Ume-shu "Sakuramuromachi Koganeiro ni kagayaku Ume-shu" -300ml / 12btls-

 
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This gorgeous plum sake, glowing in golden color, is produced by soaking locally grown green plums of the kojiro variety for over one year in the junmai sake made from omachi-mai rice. With an abundance of fresh plum flavor, it allows you to enjoy sweetness, a touch of tart and rich aroma.

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SKU
33-035-ST-009-300

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12
btls

TypeLiqueur

GradeOther

BreweryOkayama - Muromachi Shuzo

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Summary
Volume 300ml (per bottle)
Number of Bottles 12 bottles (as 1 case)
Body Light Body
Dry or Sweet Slightly Sweet
Raw Material SAKE, Plum, Sugar
Appearance Amber
Aroma Fresh plum aroma
Prize BTI Gold Medal (2009)
IWSC Silver Medal (2010)          
Detail
Suitable Temperature cold
Alcohol Percentage 8.5
Chart

Score: 3

Aroma Low
High

Score: 2

Flavor Sweet
Dry

Score: 1

Body Light
Full

Nuts and Bolts

Good as an aperitif or drink with the meal

Brewery Information

Muromachi Shuzo -Okayama-

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 -Okayama-
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