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Milan Hauser
I only started exploring sake
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北島
  • 北島
  • 北島
  • 北島
May 15, 2021 1:11 PM
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  • Milan HauserRice Tamasakae, polishing rate 55%, SMV +6, acidity 1.8, alc 16%, yeast no. 7 Today I am drinking "Raw Octopus" by Kitajima. I am drinking it at room temperature. The label is so cool. Aroma is very mild. I can smell dairy products and little bit of liquorice and alcohol. This is plainly dry. There is almost no sweetness, nice sourness spreads afterwords. It's hard to describe because it's my first time drinking Tamasakae. I think it tasted better yesterday when I opened the bottle.
黒松剣菱
  • 黒松剣菱
  • 黒松剣菱
  • 黒松剣菱
May 3, 2021 3:56 PM
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  • Milan HauserYou can talk for hours about daiginjo and ginjo but sake can't get better than Kuromatsu. Seriously, if I had to choose one sake for the rest of my life, it would be Kenbishi. It is pure goodness in a bottle that comes at you strong at 17%. One doesn't feel the alcohol at first but after 2 glasses you realize that you are feeling a bit tipsy. It is old school sake. It's only "honjozo" but yamahai and blended aged sake in fact. Mushrooms, cocoa, wet leaves, creme brulee, soy sauce and passion.
月桂冠
May 3, 2021 9:54 AM
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  • Milan HauserI had sushi for lunch today and flushed it down with 180 ml of Tokusen. It's a decent honjozo that goes well with any food, especially sushi and sashimi. Semi-dry, nicely complex for honjozo.
男山
  • 男山
  • 男山
Apr 26, 2021 12:30 PM
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  • Milan HauserRice polishing rate 55%, alc. 15%, SMV +10, acidity 1.6 (not listed on label) It is a big 1800 ml bottle. When poured, it is clear and colorless. The aroma is modest and very pleasant, sweet and milky like yogurt with raisins. At room temperature it is very dry with nice acidity and earthy crisp finish. It is easy to drink and makes you want another sip until the glass is empty. The label is lovely with samurai having a glass of sake. It is a good weekday sake to drink with food, dry and crisp.
先一杯
Apr 20, 2021 2:48 PM
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  • Milan HauserHyogo grown Yamada Nishiki, polishing rate 65%, alc. 14%, yeast no. 9, acidity 1.3, SMV 0 Its beautiful golden color says less activated carbon during filtering. Smells of sweet bananas (yeast no. 9) and steamed rice (junmai). Easy to drink, mellow and light but full of umami from Yamada Nishiki. Sweetness from rice. No spiciness from alcohol and short and pleasant aftertaste. Decent sake for reasonable price. Not too fancy but well-built. I love junmai. Pour me another cup, my dear waitress!
小鼓
  • 小鼓
  • 小鼓
Apr 13, 2021 1:52 PM
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  • Milan HauserRice polishing ratio kouji-mai: Hyogo-kitanishiki 50%, kake-mai: Gohyakumangoku 58%, alc: 16~17% I took a bottle with me on my vacation. I like the design of the label with flowers raining over mount Fuji. The sake is strong and I can't taste anything else beside alcohol. It is a bit savory and earthy. Dry. I can't smell anything. I am getting a bit tipsy though.
舞美人
  • 舞美人
  • 舞美人
Mar 29, 2021 2:40 PM
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  • Milan HauserGohyankumangoku, polishing rate 60%, SMV -16, acidity 6,2, wild in-house yeast This is unlike any sake I've had before. The color is surprisingly yellow. It is not very fragrant. I can smell honey and liquorice. Oh, wow! All I taste is yamahai! I taste acid and rice umami. It is like umeshu but not that sweet. I feel the almost vinegar-like tingling of namazake and chestnut-like koji taste. First time drinking muroka nama genshu using naturally occuring in-house yeast. SanQ, Mikawa Shuzo!
南部美人
  • 南部美人
  • 南部美人
Mar 12, 2021 1:39 PM
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  • Milan HauserGin-otome, polishing rate 55%, SMV +4, acidity 1.5, Alc. 15-16%, yeast M310 and No. 9 I heard this sake was good so I bought it last year. I find the new red labels more elegant. This junmai is fragrant. If someone gave me a glass of it I would guess ginjo by the aroma. Smells like bananas and strawberries. Refreshing and smooth. Some sweetness from rice. Neither sweet nor dry. Bitterness in the middle and medium aftertaste of alcohol. Tingling on the tongue and bitterness in the throat remain.
  • Milan HauserIt's very drinkable. Not too shiny not too bland. I don't see why it won Sake Champion on IWC 2017.
酔鯨
Feb 27, 2021 2:38 PM
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  • Milan HauserRice polishing ratio 55%, sake meter value +7, acidity 1.6, amino acids 1.2, alcohol volume 15%, water from Kagami river I wanted to try this sake for a long time. Who wouldn't? The name is Drunken Whale and there is a whale on the label. Awesome! The aroma is not strong but it smells nicely of rice, wood and sweet flowers. The acidity is prominent, with umami of rice and koji. It is dry but not spicy. Despite being junmai the flavor is not very rich so it is very versitile and suitable for food
七冠馬
Feb 20, 2021 1:32 PM
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  • Milan HauserRice Gohyankumangoku, polishing rate 65%, sake meter value +4, acidity 1.6, yeast 701, alcohol content 15-16% This is so good! I love it. It smells like grandmother's rice porridge and yogurt. The sake is rich and quite dry. It starts with sharp acidity, then dark earthiness and tingling in your throat and on your tongue remains. This sake honors Symboli Rudolf, a famous horse who was a champion 7 times. I read that the 701 foamless yeast was developed with the help of this brewery. Cool.
