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  • 13060 katokichibee shouten born junmai daiginjo sake

Katokichibee Shouten Born Junmai Daiginjo Sake, 720 ml

Delivery to England, Wales, and Parts of Scotland only

Sake at its best.

Taste the difference in quality with rice polishing ratio with this fine bottle of junmai daiginjo sake by Katokichibee. Made from the highest quality of Yamadanishiki rice from the special region "A" from Hyogo Prefecture and milled to 38%, this sake has been aged for 2 years in the unpasteurized state under 0 degrees Celsius. The result is a refined sake that's medium-bodied with a satin-like mouthfeel, boasting an elegant aroma of grapefruit at the tail. Enjoy this sake cold or at room temperature.

Type: Junmai Daiginjo
Flavour: Dry
Drinking Temperature: Cold (4-5℃) or at room temperature

ITEM ID: #13060


Sake is Japan’s most well-known alcoholic drink. It is brewed using any of a number of specialty sake rices, koji (otherwise known as rice malt or rice mould), and sometimes a little brewer's alcohol. Any sake that does not contain brewer's alcohol is known as a junmai sake, or a pure rice wine. A sake's characteristics (flavour, mouth feel, and others) depend on factors such as the type of rice used and how much that rice has been milled/polished. To explore the wide and varied world of sake, take a look at Japan Centre's Sake section.

How To Use

This item will be packed with cool gel in polystyrene boxes (poly boxes) and sent using a before noon Nominated Day Delivery. Please store in the fridge and do not freeze.

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Item Detail


• Alcohol Content: 16%
• Rice polished to 38%