Japanese Sake Selection
Ginjo Sake Light & Refreshing
Ginjo labels often possess fruity and floral flavor nuances, and tend to be light and refreshing on the palate. To receive the ginjo designation a sake must use rice that has been milled down to 60% of its original weight prior to streaming, but in practice many have a polishing ratio of 50%.
Daiginjo Sake Subtlety & Finesse
Daiginjo sakes take the rice polishing ratio down to 50% or less. They are made in smaller quantities, and rely more on traditional methods. Flavor and aroma profiles tend to be fuller than with ginjos, and exceptional labels display both complexity and finesse.
Junmai Sake Pure Rice Goodness
Junmai sakes possess a robust rice flavor and can be enjoyed either warm or cold.
They range from dry and sharp to soft and rounded , and much attention is paid to their balance and structure. Many people prefer junmai labels to more expensive sakes because of their easy drinkability.
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