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Ipponzuri – Daiginjo

$57.55

Ipponzuri Daiginjo has received multiple gold medals at the New Sake National award and is produced in a very limited quantity.
The brewer masters are using a specific technique to produce this sake called Fukuro tsuri shizuku zake, which literally means “bag hanging drop sake”, giving it a rich aroma.
It is a high-class sake that will pair perfectly with seafood, such as Katsuo no tataki. Serve it chilled.
What does Ipponzuri mean?

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Please drink in moderation. Do not consume alcohol if you are pregnant.

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SMV & Acidity level

Classification

Flavor

How to preserve

8 – 10℃

Refrigerator is the best place to store.
(If not, a place that gets as cold as possible.)

When you drink

Extra cold (about 5℃)

Cold (about 10℃)

Chill (about 15℃)

Food pairings

SASHIMI
SUSHI
DEEP FRIED CHICKEN

Product Specifications
Type Sake Category Daiginjo
Rice Yamada Nishiki SMV +5
Rice polishing ratio 40% Acidity 1.4
Amino Acid Alc. by Vol. 17-18%
Brewery Nishioka brewery Prefecture Kochi, Japan
Size 720ml Format Glass bottle
NISHIOKA SHUZO – 西岡酒造
nishioka-brewery
Nishioka brewery is located in the small town of Nakatosa in Kochi Prefecture and was founded in 1781… Read more»

Address: 6154, Kure, Nakatosa-cho, Takaoka-gun, Kochi  789-1301

Nishioka’s sakes

Weight 2 kg