This has always been a favourite sake for me when I want a subtle but very pure expression to match some sashimi. The AMANOTO Junmai Gingo from Akita Prefecture in the snowy north of Japan is clean and complex, slightly fruity with citrus notes on the fine finish.
Established in 1917, the Amanoto brewery takes its name from an old poem. The name means Heavens Door and is reflected on the label with the Magatama, a stone used as a necklace in the poem. This clean, delicious sake has had no additives or alcohol with rice polished to at least 60 percent of its original size. It has been made with Miyamanishiki rice grown in Akita polished to 55%. Such a fine sake always deserves a fine vessel. I bought this lovely, very delicate small volume sake decanter and fine drinking glass on a recent trip to Japan. They look deceptively larger in the pic but are quite small and the decanter can fit in the palm of my hand and is incredibly light. It’s the perfect 1-2 person delivery vessel of fine sake #sakelover #finesake #junmaiginjo #akitaprefecture #japanesesake #lovesake #sakeporn #sakegram #sakekampai
Here we go with all the ammunition set for our 1st Sake social,one of its own kind first time across India. Come be a part of this wonderful evening paired with tempting canapes on 28/07/18 at Kofuku.
Est-ce que ça compte comme une portion de fruit dans le Défi 5/30 si c'est des fruits de mer !? 🤔😅
Sake, sake, sake! Who will be crowned sake samurai at today's brunch? 👊🍸
Release the stress and end the week right at Soru Izakaya BGC with beats from @djadrianlegarda
🍻 See you there! 👌
When you actually do not know what your doing.... #sakebomb
Sake Level One coming August 7th - sign up now before we sell out! Register online at https://sgws.groopzoom.com/tickets/event/sake-level-one/?origin=Instagram