The rice used for this Daiginjo is 100% Yamada Nishiki from Itoshima in Fukuoka Prefecture, polished down to 35%. This is a sake with a rich taste and a fruity, mellow aroma that is the result of the chief brewer's dedication.
CHOTOKUSEN DAIGINJO GENSHU
Made from Yamada Nishiki polished to 35%, this sake is a true work of art. It is a very drinkable sake although it is a genshu with an alcohol content of 17°. It has a slightly subdued aroma and a refreshing taste with the SMV +5, making it a perfect match for white fish sashimi and sushi.
JUNMAI DAIGINJO 50
The rice used for this sake is 100% Yamada Nishiki from Itoshima in Fukuoka Prefecture, polished to 50%. It is a Junmai Daiginjo sake with a gorgeous aroma and a well-balanced fruity taste.
Yamada Nishiki from Itoshima in Fukuoka Prefecture was polished to 50%. You can feel a fruity, melon-like umami taste on the palate. It has a dry taste with a touch of acidity and a well-balanced sweetness that leaves a refreshing aftertaste. It is a daiginjo-shu with a slight ginjo aroma and a lingering fragrance that disappears quickly in the mouth.
HAKATA NO MORI BLACK
Made from 100% Yamada-Nishiki from Itoshima, Fukuoka. You can enjoy the ginjo aroma that spreads slowly in the mouth, and the mellow sweetness and deliciousness of the rice. This Junmai Ginjo sake is crisp, gentle, clean and elegant.
Made from 58% polished rice and pressed in a wooden tank, the sake comes out of the funakuchi is soft and mellow. The freshly squeezed ginjo-shu is then stored raw and bottled. Enjoy the fruity aroma and crisp taste.
HAKATA NO MORI
Hakata no Mori is a crisp and super dry junmai, brewed slowly with a yeast from Kumamoto, the first class Yamada Nishiki from the Itoshima district in Fukuoka, and fresh river-bed water from Sangun Mountain.
The concept is a focus on the local Fukuoka area. This handmade sake is carefully brewed in Umi-machi using rice grown in Itoshima and subterranean water from the Sangun mountain range. The flavor of "Yamada Nishiki", a sake brewing rice produced in Itoshima, is slowly brought out at a low temperature. It is a mellow junmai sake with a soft mouthfeel, full of flavour, and just the right amount of sharpness.
A sour junmai sake that is delicious served cold or hot. As well as warming you up, heating up the sake gives it more depth of flavour and enhances the flavours of the food.
The taste is full, yet gentle, with a clear aroma.
A light, aromatic and refreshing sake with a full, natural flavour. This sake is made under constant control of the sake tasting.
This sake has a gorgeous, sweet aroma and a rough but elegant mouthfeel. Without the addition of sugar, we have brought out the sweetness and taste of the rice.
It has a smooth and crisp taste. It can be served cold, warmed or room temperature.