Fukuju Black Junmai Daiginjo
Sommelier Alice’s Tasting Note: This sake is considered to be the Grand Cru version of Fukuju Blue. On the nose you will find the rich aroma of quality steamed rice followed by ripe tree fruits such as yellow apple and apricot. The flavor is very complex with a hint of spice and herb nuances. Full body with lingering beautiful finish.
Japanese Food Pairing Idea: Yakitori Tare (with soy sauce) Nikujaga (stewed meat, potato, and onion) Sukiyaki
Asian Food Pairing Idea: Thai Curried Chicken Vietnamese Shaken Beef Peking Duck
Western Food Pairing Idea: Chicken Liver Mousse Steak Frites with Béarnaise Sauce Tagliatelle Bolognese Pasta
Sake Facts: Name Means: Happiness, wealth, and longevity. Rice: Yamadanishiki Alcohol: 15.5% Polishing Rate: 40% (60% polished away) Category: Junmai Daiginjo Sake Meter Value: +2 Acidity: 1.4 Distributor: JFC (ID: 42513)
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Kobe Shu-Shin-Kan Brewery 1-8-17 Mikagetsukamachi Higashinada Kobe, Hyogo URL: http://shushinkan.co.jp/ Region: Hyogo Prefecture Established: 1751 Representative: Takenosuke Yasufuku Water: Miyamizu (best water for sake making) / Hard Water