This is a top-class food sake that maintains the softness typical of Fushimi's famous sake, while maintaining a high level of balance between complex aromas and flavors through long-term aging in jars.
Tsuki no Katsura 1992/2012 with ripe and warm
|熟成年数||over 10 years|
- アルコール度数：17 degrees
There is a description of aged sake in the Edo period ``Honchochokan''. Based on this, we assemble two types of sake that have been aged for a long period of time using porcelain jars fired at high temperatures to create an original sake with complexity.
The sake is polished using soft water from Kyoto, and the far-infrared effect of the jar creates a mellower and smoother drink.
Pour into a large glass, let the aroma accumulate in the bowl, and enjoy slowly. Alternatively, sip it at room temperature or lukewarm in a flat cup (open-mouthed cup) to incorporate air and enjoy a richer aroma. Both are recommended.
* Since jars are used for storage and the conditions vary depending on the jar, there are individual differences even within the same vintage.
種別 アッサンブラージュ 精米歩合 － 使用酵母 － 原材料 Rice (domestic), rice malt (domestic) 原料米 － 原料米の生産地 － 杜氏 － アッサンブラージュ Yes (1992 and 2012)
(Mature and Warm Bar Master / Toki SAKE Association Executive Director)
A fragrance that suits the word "Taoyaka". The aroma is not burnt, but rather fragrant.
The harmony is wonderful, and the flavor gradually spreads.
It has all the so-called "five tastes" well, and if you look for the taste, you can find any number of them.
There is a bit of astringency at the end, so it is good warm. I want to enjoy it warmly and warmly in a spacious bowl like a flat sake cup.
A gentle approach, but a drink that makes you say, “It’s delicious!”
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