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Sabineko rock black
  • Sabineko rock black

Sabineko rock black

Ref. 4582336672237

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Product available in store : 28 rue du Dragon - 75006 PARIS

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A sake using only Gohyakumangoku, a sake rice produced in Itoikawa Hayakawa, Niigata Prefecture. The sake extracted and then pasteurized in bottles is left to age at low temperature, to develop a high quality Junmai with a strong taste through the general delicacy of the product. A sake that we would like to dedicate to all cat, rock and sake lovers like us! The model of the label is Anko, our tortoiseshell cat, hence the name sake "sabi neko". Did you know that cats of this color generally have only these 2 shades, black and red, and are almost exclusively females? These cats are common in Japan, but rather rare abroad. The English call them "tortie shell". This sake is distinguished by the design of its bottle, but also by the rice used and its polishing.

Pairings : Seafood cuisine, traditional Japanese cuisine


The Inomata Brewery


Founded in 1890, the Inomata Brewery is located in Itoigawa, on the shores of the Sea of Japan.
The master brewers choose and grow the sake rice they want for their sake themselves. To this rice, which has benefited from an adequate climate and the waters of the Hayakawa plains, they add underground spring water for the production of sake, with a single objective: to make sake that is more and more delicious as you drink it.
Since its creation, Inomata has continued the tradition of sake produced by the climate, water, soil and know-how, while maintaining a sense of innovation, for sake that meets the requirements of master brewers and consumers.




Consume in moderation.
Alcohol should not be consumed by pregnant women.

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Data sheet

Brewery
Inomata Sake Brewing
Brand
Category
Junmai
SEIMAIBUAI (amount of rice left after milling)
55%
Region
Itoigawa (Niigata)
Rice variety
Gohyaku Mangoku
Alcohol content
Bottle size
72cl
Taste
Dry
Rich
Nihonshudo
+3
Sando (acidity)
1.4
Drinking temperature
Chilled
Normal
Conservation
Keep in a cool place and away from light. Sake has no expiration date, but we recommend drinking it within one month of purchase to get the most out of its flavors.