Ninki-ichi TaruJunmai Ginjo
“Taru-zake” is stored in the Japanese cedar barrels which were the traditional method for storing and transporting sake. The aroma is reminiscent of the fragrant cedar mountain forest in Japan and the flavor is smooth yet spicy finishing with a mild aftertaste. A must taste for the true sake connoisseur and a pleasant surprise for the first time drinker.
This junmai ginjo sake also brewed in Taru. This double taru combination is rare in modern world.
Produced by Ninki Brewery
To make real, proper sake, no effort can be spared. We take are time and do not cut corners. We use wooden tools,a traditional Japanese steaming cauldron, trays for koji-kaking, and respect the traditional craftsmanship of the tools by not using more efficient versions.
Name: Ninki-ichi Taru
Class: Junmai Ginjo
Rice-Polishing Ratio: 60%
SMV: +2 (medium dry)
Brewery Location: Nihonmatsu, Fukushima Japan
Serving Suggestions: chilled, normal, luke warm
Food Pairings: Grilled chicken & fish, deep-fried food, steamed vegetables or spicy cuisine.
Tasting Notes: Japanese traditional Taru (ceder barrel) is used to infuse this junmai ginjo sake also brewed in Taru. This double taru combination is rare in modern world.