Sake Nihon-Sakari Nama Chozoushi, 300 ml
Sake has a clean, transparent color.
The taste of sake complex, delicate, crisp, with delicate tones of flowers and fruit.
Sake with a subtle floral and fruity aroma.
Sake goes well with hot Japanese dishes, seafood, sushi.
Sake - traditional Japanese alcoholic beverage made from rice. Sake varies by species, depending on the rice. Nihon-Sakari Nama Chozoushi belongs to the class "Ginjoshu", for its production is used rice, polished so that the initial grain size is only 60%. This sake is characterized by a fruity-floral bouquet and a clear, clean taste. Often called the sake rice wine or rice wine, but it's not quite true. Given the production technology, sake closer to the light low-alcoholic beverages such as beer. Sake consumed chilled or heated in special cups of sake, although the Japanese prefer cold sake, believing that in a refrigerated beverage can distinguish up to 90 different flavors and aromatic shades.
For the sake of production used two products - rice and pure spring water. After grinding, rice is washed, soaked and steamed. About a quarter of the rice goes to the creation of the leaven, which cooled to 30 degrees, and then for about 35 hours kept in a hot and humid environment. Then the resulting mash is mixed with yeast and the rest of steamed rice and pour water. The fermentation process takes approximately three months. Then drink purified, filtered and pasteurized.
The company "Nihon Sakari" was founded in 1889. For more than 100 years, "Nihon Sakari" produces sake, plum wine, and Japanese drink Shochu, relying on traditional methods of production. All products are of the highest quality plant. In 1913, the company was honored to be a supplier of the Imperial Court of Japan, its famous sake "Souhana" was applied to the inauguration of the Emperor Showa. Today, "Nihon Sakari" produces sake in various regions of Japan, including in the famous Nada (Nishinomiya), famous for its clean water and rice of excellent quality - the best ingredients for the production of good sake.