Ozeki Karatanba Sake: "Dry Wave"
The nose on this Honjozo sake is a rich collection of caramel, cocoa, earthtone, and maple syrup elements. And guess what? It drinks that way too! Rich, dry and smooth look for your sweet rice, caramel, and mild maple syrup licks on a velvety fluid flow. Smooth personified the beauty in this rich and savory beast is that it should drink sweet, but it doesn’t! This is the rich side of sake that drinks more soft than heavy and take note of the very solid finish. Out of stock? You might also like this “big” Junmai Ginjo that has great glass presence: Chiyomusubi "Goriki"
One Word to Describe This Sake Brew
Off the grill and fried food specialist like Buffalo wings (spicey things), Salted grilled salmon
WINE: Pinot Noir/Fat dry whites
BEER: Creamy ales;
RICE: Yamadanishiki (No sulfites, no preservatives)
(amount of rice left after milling): 60%
Sake Meter Value
+7 (the lower the sweeter, the higher the drier)
Sweet or Dry
Chilled, Room Temperature, Warm, Hot
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Love a dry sake. Not as earthy as I like, but those sakes seem not to sell well. I enjoyed sipping while making okinomoyaki.
Excellent dry Sake'
Molt bo menjant. El prefereixo fred, molt fred.
Dry Wave has become my "go to sake".
It is not for cooking, it is for sipping, especially while cooking or simply sitting alone.
I had a stroke recently and because I live alone I obviously spend most of my time alone and creature comforts are very important to me. That is one of the reasons I started drinking and collecting sake.
I have never purchased anything bad from Sake Social and "Dry Wave" is beyond description, I recommend to everyone.
I think "Dry Wave" will become one of my "go to" sakes. It is crisp, clean, has multiple taste patterns, is easily paired with many foods. I prefer it cold but it does well warm. It is an excellent choice.