Hakutsuru Sho-une Junmai Daiginjo Sake

This sake had a fresh taste to it, though slightly interrupted by the aftertaste of edamame (appetizer at Gesshin).

Unfortunately, since I don't drink sake on a regular basis, I was at lost on the drink's finer qualities. But as implied in my Hakutsuru Sayuri Nigori Sake post, the experience is in the attempt.


Hakutsuru Sho-une Junmai Daiginjo Sake

Relevant Links:
Hakutsuru Website
"SHO-UNE" Story (Hakutsuru Website)
Hakutsuru Sho-un Junmai Daiginjo Sake (RateBeer.com)

Website information:
ALC. 15.5% BY VOL.
SAKE METER VALUE (NIHONSHUDO) : +2 (lower=sweeter, higher=drier)

Using only the finest rice "Yamada-Nishiki", and Nada's famed natural spring water "Miyamizu", "SHO-UNE" has been brewed as the Supreme of Japanese Sake. This graceful Sake with fruity scents, velvety smoothness can be enjoyed chilled or at room temperature.

Scale 1-5, 1=Sweet and 5=Dry, "SHO-UNE" is 4
Scale 1-5, 1=Full-bodied and 5=Light, "SHO-UNE" is 2

With food
Matches dishes with a salty taste or a rich taste. Baby clams steamed in Sake, Sashimi, Japanese stew (vegetables or fish stewed with soy sauce, fish broth, Sake, etc.), Broiled fish or prawn with a salty taste.

Enjoy this Sake chilled or at room temperature.

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