鷹正宗
  • 鷹正宗
  • 鷹正宗
Feb 15, 2021 1:34 PM
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  • Milan HauserAlcohol content 13% This is the second time I am drinking cup sake. This is the cheapest sake I have had so far. The bottle is slimmer and taller than normal cup sake bottle, so it looks bigger but it is 180 ml. The aroma and flavor corresponds with the price. The aroma is weak, of grain and alcohol. The flavor is quite watery with bitter aftertaste. It contains additives such as sugar and acidulants. It's cheap futsu-shu, no surprises. It is what it says it is. I like One Cup Ozeki more.
加賀美人
Feb 10, 2021 3:01 PM
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  • Milan HauserIshikawa Mon, Gohyankumangoku, polishing rate 65%, sake meter value -16, alcohol content 15.5% Today I blindly ordered a glass of sake during lunch. There was no description in the menu so I chose randomly a sake that I haven't tried yet. It was too sweet. If I knew the sake was so sweet, I would order different kind. I was not happy with my choice. Next time I will do research before I order something that I don't know.
  • しぇり〜Too sweet 💦
  • Milan HauserHello しぇり〜 yes, it was too sweet. I didn't know it 😔
賀茂鶴
Feb 7, 2021 2:30 PM
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  • Milan HauserHattan Nishiki, polishing rate 60%, SMV +3, acidity 1.5, alcohol content 15.5% Aroma is sweet flowers, maybe some maple syrup. Flavor is rich. It's full-bodied ginjo with lower acidity, balanced sweetness, a lot of pleasant rice flavor and long earthy finish. I like it. Too bad I bought only 300 ml 😐
  • しぇり〜I bet it smells good.
  • Milan Hauser@しぇり〜 It smells really good and tastes great!
沢の鶴
Feb 6, 2021 2:22 PM
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  • Milan Hauser100% Yamada Nishiki, polishing rate 70%, SMV +2.5, acidity 1.8, amino acidity 1.7, alcohol 14.5% It's kimoto, it's Hyogo A area Yamada Nishiki, it's Miyamizu water, it's Tamba Toji technique. The aroma is weak. Rice and grain. Medium-bodied sake. There's a stronger acidity in the flavor at first, then a lot of savory rice flavor spreads in your mouth and short dusty finish. It's not spicy at all. I liked it warm more than at room temperature or cold. I didn't like it and will not buy it again.
東光
Feb 5, 2021 1:17 PM
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  • Milan Hauser100% Dewa Sansan, milling rate 55%, alcohol content 15%, SMV +1 My first Dewa Sansan sake. It's a decent ginjo, very elaborate and sofisticated. Clean and narrow profile fine-grained. It's room temperature but feels like drinking cold water. Aroma is melon and bananas, sweet. Flavor is almost none. Short and fine acidity at the beginning, some spice, probably from Dewa Sansan, and long and elaborate finish. I can still feel it while typing. It's very well-balanced and so very hard to describe.
黒松剣菱
Feb 3, 2021 1:57 PM
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  • Milan HauserYamada Nishiki, alc. 18%, aged 5 years or more. First time I am drinking aged sake. Wow! What an experience! It is deep and full of flavor. There is something dark, old and damp in it. Aroma is weak: caramel, soy sauce and grass. Short acidity, gentle sweetness and umami that lingers in your mouth long after you swallow. Well rounded. Taste is mellow probably from aging, although, alcohol content is 18%, you can't feel it. Medium viscosity. Kenbishi is old brand, they know what they are doing.
紀土
Jan 27, 2021 1:14 PM
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  • Milan Hauser100% Yamada Nishiki, milling ratio 50%, sake meter value +2, acidity 1.3, yeast K901 K1801, alc 15% I like it but it is sweeter than I expected. The aroma is strong and fruity: ripe bananas, strawberry and apricot. The flavor at the beginning is sour and sweet at the same time. Great balance in that! Then the rice flavor spreads strongly with umami in your mouth. In the end few herbal tones remain. The finish is short, almost none. It is clean and no flavor of alcohol. No aftertaste remains
花垣
Jan 26, 2021 2:49 PM
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  • Milan HauserRice milling rate 65%, alc. 14%, junmai nigori I am drinking it cold, despite it has won kanzake contest. I can't really describe the aroma, maybe rice with lactic acid. The flavor is yogurty and sweet but not overpowering, umami of rice. Clean finish. Texture is creamy and silky. The more I drink the more the sourness and alcohol stand out. I guess it's a good nigori but I am not a nigori type.
天狗舞
Jan 25, 2021 2:07 PM
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  • Milan HauserIt it second time I am drinking Tengumai Junmai. It is so very good that I feel I could dance with Tengu after I finish this small bottle. I am drinking it at room temperature because I am too lazy to warm or cool it. The color is straw. The aroma of wet leaves and mushrooms and of something sweet, maybe brown sugar. The flavor is a harmony of acidity, umami in the center and sweetness that blend together to form a whole. A little bit of yogurt and earthiness from alcohol. Lovely yamahai sake!
李白
Jan 23, 2021 3:35 PM
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  • Milan HauserSMV +3, Yamada Nishiki, milling rate 55%, alc. 15.2%, acidity 1.6 On the label it says: poet Rihaku drank a big bottle of sake and could write a hundred poems. Rihaku was well-known drinker. The color is slightly yellow or straw, sake is clear. I can smell bananas, honey and rice in the aroma. The aroma is not too fragrant. Medium body. The flavor is quite earthy, some umami right there and bitterness that remains for some time. I won't write any poems though.