Ugonotsuki Junmai Daiginjo Hattan Hiyaoroshi 720ml/1800ml
[Moon after the rain Junmai Daiginjo Hattan Hiyaoroshi]
High-level hiyaoroshi, a popular brand
Hiyaoroshi is brewed with Hattan, Hiroshima Prefecture's best rice for sake brewing, and aged over the course of a summer.
Refreshing ginjo incense.
It has an elegant depth of umami and a well-balanced taste with a sharp aftertaste.
We also recommend comparing it with the simultaneous release of "Moon After the Rain Junmai Daiginjo Senbon Nishiki Hiyaoroshi" !
○ From Aihara Sake Brewery official website
・Foundation and progress
Founded in 1875. By 1875, it had 1,700 koku, making it one of the top three koku breweries in the prefecture.
A major change occurred in 1988 when Junichiro Aihara became the company's representative.
I want to make delicious sake that I can drink myself, and I am thoroughly committed to "quality first".
・Origin of "moon after the rain"
The brewery's representative sake, "Moon after the Rain," was named by the second generation, Itaru Aihara, after the short story titled "Nature and Life," an essay by novelist Roka Tokutomi, published in 1900.
"In the sky after the rain, the shining moon shines brightly." This is the name that brewers always aim for to brew clear and beautiful sake.
◆ Spec Category: Japanese Sake (Junmai Daiginjo Sake)
Ingredients: Rice (domestic), rice malt (domestic rice)
Rice used: 79% Hattan No. 35, 20% Yamada Nishiki
Rice polishing ratio: 50% Month after rain Sake content: +0.5
Alcohol content: 16 degrees Storage method: Refrigerate if possible Manufacturer: Aihara Sake Brewery (Hiroshima Prefecture)