Speaking of “THE”, remember our original sake of the same name with Junmai sake, not Daiginjo?
If you don’t know it, you can find it in our past articles, please jump to the link if you want to see it.
Now we have a new product on the catalog, Daiginjo “THE”!
What is the difference between Daiginjo and Junmai-shu? If you’ve ever wondered…
Please take a look at our past articles for more details!
To put it simply, sake is called differently depending on the degree of rice grinding
Daiginjo refers to sake with the most rice removed. (It is called Daiginjo from 50% or more.)
This sake is polished to 40%. The rice used for this sake is also carefully selected rice suitable for sake brewing.
Because more rice is polished, the sake has a less cloying taste, a mellow aroma, and a clean, refreshing taste.
It can be served as an aperitif, but is also popular as a mid-meal drink.
It is also popular as an aperitif, but it can also be served cold with light snacks for a happy moment.
The label has a luxurious black base with a background of Gunma Prefecture’s specialties, Daruma, and Tengu.
It will be an eye-catching item in any bar or restaurant.
This sake is also recommended as a gift.
Each bottle of sake is handmade using water and yeast from Gunma Prefecture, and is loved by the locals.
Daiginjo THE will make you want to get to know Gunma Prefecture, which has a long history and a lot of delicious food.
・Finally about us
There are many unique and rare sake like Daiginjo ”THE”. You can give it a try! If there is any Japanese sake you would like to carry in your store, please feel free to contact us! https://www.musubi-jp.com/blog/contact/
We also have EC store. You can purchase our original sake at SAKURA TOWN (https://sake-kampai.com/)
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