Take a break once in a while , Eisen←#4
Today, we had a family dinner. I went my parents home early because my father bought a bottle of saki that my parents happened to be told was good saki at the Bandaiyama brewery.
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“The limpid water gushing from the foot of Bandai West Mountain, designated as one of the 100 best waters in Japan, is directly reflected in the softness and smoothness of the saki.” Excerpt from Japan prestigious liquor party.
It has an aroma reminiscent of melon and a clean, yet mellow and soft mouthfeel.
Not in that way…
I don’t really get this analogy every time.
In my opinion, it’s not a melon, but a ginjo-shu, similar to Kubota.
It was chilled in the refrigerator, and the temperature that day was probably between 20 and 24 degrees Celsius.
The first bite has a refreshing aroma that is unique to ginjo-shu, and the second bite has a refreshing sensation that is easy to drink. The third bite has a mellow taste. By the fourth bite, you are drunk and fluffy.
Probably because the temperature of the saki rises a little more than when it was taken out of the refrigerator.
It seems that the mellowness has come out.
It is ideal for sashimi, japanese simmered food, and other light dishes.
Half of the bottle will be empty before you know it. I’ve had it somewhere before. Delicious saki. I ended up drinking it all with my parents.
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