Today, too, I’m a dusty person drinking. The other day I went to Toyama on business. It was a one-day trip, but I ate a lot of food.
- Manjusen Junmaiginjyo
- Manjusen Taste Evaluation
- Today’s snack
Since I was driving around the prefecture, I didn’t get to drink any sake, but I saw a lot of Manjusen in various places. I was really curious about it when I got back to Tokyo, so I bought it at a liquor store that I went into on a whim as usual and found it there.
Why don’t you drink it in Toyama?
I guess it’ s not sold in Toyama. I wonder if it is a collaboration with Kagataya, a liquor store I often go to.
Old caps, right? Don’t cut your hand.
Open the bottle.
The aroma is exquisite with moderate ginjo aroma and acidity.
Gulp it down!
National ranking 85th
Toyama Prefecture Ranking 3rd
This sexy ripe sake is made by slowly maturing it in a refrigerator over a long period of time and letting it sit just like a fruit to bring out its sweetness. The slightly ripe, sexy, and glamorous taste is charged up in the summer, when the body craves sugar. The mellow flavor that can only be achieved by maturing sake is a taste that we have been able to savor while regretting the passing of summer.
Manjusen Taste Evaluation
It is a mellow sake. The aroma is not too strong, but just the right amount. It may be my favorite flavor for the first time in a long time. Serve it cold by itself. It seems to be sweeter at room temperature or higher. It seems to go well with strong flavors such as miso and meat rather than light flavors. It tastes a little complex when you finish it, but not so much that it bothers you. With nabe (hot pot), you can drink it forever and never get tired of the taste.
I served it with sesame paste of green beans and broccoli from Seven. It was a good companion for sipping and chibichibi. It was another good day.
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