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飲みたgirlです(◍′◡‵◍)笑 美味しい日本酒に出会うための備忘録… そのため、メモは感情の波で荒ぶってます〜 芳醇旨口が好み♡甘口や古酒も♡果実味♡ 日本酒盛れしたので(?) プロフ画にしちゃいました🍶 いいね・コメントありがとうございます! なるべく返そうと心がけてはおりますが、見逃していたらごめんなさい😣

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abe純米
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I didn't read that it was dry! It's amazingly fruity! Eh, it's an unexpected preference, though! A preference even as I continue to drink! Fruity! Not too heavy! Aftertaste between sour and tropical! It doesn't change that much when you go back from the sakta! A little bit of spiciness with a clean aftertaste came out, but I don't mind!
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Tengumai山廃にごり酒
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I never thought it would be sake with French food! First item is the welcome drink✨ Cumin and cardamom? Cumin and cardamom together! I thought it was a not too heavy type of nigori sake, but the spice aroma made me wonder if that's what it was. I think it's a little bit citrusy! Lovely 💓
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Horaisensparkling
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Hourai Line Spark Second bottle! Delicious and easy to drink 🥰! It's also good that it's not too sweet! But I want it to be sweet, so it's just right! I wonder if the drinkability is partly due to the alcohol content?
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Juicy! I know! I like it! But does it have a spicy flavor? But is it also fruity? I think it's more fruity than spicy! It's easy to drink, but it's not my favorite! Not my favorite, but easy to drink?
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Horaisen手前酒々
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Surprisingly peculiar..! I thought it would be more fruity since I heard it's more like shimehari-zuru, but... hmmm...? 😅😅 Maybe I should drink it with a quill! Temae-sa! Seems to be a limited edition sake! ~A special junmai sake brewed only once a year for miso! The concept is A sake to be enjoyed with miso dishes. Masuzuka Miso's original special junmai sake, brewed only once a year at Sekiya Brewery in Toyota City, Aichi Prefecture, which is famous for such products as "Sora".
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Shimeharitsuru純米吟醸
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I know - you seem to like seniors lol! That's so refreshing! I thought it would be hard if I keep drinking it. I thought so, but I wonder if it gets spicy if I keep drinking it. It's a little bit glamorous if you go back to it after eating a meal? Fruity! Not quite fruity, though!
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Hakkaisansparklingにごり酒発泡
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This one is cleaner! But it still has some of the nigori goodness! I think I prefer the earlier one! I think the reason it's so refreshing is because it's 5 degrees higher in alcohol content. I'm not sure. I see, that's one way to look at it 😳. Going back to what you just said, what would you call it? Sourness spreading to the upper jaw? Sweetness? Not quite tropical...! Is it the softness of this one that makes it easy to continue drinking? I also quite like Hakkaisan's effervescence! I guess the nigori is good 🫶.
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Horaisensparkling発泡
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Mm-hm! I love this kind of thing! It has a slight sweetness to it! It's just like I imagined! Even after a few hours, the acidity is still low! I like it clean ✨clear! Not quite as clean as I'd like, but more than I'd like 🫶. I'm back from Hakkaisan, what would you call it? I'm not sure if it's the acidity that spreads to your upper jaw or the sweetness? Sweetness? Tropical...not so much! Is it the softness of this one that makes it easy to continue drinking? I also quite like Hakkaisan's effervescence! I guess the nigori is good 🫶.
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Tengumai純米大吟醸山廃生酒
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Hachi, 🍶Yamahai Tengu Mai What is this? It's not a sesame feeling, and where is this coming from in my mouth! I can't describe how drunk I am - frustrating!
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Masaaki Sapporo
Kataaru*. + Thank you! I'm curious to see what you're grilling on the seven wheeler 👀 and that sounds like a bad accounting for your restaurant 😅.
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IsojimanNobilmente
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Nana, 🍶 Iso boasts It's amazing that it doesn't drag even though it has a thick attack! But it's still Isoboast! It's so refreshing! The challenge of making the best daiginjo-shu Following Adagio and Nakadori Junmai Daiginjo 35 Premium Daiginjo Yamadanishiki from Tojo Akitsu, a special A district in Hyogo Prefecture, was carefully polished to 28%, and 100% of both koji rice and kake rice were lavishly used. After about 50 days of careful cultivation, the unrefined sake is packed in a clean sake bag and pressed slowly without any extra pressure. One hour before the top vatting, 65 liters of pure alcohol is added to one ton of white rice. This draws out the aromatic components latent in the koji, resulting in a fruity and transparent finish. This is the birth of Isobachiman's new daiginjo, Sublime Transparency, which truly lives up to its name, Nobilmente (noble, elegant, graceful). [Daiginjo 28 Nobilmente Sake rice: 100% Tojo Akitsu Tokujo AAA Yamadanishiki Polishing ratio: ALL 28 2016 G7 Summit Sherpa Conference Toast Sake
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Juyondai双虹大吟醸
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Roku, 🍶14yo, Souko Sweetness instead of understandability! Sweeter mellow than mixed! More clear than mellow? There is a hint of sweetness at the end of the clarity! I like it because it doesn't have the lightness of pineapple type, but not too heavy! I like it so much that I drink it first! I'll keep it! How about Tengumai? It's refreshing when you go back! Because Tengumai is cold! But it's well-balanced even though it's hotter!
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Zaku
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Go🍶zaku, Satori! Megumi no tomo, Miyabi no tomo no tomo! I know - but it's not messy! I can tell it's top shelf! Surprisingly sharp, there is also a sharpness, a cleanness of sake-like quality! Wow, I got mixed up with Saku's Satori and Jyushiyo's Soukou... lol! But when I go back to just Saku, it's so refreshing! Gorin, even after the Saku, it's still sweet! The clarity is still different! Interesting! After the first one, there's a hint of red rice! It's not that persistent though! It's still beautiful!
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