59 Takachiyo Red Yeast Junmai Nigori
Red sake, you do say?! This unpasteurized sake is completely natural in how it derives its fizz, color, and taste. It is the most fun sake we have to offer. The red yeast used ....This sake is muroka, which means it has not been filtered with charcoal. As a result there is a small amount of rice lees, which makes the sake slightly cloudy. This is completely natural and doesn’t affect the quality of the sake in any way. To ensure freshness please keep this bottle refrigerated. It is recommended that this sake be consumed sooner than later, while it is fresh, especially after opening the bottle.
One Word to Describe This Sake Brew
Mexican food, Thai cuisine, shoft cheese
WINE: champagne, crisp whites
RICE: Ipponjime; WATER: Melted Snow
(No sulfites, no preservatives)
(amount of rice left after milling): 65%
Sake Meter Value
Sake Meter Value (the lower the sweeter, the higher the drier): n/a
Sweet or Dry
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Customer ReviewsWrite a review
I prefer Nigori, so I was excited to try this one. We got a bottle each of this and the Junmai and we all loved them both. This Nigori was quite pleasant and smooth; would definitely buy again.