I really like this hip star looking bottle and the design that almost reminds you of a Samurai!
Sommelier Alice’s Tasting Note: This is an aromatic sake with white blossom and sweet pea followed by melon, white peach and ripe cucumber. The round and smooth on the palate with a elegant lingering finish.
Japanese Food Pairing Idea: Hamachi Sashimi Grilled Hotate Yakitori
Asian Food Pairing Idea: Thai Papaya Salad Vietnamese Spring Roll Chinese Chicken Salad with Banbanji
Western Food Pairing Idea: White Fish Carpaccio Butter Sautéed Salmon with Lemon Chicken Picatta with Basils
Sake Facts: Name Means: Sword Rice: Yamadanishiki Alcohol: 15.9% Polishing Rate: 40% (60% polished away) Category: Daiginjo Sake Meter Value: +3 Acidity: 1.3
Suehiro Sake Brewery 12-38 Nisshin-Machi Aizuwakamatsu-City, E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org URL: http://www.sake-suehiro.jp/ Region: Tohoku, Fukushima Region Established: 1850 Representative: Inokichi Shinjo Water: Natural Spring Water from Mt. Hakaseyama