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Thisa is the third bottle sampled by the Hamamatsu geeks on September 14th:
A group of sake lovers in Susono City (eastern part of Shizuoka Prefecture) asked Hana no Mai Brewery in Hamamatsu City to brew a limited junmai shiboritate genshu exclusively made with rice grown in and around Susono City and water collected from Mount Fuji.
Rice: goyakumangoku milled down to 55%
Bottled on November 2nd, 2006
Clarity: very clear
Colour: almost transparent
Aroma: Fruity, bananas, plums
Taste: complex but light. Fruity. Bananas. Welcome tingle. On second drink bitter chocolate will appear.
Overall: Easy to drink. A sake fit for light food. Recommended for ladies and beginners
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