Tokubetsu Junmai-shu "Kinshi Masamune"

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€201.29
In stock
SKU
26-033-ST-003-720
/ 12 btls

€16.77 per bottle

JPY ¥19,900 + VAT Rate: JPY 100 = EUR 0.85

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Made carefully by hand with Gohyakumangoku brewer's rice from Kyoto milled to 60%. Enjoy the signature aroma of a handcrafted brew and the gentle but umami of rice, with a crisp finish.

ProductsRefreshing Smooth Type

CategoryTokubetsu Junmai

BreweryKinshi Masamune

Summary
Volume 720ml (per bottle)
Number of Bottles 12 bottles (as 1 case)
Body Light Body
Dry or Sweet Slightly Dry
Raw Material Rice, Rice malt
Variety of Rice Gohyakumangoku
Appearance Clear
Taste The rich umami of rice and a clean finish
Aroma The elegant aroma you expect of a handcrafted brew
Prize Top grand prize, All Japan Warmed Sake Contest, Premium Warmed Sake Category
Detail
Suitable Temperature Around 10°C / Around 50°C
Rice Milling Level 60%
Alcohol Percentage 15-16%
Sake Meter Value 1.5
Acid Degree 1.4
Amino Acid Degree 1.3
Chart

Score: 3

Aroma Low
High

Score: 4

Flavor Sweet
Dry

Score: 1

Body Light
Full

Nuts and Bolts

Pairs well with lightly-seasoned foods.

  • vegetable dishes
  • sushi
  • sashimi
  • shellfish and shrimp dishes

Brewery Information

Kinshi Masamune

Brewery located in Kinki

Shimmachi, Fushimi-ku Kyoto-shi, Kyoto

In 1781, Kyubey Matsuya, the first-generation founder, was deeply involved in the history of classical Kyoto cuisine in the area south of the Imperial Palace. The sake is refined and bright, made using water from Kyoto, a place of scenic beauty. This sake is perfect for pairing with Kyoto cuisine, the treasure of Japan’s old imperial capital. The brew is prepared in Fushimi, Kyoto, using the signature Tokiwai-no-Mizu water and traditional brewing methods. This sake is evolving as we enter a new era. The Kishin Masamune brand was launched in 1896, taking its name from the Order of the Golden Kite award.

Photo - Kinshi Masamune
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