I have recently become interested in sparkling. I thought I would try a variety of sparkling sparkling products. This time, I happened to be in the Ginza area on business, so I went to Hasegawa liquor store. As is the case with sparkling wine, all liquor stores have a small selection of sparkling wine, so there is not much room for choice, and the prices are rather expensive…
- Kid Junmai Daiginjo Sparkling
- pizza making
- Ingredient details
- The Role of Sparkling Wine in Japan
- Taste Evaluation
- official web
Kid Junmai Daiginjo Sparkling
I’ve recently started cooking a little bit under the influence of a friend, so I’m making pizza at the same time.
Daiginjo Namaisake There is no such a detailed classification of sparkling wine, but we would like to continue to examine whether there is any difference between Namaisake, Daiginjo and other sparkling wines.I like it. Sake is spreading its flag to the world.
Oh, a safety belt.
Sitting on it.
If you don’t drive slowly and safely, it will explode.
The atmosphere is stylish. Can we call it sake? No, this is New World.
The Role of Sparkling Wine in Japan
In recent years, in order to promote sake around the world, Japan has taken a cue from sparkling wine and added carbonation to make it easier to drink and more accessible to foreigners.
Most sparkling sake is fermented in the bottle and is made to look sparkling by using natural carbon dioxide gas.
As for sparkling, we will continue to drink it, so keep an eye out.
It is also a good match for western cuisine.
In parallel, the pizza is also good. Original bean sprout Korean style cheese pizza.
Korean Style Pizza Recipe
Ingredients (2 servings)
4 cloves grated garlic
2 1/2 tablespoons gochujang (red pepper paste)
2 tablespoons soy sauce
3 tablespoons oligosaccharide (honey or sugar can be substituted)
1 teaspoon curry powder
1/4 of a grated onion (finely chopped into small pieces is OK)
1 tablespoon oyster sauce
1 tsp. hot chili pepper (can be left out if you don’t like spicy food)
4 sprinkles salt and pepper
2 tablespoons white wine (substitute plum wine or apple juice)
2 chicken thighs, cut into bite-sized pieces
150 g cabbage (torn by hand into bite-size pieces)
1/2 onion, thinly sliced
1 potato, peeled and sliced into rounds
1 green onion, sliced diagonally
Pizza cheese, to taste
Sesame seeds, to taste
Finally, preheat to add heat to the vegetables of your choice.
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Comment A :
Fruity with a fine carbonation. It’s very refreshing with a sour and bitter taste.It’s easy to drink, but it’s not very much and it finishes quickly .The gasiness was milder than I expected, so it could have been more carbonated .That was delicious! Thank you for the food .
Comment B :
If it’s bubbles, I like to enjoy them even before drinking. It is blissful to watch multiple bands of fine bubbles rising in the air. Well, then, champagne is fine, but I would be happy to enjoy sake as well. But unfortunately, I can’t enjoy it as much as I would like, perhaps because of the liquid component or the presence or absence of the tailings.
It is delicious. But a little more.
It is less sweet and somewhat cloying, but has a tartness similar to yogurt that makes it easy to drink. Sparkling wine has a kind of astringency of grapes in the sweetness that makes it hard to get tired of it, but it has a strong sweet component, which is one of the good things about sake, so it is probably best to have a glass or so as an aperitif. It is not meant to be drunk in large gulps.
I was in a good mood by the time I got going and finished it all by myself. Still, the sweetness and weak carbonation make the drink refreshing to drink through, and it has a delicious flavor that is different from wine sparkling. The yogurt and amazake seemed like a hidden flavor breeze.
The pizza was also delicious, so it was a happy day.
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