured into a glass, it has a gorgeous aroma reminiscent of La France and melon. The first impression after drinking is that it has a fresh and rich flavor unique to freshly pressed sake, while the acidity in the aftertaste is crisp and well-balanced. It is also delicious! My favorite level (self-assessment) ★★★★★★★★☆☆☆
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ポンちゃん
Happy New Year, YOSI 🎍🙇. I hope you have a great New Year 💦. I hope you have a great New Year 🙏.
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ジェイ&ノビィ
Good evening, yosi 😃 Happy New Year 🌅 Limited edition has a nice sound 👍 The balance between freshness and rich flavor is the strongest 😊.
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麺酒王
Happy New Year, yosi 🎍. I'm so glad to hear that you are enjoying your work 😌It's so nice 😆 Melon, La France type aroma and rich fresh taste ❗I'm drooling just listening to it 🤤.
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yosi
Pon-chan, a very belated Happy New Year! I'm sure I'll be back to 寫樂...寫樂...for anything...lol
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yosi
Jay & Nobby, a very belated Happy New Year! Limited 寫樂...No doubt about it - lol!
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yosi
Happy very late New Year, Noodle Sake King! 寫樂 to relieve the fatigue of work...no doubt about it - lol!
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Tenmei中取り 弐号純米吟醸生酒中取りおりがらみ
家飲み部
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yosi
Thank you all for your support this year. We will continue to update this page in the coming year. Junmai Ginjo-shu with a milling ratio of 50% for koji rice and 65% for kake rice Tenmei's "Nakadori" series is a series of sake from No. 0 to No. 5, and one bottle is released almost every month during the sake brewing season. The concept of "Nakadori No. 2," the third in the series, is "dry and light" and "our beauty. The concept of "Nakadori No. 2" is "Dry & Light" and "Our Beauty." It aims to be dry yet flavorful and not tiring to drink even if it is a pure sake, and it is a sake that has been prepared in every possible and most powerful way to accompany and add to food in the best possible way to achieve the best and most beautiful sake. We opened the bottle on Christmas Eve, and it has a nice orikara (a hint of a hint of a hint of something else) when poured into a glass, with lots of atmosphere. The aroma is sweet and fluffy, with a fruity smell reminiscent of melon. The first impression is that it is "dry and light. Sweetness and acidity are soft and light. The aftertaste is pleasantly bitter and full, but it is also soft and light. This is delicious! My favorite level (self-assessment) ★★★★★★★★☆☆☆
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たっく0103
Thanks for your hard work YOSI and I look forward to working with you next year 😀 Have a happy new year 🎍.
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えりりん
YOSI, congrats on your decision. Thanks for all the likes 😊. Have a great new year 🎍🐇.
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遥瑛チチ
Good evening, YOSI 🌆. You are so fast to open the second issue ❗️ I'm going to accumulate some more and then compare 😁️. Have a happy new year 👋
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ポンちゃん
Good evening, YOSI 🌙 Looks like you're ringing in the new year with some yummy drinks! Thank you for a great year 😊 and I hope to see you again next year 🙏 Have a great New Year's Day ✨.
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MimurosugiDio Abita純米吟醸原酒無濾過
家飲み部
95
yosi
Junmai Ginjo-shu with a rice polishing ratio of 60%. Dio Abita" means "God's abode" in Italian. The sake is made from Yamada-Nishiki grown in cooperation with local farmers using water from the Miwa Mountain subsoil, which is called "water of the gods. Originally a seasonal sake, it is now sold year-round in response to demand. When poured into a glass, it has a fresh ginjo aroma like green apples. The first impression is that it has a light taste, which can be said to be due to the low alcohol content, but the umami of the rice can be felt well enough to make it a pleasant drink. The aftertaste is crisp and refreshing with a refreshing acidity that brings it all together. You will be drinking it without even knowing it... This is delicious! My favorite level (self-assessment) ★★★★★★★★☆☆☆
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遥瑛チチ
Good morning, YOSI 😃. Kore is a classic low-alcoholic sake, so it's very useful ❗️. Mimuro cedar is really delicious no matter which one you drink 🤗.
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yosi
Haruei Chichi - Good evening! Mimuro cedar was a sake that I had not had a chance to buy. If I find it again, I will buy it immediately!
