Daiginjo "Premium Kimibandai" -720ml / 12btls-
€45.15 per bottle
JPY ¥69,500(Excl. Tax) Rate: JPY 100 = EUR 0.78
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"A beautiful daiginjo reimagined..."
・Premium version of Kimibandai daiginjo
・Uses undiluted SAKE
・Smooth, long-lasting aftertaste
・Made for special occasions
Tanaka Shuzoten brewery, located in Ibaraki prefecture in the Kanto region, takes their same signature handcrafting technique, and builds on the strength of their aromatic type daiginjo to provide a sublime, premium experience.
|Volume||720ml (per bottle)|
|Number of Bottles||12 bottles (as 1 case)|
|Dry or Sweet||Medium|
|Raw Material||Rice, Rice malt, Distilled Alcohol|
|Variety of Rice||Yamadanishiki|
|Taste||This sake has a light and smooth taste, with a vivid aroma.|
|Aroma||A fruity aroma suggestive of apples.|
|Prize||Recommended sake, IWC2016 Daiginjo Category|
|Rice Milling Level||40%|
|Sake Meter Value||3|
Nuts and Bolts
Whereas the standard Kimibandai daiginjo was a masterpiece in itself, the artists of Tanaka Shuzoten brewery took what was already great and turned it into something exceptional.
The richness of this Premium Kimibandai has been enhanced by the use of undiluted SAKE, resulting in a higher alcohol content volume, and a much longer-lasting aftertaste.
SAKE Sommelier Comment
Much like its predecessor, the Premium Kimibandai is also best at colder temperatures for the most flavorful experience and is meant to be savored, so save for the most special engagements. Pair with a variety of meat or fish dishes, as well as pasta and steamed vegetables.
Tanaka Shuzoten -Ibaraki-
Brewery located in Kanto
Toride, Toride-shi, Ibaraki
Founded in 1655. Since its founding, the brewery has steadfastly focused on the production of Japanese SAKE. This brewery was bestowed the brand name Kimibandai by the Meiji Emperor in 1884. The name means, “may Japan prosper long.” So long as Japan continues to thrive, so, too, will we produce SAKE.