I bought a bottle of RED to compare it with my last bottle of Kangiku WHITE.
As usual, I am weak against the word “limited edition. I’m still a sucker for the word “limited edition. Red Chrysanthemum Love Last time, the catchphrase was like the title of a song.
Love of a fiery chrysanthemum
Unfiltered, orikarami, and unblended sake. Too much information.
what is an origami?
Origarami means that after the top tank, there are still fine rice grains, noodles, and other solids remaining, making it thin and cloudy, and these solids are called “tailings,” and the process of settling the tailings in the storage tank is called “tailing. The product with a little bit of the tailings mixed in is called “Origarami Garaumi”. It produces a slightly mellow aroma.
Gas Caution This caution is expected every time. Sparkling will be out of control from the start. The charcoal gas power is about 2.5 times stronger than that of a sparkling, which makes you nervous when you open the bottle. However, this type, which is not sparkling, does not make you nervous when you open it, but you can look forward to seeing how much carbonation it produces after opening.
It is a screw cap.
The logo. Opening the bottle
White gas drifting inside the bottle after opening. Sweet ginjo aroma.
This is a schwiff. Gubito.
The carbonation is amazing, the most carbonation I’ve ever had (excluding sparkling), and you can even see it in the boar’s mouth. Sweet lactic acid. Lactic acid cider. Not too sweet, but delicious. An aperitif, perhaps. kun-shu. I didn’t know that natural carbonation is so strong. You could call it a juice. It is like nectar with carbonation. It is better to drink it with this rather than with a meal.
Canned chicken liver today
The flavor was a little too strong, so it was a little bit of a failure. I think dry sake would go well with this.
It was another good day.
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