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Kid雄町特別純米
家飲み部
91
yosi
This is a special junmai sake with a rice polishing ratio of 60%. Upon investigation, the only sake rice used by Kido was "Yamadanishiki" and some "Gohyakumangoku," but this sake was brewed with "Omachi" from 2018 with a full commitment. When poured into a glass, it has a fluffy, fruity, and subdued ginjo aroma. The first impression after drinking is a strong umami with a strong sense of Omachi. The first impression is a strong umami with a strong sense of Omachi, with a hint of sweetness like a ripe banana. There is also a lingering sharpness in the aftertaste due to the tangy acidity. Overall, the flavor clearly shows the powerfulness of Omachi. This is delicious! My favorite level (self-assessment) ★★★★★★★★☆☆☆
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EmishikiSensation 黒ラベル初槽おりがらみ生酒特別純米原酒生酒
家飲み部
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yosi
Junmai Daiginjo class with a 50% rice polishing ratio. For some reason, the store label indicates that it is a special junmai namaishu. Upon closer inspection, it is a limited draft version of the popular Laughing Season Sensation, which is shipped as the first batch of sake "Hatsu Tank Limited ORIGARAMI". When poured into a glass, the cloudy white color of the orikara matches the current Hokkaido snow season. The fluffy banana and vanilla-like sweet aroma is a nice touch. The first impression of drinking it is sweet and fruity. Gradually, the aftertaste is reminiscent of sweet and sour green apples. This one is also delicious. My favorite degree (self-assessment) ★★★★★★★★☆☆☆
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T.KISO
Good evening, YOSI😄. I have this on standby in my fridge ❣️. Looks delicious 😋🍶. I'm looking forward to it 🎶.
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ポンちゃん
Good evening, yosi 🌙 The Black Label I wanted to drink was sold out 😭 just the right sweetness, delicious 👍😊.
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yosi
T.KISO, Ponchan~. I recommend this. It looks and tastes good. I think it's the perfect bottle for this season!
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ゆきつばき純米吟醸原酒ひやおろし無濾過
家飲み部
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yosi
Junmai Ginjo-Ginjo-Hara Sake with a 60% rice polishing ratio According to research, Yukitsubaki Sake Brewery was founded in 1806 and has a history of over 200 years. The company's brand name is "Yukitsubaki," which is the prefectural tree of Niigata Prefecture and the city flower of Kamo City, Niigata Prefecture, and it is a "junmai kurazou" (pure rice brewery) that makes only junmai ginjo and junmai sake by hand without using more machinery than necessary. The rice used is 100% Niigata-grown Koshitanrei, and the junmai-ginjo sake is cold brewed during the winter and slowly matured at low temperatures until autumn. It has a gorgeous aroma and a mellow, mature taste. Enjoy the seasonal flavor only available at this time of year. When poured into a glass, it has a gorgeous and fresh ginjo aroma. The first impression is that it has a rounded umami sweetness, but it is accompanied by a nice apple-like acidity. This one is also tasty. My favorite degree (self-assessment) ★★★★★★★☆☆☆☆
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Fukukomachiひやおろし特別純米原酒生詰酒
家飲み部
85
yosi
Special Junmai sake with a 60% rice polishing ratio The Kimura Sake Brewery was founded in 1615, making it the second oldest brewery in Akita Prefecture with a history of over 400 years. When poured into a glass, it has a sweet, fresh ginjo aroma that is not strong. The first impression is impressive, with a chocolate-like umami sweetness. Then gradually a fresh acidity follows, which is nice. This one is tasty, too. My favorite level (self-assessment) ★★★★★★★☆☆☆☆
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Hiroki黒ラベル純米吟醸生詰酒
家飲み部
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yosi
Junmai Ginjo-shu with a rice polishing ratio of 50 According to research, the name "Hiroki," which is pronounced "hiroki" by the Hiroki Shuzo brewery, means "a dewdrop of joy (sake) bursting forth". Tobiroki, whose policy is to produce sake that "always tastes the same no matter how many times you drink it," once faced the crisis of going out of business, and the "unfiltered, unpasteurized sake" that triggered its revival became a hot topic along with Tobiroki's popularity. Tobiroki is therefore known as a pioneer in the unfiltered nama sake category. When poured into a glass, it has a fresh fruity aroma, with a fresh ginjo aroma like muscat. The first impression upon drinking is a perfect balance of umami, sweetness, acidity, and bitterness. The sharpness and bitterness of the aftertaste also make for a pleasant drinking experience. It is also delicious. My favorite level (self-assessment) ★★★★★★★★☆☆☆
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Senkin朝日 秋あがり純米大吟醸生酛ひやおろし
家飲み部
80
yosi
Junmai Daiginjo-shu with a 50% rice polishing ratio According to research, "Asahi" rice, which was once known as edible rice but has shown high potential as sake rice in recent years, is used. Because it is a native variety, the rice is hard, so the sake is brewed slowly using the sake yeast without forcing the rice to dissolve in the unrefined yeast, leaving it to its own natural strength. Pouring it into a glass, one senses a fresh fruity aroma and a refreshing flavor. The first impression is that after one summer, the acidity, juiciness, and bitterness of the aftertaste characteristic of Senkou have mellowed a little. It is also delicious! My favorite level (self-assessment) ★★★★★★★☆☆☆☆
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Akabu純米ひやおろし純米生詰酒ひやおろし
家飲み部
85
yosi
Junmai-shu with a rice polishing ratio of 60 Akabu Junmai Sake Hiyayoroshi's theme is "healing food sake". It is said to be a sake for enjoying the autumn harvest with mildly added flavor. When poured into a glass, the mild aroma reminds one of yogurt. The taste is similar to the aroma, with a mild sourness like that of yogurt, followed by a tangy dry sour bitter aftertaste. We were told that this sake is also delicious lukewarm, but we drank it all cold. My favorite level (self-assessment) ★★★★★★★☆☆☆☆
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ポンちゃん
Good evening, YOSI 🌙 This sake is delicious 😊. I didn't even make it to the lukewarm stage and had it all cold 😅.
