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Akashi-Tai Sake Tokubetsu Junmai - 750ML

Akashi-Tai Sake Tokubetsu Junmai - 750ML

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Akashi-Tai Sake Tokubetsu Junmai

Experience the award-winning excellence of Akashi-Tai Sake Tokubetsu Junmai, a fine artisanal sake that embodies the character and tradition of Japanese brewing. With a Platinum medal at Kura Master 2022 and a rich flavor profile that celebrates the natural essence of Hyogo’s Yamadanishiki rice grain, this sake is a testament to craftsmanship and quality

Discover the finest embodiment of our beliefs in Akashi-Tai, a truly artisan sake. Crafted with utmost care by our Toji Kimio Yonezawa and his dedicated team, our small-batch approach ensures exceptional quality. Using traditional methods and locally-sourced ingredients - such as the renowned rice and water from Hyogo - we create a sake that embodies our spirit and the essence of Hyogo, the birthplace of sake. When it comes to sake, the rice is crucial. That's why we respect its importance and let it shine through in our sake's character. By treating the rice with utmost respect, using the right water, choosing the perfect variety for each step, and taking the time and precision needed, we achieve perfection in every bottle. For our Daiginjos, we use 100% Hyogo-produced Yamadanishiki for both koji-making and mashing - because every detail counts in our quest for perfection.

Product Details:

  • Country: Japan
  • State: Hyogo Prefecture
  • Brand: Akashi-Tai
  • Spirits Type: Sake
  • Spirits Style: Tokubetsu Junmai
  • ABV: 15%
  • Taste: A harmonious blend of umami richness with subtle hints of pear and banana, creating a luxurious mouthfeel that is both rich and refreshing.
  • Food Pairings: This sake pairs exceptionally well with a variety of dishes. Enjoy it with our signature Wagyu don, or complement sushi, sashimi, fresh salads, and stewed fish or meat dishes for an authentic Japanese culinary experience.

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