[SALE] Junmai Daiginjo "Eikun Ichigin" -720ml / 1bottle-
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• Fruity aroma
• Medium-bodied with slightly dry flavor
• Refined and elegant
• Pairs well with sushi and sashimi
Saito Sake Brewing company’s aromatic type junmai daiginjo is made with 100% Yamadanishiki rice. It’s beautifully balanced, resulting in an exquisite SAKE that is extremely bright in taste. Available in limited supply, this is a SAKE experience not to be missed.
|Volume||720ml (per bottle)|
|Number of Bottles||1 bottles (as 1 case)|
|Dry or Sweet||Slightly Dry|
|Raw Material||Rice, Rice malt|
|Variety of Rice||Yamadanishiki|
|Taste||Bright and dry flavor|
|Aroma||A fruity ginjo sake aroma|
|Rice Milling Level||35%|
|Sake Meter Value||3|
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About this Products
Eikun Ichigin is the crown jewel of our Premium Set. Made exclusively with Yamada Nishiki rice -- a highly sought-after variety coveted by Japan's top breweries -- this SAKE features the rare opportunity to experience a Junmai Daiginjo with rice polished down to 35%, greatly surpassing the highest national grading standard set at 50%.
This exquisite medium-bodied SAKE presents a bright, semi-dry flavor and a fruity aroma. We suggest serving it cold alongside your favorite light cuisine and become swept up in its singularly elegant nature.
Sake Sommelier Comment
Understated yet inviting in palate and appearance, the crisp, refreshing flavor is further elevated with a brilliant floral fragrance.
Saito Sake Brewing -Kyoto-
Brewery located in Kinki
Yokoojimisu Yamashiroyashikicho, Fushimi-ku Kyoto-shi, Kyoto
We took the Gold Medal for 14 years in a row at the National Research Institute of Brewing competition, a record that has yet to be topped.
We use Iwai rice, produced solely in Kyoto and only available to breweries in Kyoto Prefecture. Our brewery procures 40% of total Iwai rice production in Japan, giving us the top share of the market.