Sweet and dry - two flavor facets in one sake.
Daiginjo Azolla 50
The brewmaster belongs to the Noto Guild. Umami and sweetness come from the Yodangake brewing process, in which mochi rice is added to the mash in an additional step.
Full-bodied sweet sake, rich in umami and with malty notes.
Brewery: Higashi Shuzō
Brand name: Shinsen
Sake name: Umakuchi
Japanese name: 神泉 旨口
Classification: Junmai Ginjō
Rice polishing grade: 60
16% Alcohol [Vol.%]
Rice variety: Gohyaku-Mangoku,Yamadanishiki,Hiyokumochi
Recommended drinking temperature: chilled,room temperature
Japanese name: Hana-bie/Suzu-bie/Hiya
Aroma & flavor: malt,nougat, caramel
Type: matured & complex
Goes well with: Unagi, Kanpyo Maki, Shiitake Maki
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