SAKURAMASAMUNE
Yakimare Ki-ippon
Yakimare Ki-ippon
Sake Type (designation) Junmai
Rice Yamadanishiki (from Hyogo)
Rice Polishing Ratio 70%
Alcohol Content (by volume) 15.5%
Sake Mater Value +2.0
Acidity 1.50
sweet
middle
medium dry
dry
5C
(41F)
10C
(50F)
15C
(59F)
20C
(68F)
35C
(95F)
40C
(104F)
45C
(113F)
50C
(122F)
@@"Yakimare Ki-ippon" is junmai-shu (Ki-ippon refers to junmaishu brewed at only one brewery) and brewed with only Yamadanishiki (from Hyogo) which is one of the best types of rice for brewing sake. This sake has a mild flavor from Yamadanishiki and a clear aftertaste.
@@In the Edo period, a good sake of Sakuramasamune was marked with a letter of "H" ("ma-re", it means "rare") on the straw package of the cask by a hot iron. So sake drinkers called the good sake as "Yakimare". We hope you can enjoy this sake bearing the name of "Yakimare" and make it your favorite one.

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