A sumptuous sake like a Koi carp. Its fragrance is reminiscent of white peach and its umami is present: a sake to be enjoyed with the nose and mouth, as well as with the eyes.
Also appreciated as a gift, Koi carp are a symbol of happiness.
The Imayo Tsukasa Brewery
Founded in 1767, Imayo Tsukasa owns a sake brewery in Nuttari, the Niigata district renowned for its fermented food. Niigata had a geisha district at the time that could rival those of Kyoto and Edo, so the Nuttari brewery had no margin in its quest for excellence, its sake being found on the tables of the best establishments in the region. The house now brews only junmai sake, without any addition of brewing alcohol, taking full advantage of the characteristics of junmai sake, umami and freshness, to enhance the dishes and bring people together over a glass.
Consume in moderation.
Alcohol should not be consumed by pregnant women.
- Imayo Tsukasa Shuzo
- SEIMAIBUAI (amount of rice left after milling)
- Niigata (Niigata)
- Rice variety
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