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I tasted that particular brew by Yoshiya Brewery in Shizuoka City whan I ordered with my lunch at Ekimae Matsuno Sushi last Sunday!
Yoshiya Brewery: Chuumasa Junmai Ginjo
Alcohol: 15~16 degrees
Bottled: April 2008
Clarity: Very clear
Aroma: Dry, light and fruity: Pineapple
Taste: Short tail. Junmai tingle. Complex. Fruity: Pineapple, almonds, coffee beans.
Turns drier with food with a strong comeback by coffee beans and almonds.
Overall: A “Shizuoka Type” Sake.
Very pleasant and easy to drink.
Great with sushi and sashimi.
Strong character preserved all way through.