Posts Tagged ‘美食酒’

Shizuoka Sake Tasting 22-1: Negami-Kinmei Brewery

November 13, 2007

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Fukakusen Junmai Daiginjo by negami Brewery in Gotenba City was the third bottle tasted by the Hamamatsu Geeks on November 2nd.

Fukakusen Junmai DaiGinjo
Rice milled down to 45%
Alcohol: 16 degrees (genshu)
Bottled in September 2007

Clarity: very clear

Colour: almost transparent

Aroma: Strong, fruity, ricey

Body: velvety

Taste: Junmai tingle, fruity, complex, bananas. Bitter Chocolate. Lingers on.

Overall: A great sake for great food.
Should be appreciated at a well-thought meal.
Very popular with gentlemen at tasting party.

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Shizuoka Sake Tasting 3-3: Doi Brewery

November 13, 2007

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Kaiun Ha Junmai Ginjo by Doi Brewery, Kakegawa City, wasthe second brew tasted by the Hamamatsu Geeks on November 2nd:

Kaiun Ha Junmai Ginjo
Rice: Yamada Nishiki 100% (Hyogo Prefecture)
Rice milled down to 40%
Dryness: 6.0
Acidity: 1.3
Limited edition: 600 bottles
Bottled in May 2007

Clarity: very clear

Colour: almost transparent

Aroma: Light, fruity

Body: soft. Velvety to fluid

Taste: Delicate, fruity. elegant. Almonds/Bitter chocolate

Overall: Very elgant and discreet. Complex. Suited for ladies especially.

Shizuoka Sake Tasting 6-5: Oomuraya Brewery

November 13, 2007

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“Umaikena” Daiginjo by Oomuraya/Wakatake brewery, Shimada City, was the firts bottle tasted on November 2nd.

Umaikena Daiginjo

Rice: Yamada Nishiki
Rice milled down to 40%
Dryness: 1.4
Acidity: 1.2
Amino acids: 1.0
Shizuoka Yeast
Bottled in October 2007

Clarity: very clear

Colour: almost transparent
Aroma: Light, fruity, complex

Body: Velvety

Taste: Complex, buts soft and light. Fruity. Bananas.

Overall: Typical Shizuoka Sake. Elegant. Tends to change with food.
Ladies at the tasting session particularly liked it