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Akashi Tai - Daiginjo Genshu

Akashi Tai - Daiginjo Genshu

72cl Bottle £39.58
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  • ABV17%
  • Rice TypeYamada Nishiki
  • VintageNV

The Daiginjo Akashi-tai is made using Yamada Nishiki rice grown in Hyogo Prefecture.

A brew master watches over the koji for 72 hours - without sleeping - to ensure the absolute finest of sakes.

A fruity fragrance can be detected amid the full-bodied flavour.

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1 Comment

Wakana Omija 2009-03-29 17:17:31

'Delicate, smooth and fragrant, this smells of white flowers and melons, and tastes a little bit of star fruit. It may be expensive but will keep opened in the fridge for up to a month, and confound the expectations of anyone accustomed to lamp-oil sake.' --- by Victoria Moore / The Guardian, Saturday 10 May 2008 Akashi-Tai recommend pairing this with sea bream, scallops, melon, prosciutto and lamb.