|Kind of sake||Junmai Daiginjo|
Hard to get, very expensive. The producer, Daishichi using "free run drops" without pressing - called kimoto method. People guessing, this is the "second" or "un-perfect" product from her sister, Myouka Rangyoku. If the producer can't get the perfect sake, it is named Houreki Daishichi. However, the taste is still unbelievable
Fruity aroma, layered and hard to figure out what is the aroma. Maybe melon, apple, or peach. Gentle sweet sour accent and boast an exquisite of the sake. It is close to flawless, complex, but clean flavor. Creamy perfume may appeared. Some crisp fruit and deep flavor profile. Well balanced, but rich. Long finish.
The best temperature
Chilled is the best. Room temperature is acceptable.
As dessert. Well pairing with chocolate, creme brulee, light taste dessert. Green tea cake, red bean cake. Good also as aperitif.
About the brewer
Baloon glass or bordeaux glass to exploit the aroma and taste.
Twice winner gold medals in National New Sake Tasting Competition.