Junmai Ginjo "Sakuramuromachi Bizen Maboroshi" -720ml / 12btls-

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/ 12 btls

€25.6 per bottle

JPY ¥39,700 (Excl. Tax) Rate: JPY 100 = EUR 0.77

Note: Invoice and payment will be charged in Japanese yen. Prices vary depending on the exchange rate.

Estimated Delivery Time : 10days - 14day.
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Junmai daiginjo made with 100% Bizen-Omachi rice. We draw on the unique features of Omachi rice, noted for its suitability for ginjo sake, to produce a faintly aromatic and sweet brew. Best enjoyed served cold.

TypeRefreshing Smooth Type

GradeJunmai Ginjo

BreweryMuromachi Shuzo

Volume 720ml (per bottle)
Number of Bottles 12 bottles (as 1 case)
Body Light Body
Dry or Sweet Medium
Raw Material Rice, Rice malt
Variety of Rice Omachimai
Aroma A faintly sweet aroma
Prize Monde Selection Gold Award (3 years running)
San Francisco World Spirits Competition, Gold Medal (2005)
Beverage Tasting Institute, Gold Medal (2006)
Suitable Temperature cold - room temperature
Rice Milling Level 58%
Alcohol Percentage 15.3%
Sake Meter Value 2
Acid Degree 1.6

Score: 3

Aroma Low

Score: 3

Flavor Sweet

Score: 1

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Nuts and Bolts

Pairs well with salt-grilled conger eel, flounder and kelp, wild plant tempura, stewed sea bream, fried octopus, grilled eel, roast duck, and cheese dishes.

Brewery Information

Muromachi Shuzo

Brewery located in Chugoku-Shikoku

Nishinaka, Akaiwa-shi, Okayama

Founded in 1688, we have been in business for 320 years and are committed to using Omachi rice from Okayama Prefecture. We have won the grand prize at the Monde Selection and a range of other international spirits competitions. We also actively incorporate noted Japanese ingredients like white peach and grape to produce a variety of liqueurs.

Photo - Muromachi Shuzo
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