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Junmai-shu "Gohyakumangoku Junmaimurokagenshu"

Estimated price in your currency (Excluding TAX)
€167.25
Out of stock
SKU
16-004-ST-006-720
/ 12 btls

€13.94 per bottle

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12
btls

Nanto in Toyama Prefecture is one of the finest areas in Japan for the production of rice, and from there we obtain Gohyakumangoku brewer's rice, a strain with a great affinity for sake brewing. This unfiltered and undiluted SAKE brings out the rich umami

ProductsRich Type

CategoryJunmai

BreweryNarimasa Sake Brewery

Summary
Volume 720ml (per bottle)
Number of Bottles 12 bottles (as 1 case)
Body Full Body
Dry or Sweet Dry
Raw Material Rice, Rice malt
Variety of Rice Gohyakumangoku
Taste The rich and deep umami of rice that is a signature of undiluted SAKE.
Aroma A sake to enjoy with a meal - free of fruity aromas.
Detail
Suitable Temperature room temperature
Rice Milling Level 60%
Alcohol Percentage 20%
Sake Meter Value 5
Acid Degree 1.8
Chart

Score: 3

Aroma Low
High

Score: 5

Flavor Sweet
Dry

Score: 5

Body Light
Full

Nuts and Bolts

Pairs well with amberjack and daikon radish.

Brewery Information

Narimasa Sake Brewery

Brewery located in Hokuriku

Tachi, Nanto-shi, Toyama

Mt. Io forms the boundary with Ishikawa Prefecture, and it is at its foothills that the waters which form the basis and crux of Narimasa’s sakes trickle forth. Our brand name is taken from Narimasa Sassa, a military commander and the lord of Ecchu, a province during Japan’s Warring States period. We use the “Spearpoint Waters,” so named for their coming from a place where Narimasa struck down his lance and a spring of water gushed forth.

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    About our item prices:

  • Import Duty
  • Excise Duty
  • VAT
  • Customs clearance fee (if needed)

are not included in the price.
Please kindly note that the consignee/importer pays for the customs, import / excise duty and customs clearance fee if required.
In that case, the payment is to be made directly to the courier service or to the Customs.
If you need further information about the tax/duty rate and policy, please see our Support page.

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