Ugonotsuki dry pure rice 1800ml
[moon after rain dry pure rice]
A crisp, dry sake that draws out the flavor of rice
It has a faint ginjo incense, a clean and clear mouthfeel, yet you can still feel the umami of rice, and the impression is that it is dry with a good balance of umami and exquisite acidity.
It is the best sake that you can enjoy with a wide range of temperatures, from cold to warm, without getting tired of drinking it.
○ 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 brightly shining moon shines brightly around." It is the name that brewers always aim for to brew such a clear and beautiful sake.
Category: Sake ( junmaishu )
Ingredients: Rice ( domestic ) , rice malt ( domestic )
Rice polishing ratio: Koji : 60% , Kake : 65%
Sake degree: +6
Alcohol content: 16 degrees
Storage method: cool and dark place
Manufacturer: Aihara Sake Brewery ( Hiroshima Prefecture )