Kurosawa Junmai Kimoto

Kurosawa Junmai Kimoto

Prefecture Nagano
Brewery Kurosawa Brewery
SMV +2.0
Classification Junmai, Kimoto
Alcohol 15.5%
Acidity 1.5
Urban Sake Tasting Note:

Made using the Kimoto method and a bit on the dry side, this sake is very approachable and flexible. Quite good chilled, but it really blossoms at room temperature or gently warmed which brings out more richness on the palate.

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Tasting Notes

  1. LaMonte Heflick

    :

    This is a very good, solid, inexpensive kimoto Junmai with an earthy, nutty,
    full-flavor. Best at room temperature.
    Brewed in Nagano, I recommend that you keep an isshobin (1.8 liter bottle) on hand in the refrigerator. Be sure to buy it fresh (well within a year of the shipping date printed on the label). I think it is one of the best “inexpensive” Nihonshu available in the USA. Forget all the domestic (California) brewed Ozeki, Gekkeikan, etc. go the extra $10. In the west, shop TrueSake.com. In the east, shop Sakayanyc.com. 乾杯.
    LaMonte, CSP, ASP (a humble sake drinker)

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Product Description

Made using the Kimoto method and a bit on the dry side, this sake is very approachable and flexible. Quite good chilled, but it really blossoms at room temperature or gently warmed which brings out more richness on the palate.

Additional Information

Acidity

1.5

Brewery

Kurosawa Brewery

Alcohol

15.5%

Classification

Junmai, Kimoto

Prefecture

Nagano

SMV

+2.0

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