Sake "Akashi-Tai" Junmai Tokubetsu, 720 ml
Reviews of purchase "Akashi-Tai" Junmai Tokubetsu, 720 ml
Sake transparent color.
Sake has a rich, full-bodied, well-balanced taste with distinct notes of tropical fruits.
The elegant aroma of sake is filled with creamy tones, hints of pear and banana.
Sake is perfect for sushi, sashimi, salads, stewed fish and meat.
"Akashi-Tai" Junmai Tokubetsu - sake transparent color with a well-balanced taste and bright, full-bodied aroma. The drink is made by hand from an expensive variety of rice of the highest quality - Yamanisi. It is grown in Hyogo Prefecture. The grain is thoroughly ground to remove unnecessary substances and undesirable qualities. Rice for "Akashi-Tai" Dzhunmay Tokubetsu grind up to 60%, which is one of the main indicators of the premium class of this sake.
Akashi Sake manufactures sake in a small factory located in the town of Akashi in western Japan. Family distillery produces premium sake for more than 130 years. Ingredients of the highest quality are used to make drinks: some of the best yeast in Japan, the purest water from the springs of Hyogo prefecture, and Yamadaniki rice grown in the region of Nuogo.
Sake "Akashi-Thai" is made by hand in small batches by the main distiller Kimio Yonezava. His goal, he calls the creation of sake with a rich, lively character and pure heart. The main principle followed by Yonezawa and his team of craftsmen is true respect for tradition. Therefore, they are trying to preserve the essence of rice - for each sake they choose a certain variety, they correctly select water. For example, when cooking sake, they use the water that is used to grow "Yamadaniki".
Kimio Yonezawa believes that in order to achieve the goal it is necessary to accept challenges sometimes, and to find one’s way - to have strength of character, while respecting centuries-old traditions and craftsmanship. Thanks to such a deep understanding of his craft, the company of Akasha Sake creates sake with a deep character that stays for a long time, so that silence prevails at the table as the aroma and taste continue to unfold.