2000 Asahi River
Sake Honjozo raw material rice: Dewa Sansan rice polishing ratio 70%
Alcohol content 19 degrees or more and less than 20 degrees Stored in tank at room temperature
As soon as you put it in your mouth, you'll be greeted with an elegant acidity and rich aromas of banana, caramel, and oak that are unique to aged sake. It has plenty of sweetness, with a refreshing plum-like flavor that lingers. It has great acidity and a nice sharpness.
Brewing company: Asahigawa Sake Brewery
Founded in 1822, Kahoku Town, Yamagata Prefecture
Asahigawa Sake Brewery is located in the Yamagata (Murayama) Basin in Tohoku. Established at the end of the Edo period, the company has inherited the tradition and in recent years has focused on research into producing Junmai Sake and Junmai Ginjo Sake. At the same time, we are also engaged in research and development of aged sake, and our knowledge, such as differences in aging methods, types of sake, and age, is attracting attention.