Daiginjo "Owaramusume" -720ml / 12btls-

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€35.27 per bottle

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TypeAromatic Type


BreweryToyama - Tamaasahi Shuzo

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Volume 720ml (per bottle)
Number of Bottles 12 bottles (as 1 case)
Body Medium Body
Dry or Sweet Slightly Dry
Raw Material Rice, Rice malt, Distilled alcohol
Variety of Rice Yamadanishiki
Appearance Clear
Taste A refreshing flavor that is nevertheless robust.
Aroma A fruity aroma suggestive of muscat grapes and pears.
Suitable Temperature Around 15°C
Rice Milling Level 50%
Alcohol Percentage 15-16%
Sake Meter Value 3-4

Score: 4

Aroma Low

Score: 3

Flavor Sweet

Score: 3

Body Light

Brewery Information

Tamaasahi Shuzo -Toyama-

Brewery located in Hokuriku

Takauchi, Toyama-shi, Toyama

One of Toyama Prefecture’s most historic breweries. Records date its founding to 1808, and it has produced a light, dry SAKE over the generations.

Tamaasahi Shuzo draws on its historic brews of the past, taking what is tried and true and blending it with the new, continuously presenting SAKE that is au courant for today’s trends.

Working out of Yao in Toyama Prefecture, an area blessed with abundant water and rice, we eschew mass production and deliver handmade products direct to our customers. We are committed to true, authentic brewing. We believe that this will produce SAKE that is lasting both in the aftertaste and in the memory of your mind’s eye.

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