Origin: Koimari Shuzo, Saga Prefecture
Refreshing top notes of melon.¬†Slightly bubbly sensation, gentle acidity, medium sweetness. Pairs well with pineapples, vegetables, spicy dishes, and cheeses.
This sake uses Oyamanishiki rice,¬†a cross between ‚ÄúHidahomare‚Äù and ‚ÄúAkita-sake No.33‚Äù. It is a new brewer‚Äôs rice from Toyama. Koimari Shuzo was founded in 1909 and their Koimari Saki range of sakes have since won many international sake awards.¬†