Sake Junmai raw rice: Gohyakumangoku rice polishing ratio 60%
Alcohol content: 15 degrees or more and less than 16 degrees, stored in bottles at room temperature
Gohyakumangoku aged sake aged 20 years, characterized by its light taste. It has a sweet and gorgeous aged aroma like honey and black tea, and a rich taste with a mellow sweetness and a slight bitterness. It has a refreshing and dry taste with strong acidity.
Brewed by: Seimasa Sake Brewery
Founded in 1894 Nanto City, Toyama Prefecture
This is a small brewery in Hokuriku that uses rice suitable for sake brewing from local Nanto City and brews it with the famous ``spear tip water'' from the lush green Mt. It is said that the military commander Sasa Narimasa, from whom the name of the brewery is derived, sought water and pierced the earth with a spear, and water gushed out and he escaped danger. Rice is also grown with this water.