This unpasteurized stunner has a hint of dryness on the finish that pairs beautifully with an array of different cuisines. Made from yeast cultivated from sunflowers, there are so many interesting and unusual flavors and aromas in this little cup! Lots of grassy, herbal notes - sunflower, of course - with a hint of anise and a small touch of sweetness. If you're looking for something different and unique, this is the cup for you!
Junmai Ginjo Namazake
About the producer
Mt. Amabuki is located in the northeast of our brewery. For its magnificent appearance, we were named after the mountain.
Amabuki Shuzo has been producing sake for 300 years, and its brewers, who have inherited skills accumulated during its long history, are earnestly making an effort to produce good sake using sake-brewing rice harvested in the fertile Saga Plain, mild river-bed water from the Sefuri-Tensan areas, and new flower yeast.