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  • 13513 umenishiki junmai daiginjo sake  2
  • 13513 umenishiki junmai daiginjo sake
13513 umenishiki junmai daiginjo sake  2 13513 umenishiki junmai daiginjo sake

Umenishiki Junmai Daiginjo Sake, 100 ml Low in Stock (only 5 available)

Delivery to England, Wales, and Parts of Scotland only. Collection only available from Park Royal. Require ID check before dispatch for first alcohol order.
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Winner of the "Sake Champions Cup 2006".

Experience the very best in sake with this elegant glass cup of junmai daiginjo. Made from yamada nishiki rice milled down to 40% of its original size, this rice wine has a gentle fruity flavour, harmonised by its breathtakingly smooth mouthfeel. This sake is best enjoyed chilled and by itself to experience the delightfully refreshing taste and aroma.

VARU-ID: #13513


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 and sent using a Nominated Day Delivery. Please store in the fridge and do not freeze.

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Alcohol Content: 16%

Review20160119 26781 smedn


2 recensioner
So smooth ... wish I’d ordered more! Excellent product ...
I got this as a birthday gift & they said it tasted amazing & the bottle was interesting. It arrived chilled in pakaging that would have kept it cold for a good few hours (but do keep it in the fridge until you drink it)