Plum wine (liqueur)
Main ingredients: Sake, plum, sugar cane
Alcohol content: 16.8 percent
Room temperature tank storage
Based on vintage sake aged for 12 years, only Nanko plums from Minabe Town, Wakayama Prefecture are used. The scent of plums spreads throughout the nasal cavity, creating a soft, sweet and sour plum wine that is unique to sake brewing.
Brewer: Kinmon Akita Sake Brewery
Founded in 1939 Daisen City, Akita Prefecture
A warehouse in Tohoku Akita that is covered with snow in winter. The feature is to express the taste of rice with sake, with aged old sake at the top. In 2009, he won the champion salmon at the global contest IWC. In 2011, he won a gold medal in the old sake category, and is confident in the quality of aged sake.