Sake Yamahai Junmai raw material rice: Yamada Nishiki rice polishing ratio 65%
Alcohol content: 15 degrees, stored in tank at room temperature
It has a balance of sweetness and acidity similar to apricot jam. Due to its long aging, it has a caramel-like and mellow aroma, and the subtle spicy aftertaste makes it an addictive taste.
Brewed by: Fukumitsuya
Founded in 1625 Kanazawa City, Ishikawa Prefecture
It is a sake brewery with the longest history in Kanazawa, the capital of Kaga, which has cultivated a unique culture in the Hokuriku region. The clear water that took 100 years to reach from the sacred Mt. Hakusan and the climate with four distinct seasons supported sake brewing. Continuing to evolve traditional techniques, in 2001 they switched all of their products to pure rice sake, which has attracted attention.