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Tenmei秋あがり純米吟醸原酒生酒ひやおろし無濾過
家飲み部
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yosi
Junmai Ginjo Nama Shu with a 50% rice polishing ratio Tenmei Aki-agari was originally brewed entirely with Miyamanishiki, but was re-purposed as a blend of Miyamanishiki and Yume-no-Ko to further improve quality. When poured into a glass, it has a refreshing aroma of mild citrus fruits. The first impression is an apple-like flavor with a strong sense of fine rice sweetness. The aftertaste has a bitter bitterness, which tightens the flavor. It is also delicious. My favorite level (self-assessment) ★★★★★★★☆☆☆☆
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Sawanoiひやおろし純米生詰酒ひやおろし
家飲み部
80
yosi
Junmai sake with a rice polishing ratio of 65 Upon investigation, one finds that the western part of Ome City, where Sawanoi's brewery is located, is an area overflowing with nature. The brewery is located along Mitake Valley, which is known for its famous water, and the water, which is surprisingly clear and contains very little iron, comes from a side well that was dug during the Edo period (1603-1868). When poured into a glass, there is a youthful aroma with a hint of fruitiness. The first impression upon drinking is a refreshing lemon-like acidity. The overall taste is clean and refreshing, with a nice bitter aftertaste that also springs up slightly. It is also delicious. My favorite level (self-assessment) ★★★★★★★☆☆☆☆
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Kamonishiki荷札酒 酒未来 しぼりたて純米大吟醸原酒生酒
家飲み部
95
yosi
Junmai Daiginjo-shu with a 50% rice polishing ratio Kamo Nishiki This sake is the first attempt of Kamo Nishiki Shifuda Sake at "Sake Mirai". First of all, the mere mention of the name "Sake Mirai" is enough to make you click... When poured into a glass, it has a sweet mellow fruity aroma like strawberry or yellow peach. The taste is also rich, with a fine sweetness that reminds one of mellow fruit, and a slight acidity. The bitterness that follows is also pleasant... I didn't feel much of the gassiness that other reviews have mentioned. This one is also delicious. My favorite level (self-assessment) ★★★★★★★★☆☆☆
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Toyobijin醇道一途 亀の尾純米吟醸生詰酒無濾過
家飲み部
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yosi
Junmai Ginjo-shu with a rice polishing ratio of 50 Jundo Ichizu" is a phrase given to President Sumikawa by his mentor, Koichi Yoneda, a Tajima toji (master brewer), when he was a trainee. These words were given to President Sumikawa by his mentor, Koichi Yoneda, a Tajima toji (master brewer), when he was in training. These words, "No matter what happens, live your life with a single-minded focus on sake brewing now and in the future," are words that President Sumikawa still cherishes to this day. This time, Jyundo Ittou is a limited edition junmai-daiginjo with the highest quality sake brewing rice "Kame-no-o" polished up to 50% (koji rice is polished to 40% Yamadanishiki). When poured into a glass, it has a mellow ginjo aroma like melon and pear. A sip reveals a fruity, sweet, juicy flavor. At the same time, bitterness and acidity spread on the palate, creating an indescribable balance. It is also delicious. My favorite level (self-assessment) ★★★★★★★★☆☆☆
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Nichinichi山田錦生酛
家飲み部
101
yosi
The rice polishing ratio is undisclosed. Upon investigation, one finds that Nichinichi Jozo is a new brewery built in Kyoto by renowned toji (master brewer) HIDEHIKO MATSUMOTO. The rice used for this sake is of course Yamadanishiki from Hyogo Prefecture. This sake is brewed using rice that is inseparable from Toji Matsumoto. When poured into a glass, it has a mild but sweet aroma like a pear. The first sensation of drinking this sake is a tingling, gassy feeling...but the light mouthfeel and pleasant fruity aroma are pleasant. The aftertaste is quite fine, with acidity, sweetness, and bitterness simultaneously complementing each other pleasantly in the mouth. This sake is also delicious. My favorite level (self-assessment) ★★★★★★★★☆☆☆
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