Ginjo

Classification name for sake made from rice milled down to at least 60% of it’s original size as well as water, yeast, koji and the addition of some distilled brewers alcohol. Ginjo is considered a premium sake. Also called “Ginjo-shu” (吟醸酒). The “shu” suffix means ‘alcohol’ in Japanese.
See all Ginjo Sakes in the Urban Sake Directory.

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