Wakatake Onigoroshi "Demon Slayer"

  • Wakatake Onigoroshi "Demon Slayer"

Wakatake Onigoroshi "Demon Slayer"

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Description: This Ginjo has a sprightly filled nose of veggies and watermelon hints. The first sip feels strong, but is greeted with a gentle and smooth follow up of subtle green apple and mineral flavors. The thickness is quite noticeable and makes for a nice chewy experience ending in long dry legs down the back of the throat. The mouth speed is quite slow and this is made all the more enjoyable by an abundance of fruit tones and sincere dryness. A very solid starter Ginjo for beginners and a friend to the well versed.

One word to describe this sake brew: Dry

Food Pairings: Sushi & Sashimi, Grilled Fish, Light Pasta, Shellfish, Grilled Meats, BBQ & Skewers, Fried or Salty Dishes, Salads, Grilled and Steamed Veggies, Fruit Salad, Tofu and Soba, Turkey, Ham and Game, Hamburgers, Pizza, Sandwiches, Fruit (Parfaits, Pies)

Taste profile: WINE: Big and bold reds/fat and fruity whites; BEER: Ales and Pilsners
Brewery: Oomuraya Shuzou
Sake Type: Junmai Ginjo
Bottle Size: 720ml
Founded: 1832
Prefecture: Shizuoka
Toji (Master Brewer): Sugawara
Ingredients: Ricetype: Hitomebore; Water: On-site well water; Yeast: Shizuoka New-5; No sulfites, no preservatives.
Seimaibuai (amount of rice left after milling): 55%
Alcohol Content: 15.50%
Sake Meter Value (the lower the sweeter, the higher the drier): +3
Sweet or dry: Semi-dry
Body: Full
Acidity: 1.5
Amino acids: 1.2
Serving temp: Chilled