Yuzu Omoi "Yuzu Dream"
Okay folks! Every once in a while it’s fun to try a different type of sake and this is it. Basically this is a Tokubetsu Junmai sake with all-natural Yuzu (a Japanese citrus that is sort of lemony-orange) juice added to it. It is low in alcohol 7% and is considered to be sweet. The nose is obviously very citrusy and the first sip – after you smile – says that this is not a silly sake but a very flavorful drinking experience. There is an abundance of fat and chewy (but not goopy) citrus flavors that are balanced by a firm acidity all on a smooth and expansive flow. It is sweet, but not overtly so. This is not a cheap infused sake that you see out on the market with apple and lychee fake flavors, rather this a quality sake with quality Yuzu added for an amazingly bright and fun mouth party.
Yamamoto Honke Co.
One Word to Describe This Sake Brew
Desert foods, fruit salads, after dinner drink, apritif
WINE: Sweet wines;
BEER: Citrus pale ales;
(No sulfites, no preservatives)
(amount of rice left after milling): 60%
Sake Meter Value
-70 (the lower the sweeter, the higher the drier)
Sweet or Dry
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