Delicious sake from ancient times x cuisine
Aged old sake has certain characteristics that regular sake does not have.
It is characterized by a variety of gorgeous aromas and a rich and complex taste.
In particular, acidity and bitterness expand the possibilities of pairing with dishes.
Experience the unique charm of aged sake, which is just like enjoying wine.
You can enjoy new charms by pairing each dish with each dish.
Goes well with old wines such as oil, butter, and fresh cream used in French cuisine.
You can enjoy the pairing as if you were pairing it with wine.
In addition, the three types of aged sake can be paired with everything from appetizers to fish and meat main dishes.
2000 Asahigawa × Sauteed conger eel and foie gras
The delicate and light taste of conger eel is paired with white wine-like acidity, which is a characteristic of Asahigawa.
The rich taste of foie gras has a spice aroma and "sweetness" due to aging.
Paired like noble rot wine
～Also for Japanese food～
Of course, you can also enjoy pairing with Japanese food.
Sushi goes well with vinegared rice, and you can find many surprises by changing the type of aged sake depending on the type of seafood.
White fish is served with aged sake that retains the sharpness of light to medium-ripened sake.
For crustaceans such as shrimp and crabs, and red fish, you can use a rich, medium-ripe type that is slightly warmed.
For the rich sea urchin, choose the richly ripened sea urchin with a good balance of sweetness and acidity.
Please enjoy pairing with various other dishes and ingredients.
～Also for sweets～
It goes well with sweets and you will be surprised to see it overturning your stereotypes.