Mukai Shuzo Ine Mankai Junmai Genshu Saké
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Region: Kyoto, Japan
Rice varieties: Murasaki Komachi (red rice), Kyo no Kagayaki
Mukai Shuzo Ine Mankai Junmai Genshu Saké is partly made with an ancient rice variety, which gives its red color and aroma to the sake.
Song: Wasurechau Hitotoki by Fishmans
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About Mukai Shuzo Ine Mankai Junmai Genshu Saké
Mukai Shuzo Ine Mankai Junmai Genshu Saké is partly made with an ancient rice variety, which gives its red color to the sake, as well as a distinctive olive/pomegranate taste and aroma. The balance of sweetness and acidity make it a perfect aperitif, but also a good match with smoked food, vegetable dishes, desserts, and cheese.”
Lovely in color, pale rose red. Pure fruited with lovely acidity. Floral notes mingle with light cherry, and an earthy, nutty, bready finish.
About Mukai Shuzo
Located in the picturesque seaside village of Ine, with the brewery situated right on the water’s edge, Mukai Shuzō’s production is entirely junmaishu. The brewing is headed by Mukai Kuniko, one of Japan’s first female tōji, and one of the most creative altogether. Her ability to envision taste and her incredible technical prowess means that she can construct sake flavors that are stunning and groundbreaking. She is a virtuoso at using innovative methods to produce extremely unusual flavors that expand the horizons of sake’s taste range.